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A contest is now under way to find a design team to redevelop Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank.
It's been a South Bank institution for decades, but the skateboarding arena in the Queen Elizabeth Hall undercroft has finally been recognised by the South Bank Centre management.
Ten young people from Lambeth and Southwark will be shooting a short film called Face Time at the Living Space in Waterloo this week.
Florence Nightingale's Greek pet owl Athena is to be given a new home at the Florence Nightingale Museum at St Thomas' Hospital.
The London Eye shut on Wednesday night after a piece of metal fell off and hit a canopy, showering visitors with glass.
Police in Southwark are asking residents of the Butler's Wharf area to be on the alert for a man claiming to be a charity collector.
Teenagers in Southwark who are charged with drug-related crimes are to be tested for class A drugs, Home Office Minister Caroline Flint has announced.
A bus driver has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving following the death of cyclist Vicki McCreery on Blackfriars Bridge last May.
There is increasing worry for the safety of a vulnerable 32 year old man who has gone missing whilst on holiday in London. He is now thought to be in Southwark.
Bankside residents are to petition the House of Lords for permission to appeal against the planning go-ahead for the proposed 20-storey building alongside Tate Modern.
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded a maximum three stars for the third year running in the latest performance ratings published by the Healthcare Commission.
£3.4 million will be injected into improving Southwark's road network, with work on both minor and major roads in SE1 due to start in August.
London's first weekly teenage night club is opening in SE1 to provide somewhere for young people to relax, use their skills and meet friends within a controlled and safe environment.
Figures released on Wednesday show that Guy's and St Thomas's hospitals had the highest MRSA rates of any specialist trust in the country at 0.45 per 1,000 bed days.
The regeneration of Bermondsey Spa moved a step forward this week as Southwark Council granted planning permission for two major schemes.