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Plans to open a branch of the Hoxton Hotel in Blackfriars Road have been revealed.
Soldiers from the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment paraded up Borough High Street on Friday afternoon en route to a memorial service at Southwark Cathedral.
One of the last remaining derelict warehouses in North Southwark has been added to the annual 'Heritage at Risk' register published by English Heritage.
Cleaners at Waterloo Station are taking part in a ballot for strike action over claims of 'victimisation' and 'bullying'.
A minicab driver and his passengers had a lucky escape when part of a tree fell across the road in high winds on Tuesday morning.
A former senior civil servant has been appointed as priest-in-charge of St George the Martyr Church in Borough High Street.
Detectives investigating the theft of a painting from the Royal Festival Hall are appealing for information on its whereabouts.
Waterloo-based writer Michael Wolfers died earlier this month aged 76.
Anti-abortion campaigners have held a series of protests outside a GP surgery which is hosting a new clinic run by the British Pregnancy Advice Service.
Several postboxes around Blackfriars Road and Waterloo have been sealed up this week after Royal Mail lost the keys.
A Roman amphora from the 1st century AD, discovered during the construction of the Jubilee line extension at London Bridge, has been conserved by students at a Sussex college.
The accident and emergency department at St Thomas' Hospital will be known simply as the 'emergency department' when a £20 million revamp is completed.
Southwark Council is preparing a new planning policy which will allow the construction of tall buildings along the Old Kent Road and in other parts of the borough where they were previously ruled out.
Southwark Council is planning a new cycle route stretching from St George's Circus in the north to Dulwich in the south.
Visitors to a South Bank park have been urged to report any suspicious behaviour after damage to a number of trees which is believed to have been caused by dogs.