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Ofsted inspectors have published another damning report on Lewisham Southwark College, the further education institution with campuses in Waterloo and Lewisham.
Dozens of aspiring young journalists from south London schools took part in a special pre-election conference at ARK Globe Academy on Wednesday.
Despite flashing signs displayed since last weekend, Westminster Bridge Road failed to close to traffic from midnight on 1 April.
Under the banner #MigrantsContribute, London's Latin American community held an afternoon of stalls, films, talks and activities in Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre last Saturday.
The Roxy Bar & Screen is facing an urgent review of its premises licence after Sunday morning's mass brawl in Borough High Street which left nine people in hospital.
Members of the House of Lords have expressed concern about the impact of proposed high-rise developments on the South Bank on the world heritage status of the Palace of Westminster.
The owners of The Shard have given £5 million to King's College London towards its plan to develop a Science Gallery attraction at Guy's Hospital.
Southwark Council leader Peter John has pledged that residents of Styles House in The Cut will be able to approve any deal with developers regarding their homes and gardens.
A development of 43 social rented homes right next to Tower Bridge received its official opening last week when the first tenants received their keys from the City of London Corporation.
A women in her thirties has been treated for head injuries after she was hit by a falling window from the London Bridge Hospital in Tooley Street.
The community should be "fully consulted" about the future operator of a secondary 'free school' proposed for part of the former Southwark Fire Station, the leader of the council has said.
90 cannabis plants seized by police officers in Bermondsey are to be destroyed.
Ludgate House and Sampson House next to Blackfriars Bridge have been sold by their American owners to a consortium led by Malaysian and Singaporean investors.
Borough High Street and Newcomen Street were cordoned off on Sunday morning as police investigated a large-scale fight which took place in the early hours.
The first two 'New Routemasters' or 'Boris buses' to be introduced on route 12 came into public service on Saturday.