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A "calculated and ruthless" armed robber who targeted small businesses in central and south London has been jailed for 14 years.
A second person has been charged with a murder of a teenager in Pilgrimage Street in October.
Fr Richard Hearn has been named as the next dean of Southwark's Roman Catholic cathedral.
A motorcyclist was injured in a collision with a bus at St George's Circus on Tuesday afternoon.
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper chose the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre as the setting for her speech setting out Labour's immigration policy.
Cleaners employed by Interserve at Waterloo Station are holding two 24-hour strikes this week.
Transport for London has launched a public consultation on the look and feel of the proposed public square which will replace the Elephant & Castle roundabout.
Lambeth's planning applications committee last week approved proposals for the 'Garden Bridge' by five votes to two. Read our tweets from the meeting and hear some audio highlights.
Nearly 7,000 people have signed a petition against proposed cuts to the Imperial War Museum.
A Tesco Express convenience store will form part of King's College London's controversial Premier Inn hotel development on Borough High Street, it emerged this week.
Plans for two new 25-storey towers on the site of the Texaco service station on Albert Embankment were revealed this weekend.
Southwark Council could use automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) technology to fine motorcyclists who try to use a new 'Quietway' cycle route.
After more than six months of local rumours, Tesco has finally submitted a planning application for its proposed Tesco Express store in Queen Elizabeth Street.
A controversy over the presence of protesters outside an abortion clinic at a Southwark GP surgery has reached the Houses of Parliament.
New figures show that average response times for fire engines in most parts SE1 have increased since Southwark Fire Station closed in January this year.