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Hundreds of pounds worth of counterfeit footwear has been donated to a charity by Southwark Council.
A Queen Elizabeth rose has been planted in the garden of Waterloo Action Centre to celebrate the charity's recent Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
Casualty star Suzanne Packer has unveiled a plaque to mark the dedication of the site at St Thomas' Hospital where a statue of Mary Seacole will be erected next year.
The Mayor of London has refused to guarantee that Lambeth Fire Station will remain at its present site on Albert Embankment when the fire brigade's former headquarters building is sold to developers.
A mass of thanksgiving has marked the retirement of Deacon James Sheahan from St George's Roman Catholic Cathedral.
People who live or work in the London Bridge area - or just pass through - have been asked to contribute their ideas to a new local action plan.
Pupils from local primary schools raised more than £350 for charity when they sold herbs, tomatoes, salad leaves and fruit they had grown at their schools to Borough Market customers last week.
The operators of the Coronet club at Elephant & Castle are appealing to the site's owners to ensure the historic venue has a future when the shopping centre is redeveloped.
A sixth man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Christopher Foster in Borough High Street last November.
Detectives investigating the death of Adam Hird, who died following an incident outside a bar on Albert Embankment, are appealing to a woman who is believed to have filmed the events on her mobile phone to come forward.
A Lifeboat crew has praised the actions of a commuter who jumped into the River Thames on Monday morning to rescue a man in distress in the water.
Lambeth Council is asking for comments on proposals to upgrade the sports facilities at Archbishop's Park
An elaborate film set has been constructed in Windmill Walk - between Roupell Street and Whittlesey Street - for a new movie about the Kray twins.
Emilio Silva, co-founder of Spainís Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory, was guest speaker at the commemoration of the Spanish Civil War dead on Saturday.
A row of shops in Waterloo's Lower Marsh was turned into Wardour Street 1953 on Sunday for the filming of a new ITV drama series.