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Mary Berry joins annual London Bridge sheep drive
Monday 25 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
Food writer and broadcaster Mary Berry was guest of honour at the annual Sheep Drive on London Bridge on Sunday as freemen of the City of London exercised their right to bring livestock across the Thames without toll.
Apple 'wanted to open store' on Garden Bridge
Thursday 21 September 2017 - James Hatts
Computer and phone company Apple was interested in sponsoring the Garden Bridge if it could open a retail store on the river crossing, according to Boris Johnson's former deputy mayor.
Garden Bridge: 9 things we've learnt from Hodge transcripts
Wednesday 20 September 2017 - James Hatts
City Hall has published some of the transcripts of interviews carried out by Dame Margaret Hodge during her probe of the Garden Bridge project.
Met commissioner Cressida Dick patrols South Bank
Saturday 16 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick joined officers patrolling the South Bank on Saturday after the terror threat level was raised to 'critical'.
Hospitals boss praises staff 'courage' after terror attacks
Friday 15 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
The Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust had been deeply affected by the Westminster and London Bridges terrorist attacks says chair Sir Hugh Taylor.
'Shocking' homophobic attack in Waterloo: police appeal
Friday 15 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after two men were assaulted in Waterloo. The incident is being treated as a homophobic hate crime.
FT's flags at half mast after journalist is 'killed by crocodile'
Friday 15 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
The flags outside the Financial Times's headquarters at Southwark Bridge were flown at half-mast on Friday after the death of journalist Paul McClean during a holiday in Sri Lanka.
Lambeth Road's Corner Cafe closed after fire
Friday 15 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
The Corner Cafe at the junction of Lambeth Road and Hercules Road will remain closed "until further notice" after a fire in the basement on Thursday lunchtime.
Hurricane Irma: prayers for Barbuda at Southwark Cathedral service
Friday 15 September 2017 - Marion Marples
Speaking in Southwark on Thursday night, Commonwealth secretary general Baroness Patricia Scotland made an impassioned plea for people to work ceaselessly for the restoration of the island of Barbuda, 95 per cent devastated by Hurricane Irma.
Waterloo Sunset ale now in Waterloo pubs
Tuesday 12 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
Waterloo Sunset ale, brewed by the re-established Truman's, has arrived this month in two Waterloo pubs.
Hillary Clinton to visit South Bank
Monday 11 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
Former US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will speak at the Royal Festival Hall in October to mark the publication of her book.
Musicity: famous London SE1 landmarks inspire new compositions
Friday 8 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
A new project aims to help visitors experience famous buildings in a new way
LSBU St George's Quarter proposals revealed
Friday 8 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
London South Bank University has released plans for a St George's Quarter.
Bread Ahead book promotes authentic baking
Thursday 7 September 2017 - Leigh Hatts
Borough Market's Bread Ahead bakery has revealed its recipes for special bread and prize doughnuts in a cook book.
Park Plaza London Waterloo misses out on Carbuncle Cup
Wednesday 6 September 2017 - London SE1 website team
The Park Plaza London Waterloo, although shortlisted, has failed to win the 2017 Carbuncle of the Year award.
Library image of a community speed watch operation by West Midlands Police used under a Creative Commons licence.
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