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The Bermondsey & Old Southwark parliamentary constituency is to be a target Labour seat at the General Election.
Martyn Craddock has been appointed chief executive of Southwark's United St Saviourís Charity.
RNLI lifeboat crews based at Waterloo Bridge have carried out two dramatic rescues on the River Thames during the weekend.
A new landmark called The Shared has been unveiled in Bermondsey.
In a surprise announcement on Thursday the Southbank Centre said that an agreement had been reached securing the Queen Elizabeth Hall undercroft as the long-term home of skateboarding.
Plans for a refurbishment and conversion of 14-storey Westminster Tower have been approved by Lambeth Council.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has officially opened the News Building at London Bridge.
Southwark Council has indicated its willingness to release land in Weston Street for housing.
The New Year's Eve fireworks display on the River Thames is to be a ticket event.
The London Eye will be turning red on Tuesday evening to mark Coca-Cola becoming the new sponsor.
Tate Modern has retained its position as the world's most visited gallery of modern and contemporary art.
First Capital Connect, whose Bedford to Brighton trains have run through Blackfriars Station and London Bridge Station, handed its service to Govia at 2am on Sunday morning.
Mandy Ford has been installed as a residentiary canon of Southwark Cathedral.
A steam engine has been in service at Waterloo Station during the weekend.
Thames Water has won planning consent for the proposed 15-mile 'super sewer' tunnel beneath London.