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Rambert's dancers were given their first access to the company's new headquarters this week when they enjoyed a guided tour of the construction site.
A nature-friendly green trail stretching from Lambeth North to Burgess Park via Elephant & Castle was launched this weekend.
More than 50 students from 13 schools in South London, Kent and Surrey last week enjoyed a fun-filled day of chemistry at the Salters' Festival of Chemistry at London South Bank University.
The Metropolitan Police will move some of its headquarters departments to Lambeth Road under plans announced on Monday.
The Mayor of London is holding a further round of public consultation on the controversial Eileen House scheme at Elephant & Castle after the developer proposed to install "sealed high acoustic performance windows" to block out nightclub noise.
London South Bank University has revealed plans to sponsor a specialist engineering academy for secondary school pupils in Walworth.
Southwark Council has launched a month-long public consultation on plans for new landscaping at St Mary's Churchyard at Elephant & Castle.
Plans to install a secure weapons bin - where knives and guns can be deposited anonymously - outside a Bermondsey church have been turned down by Southwark Council.
Hundreds of activists assembled on the South Bank on Saturday lunchtime to march across the river to 10 Downing Street in protest against National Health Service cuts and privatisation.
Bankside's electricity substation is ready to start delivering heat to Tate Modern in an award-winning project led by UK Power Networks.
Members of the public were admitted to Southwark's CCTV control centre for the first time when pupils of the Walworth Academy toured the facility at Southwark Police Station.
25-year-old Jamie Hall is running 62 miles from London to Brighton to raise funds for local youth charity SE1 United.
Residents and businesses in Cathedrals ward face an average extra wait of one minute 38 seconds for a fire engine to arrive if plans to shut Southwark Fire Station get the go-ahead.
A planning inspector has rejected an appeal against the refusal of planning permission for the redevelopment of the former London Fire Brigade headquarters on Albert Embankment.
Hundreds of members of community choirs from Lambeth and Southwark will perform at a concert of works by Michael Tippett and Gustav Holst - both former directors of music at Morley College - at the Royal Festival Hall this summer.