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Patients at the Evelina London Children's Hospital can now enjoy a weekly dose of adventure at a new combined Scout and Guide unit which received its official launch this week.
Council bosses last week visited Elephant & Castle to check on progress with the construction of the new leisure centre and swimming pool.
Roger Hiorns' extraordinary blue crystals artwork - created in a derelict flat in Harper Road - is back on show for the first time in three and a half years.
After years of tension, Southwark Cathedral and local residents are now holding constructive conversations about the future of the former All Hallows Church site in Copperfield Street.
Twenty people were evacuated from a university building in Waterloo when fire broke out in the Franklin-Wilkins Building on Sunday evening.
A local charity which owns three Southwark pubs says it is on the lookout for more hostelries to add to its portfolio.
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota and National Theatre executive director Nick Starr are among the prominent local figures recognised in the Queen's birthday honours list.
A fleet of cargo tricycles offering information and literature to SE1 visitors has returned for the summer season.
Plans have been unveiled for a Thomas Heatherwick-designed pedestrian bridge across the Thames between Victoria Embankment and the South Bank.
Two SE1 buildings have received regional awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The National Theatre has announced that its new production building will be named the Max Rayne Centre in acknowledgement of his contribution to the theatre and a significant gift from the Rayne Foundation.
Detectives are appealing for information and witnesses following a serious aggravated burglary in Waterloo on Friday 17 May.
The Mayor's Thames Festival has announced plans to expand from a weekend event to a 10-day programme over a wider geographic area.
Leathermarket JMB, Southwark's largest tenant management organisation, has won a national award in recognition of its pioneering work gaining self-financing status.
The developers converting Richard Siefert's King's Reach Tower into luxury flats have applied to Southwark Council to add eleven floors to the top of the 30-storey building.