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Bahrainis sell LSE's Sidney Webb House to Unite
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Sidney Webb House, a 446-bed student hall of residence in Great Dover Street, has been sold by its Bahraini owners as part of a wider £271 million deal.
Restoration of Wurlitzer from Elephant & Castle Trocadero nears completion
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
After thousands of hours of work by volunteers and professionals, the restoration of the Wurlitzer organ from the Elephant & Castle Trocadero cinema is nearing completion.
Africa Centre plans new home in Great Suffolk Street
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
The Africa Centre - located in Covent Garden for nearly five decades - is planning a new home in Southwark.
'Dirty Lane' at centre of Vinopolis fashion retail development
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
A new street to be called 'Dirty Lane' is at the centre of plans for the redevelopment of the Vinopolis complex.
Local man Lloyd Smythe charged with Tommy Blackmore murder
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
28-year-old Lloyd Smythe appeared before magistrates at Camberwell Green on Monday, charged with the murder of Tommy Blackmore.
Value of London Fire Brigade HQ jumps from £50m to £90m
Monday 15 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
The freehold of the London Fire Brigade headquarters in Union Street has changed hands for £90 million.
BBC Any Questions? broadcast heralds start of Waterloo Festival
Sunday 14 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
A live broadcast of BBC Radio 4's Any Questions? from St John's Waterloo marked the start of this year's Waterloo Festival.
Tommy Blackmore: Queen Elizabeth Street murder victim named
Sunday 14 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
"Cheeky, charming, comical and wise way beyond his 20 years" is how the family of Tommy Blackmore, fatally wounded in Queen Elizabeth Street on Saturday morning, have described him.
Anti-oil sponsorship campaigners take over Tate's turbine hall
Sunday 14 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Art collective Liberate Tate - which campaigns against arts sponsorship by oil companies - held an unsanctioned performance in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall on Saturday and Sunday.
Two more arrests over Queen Elizabeth Street murder
Sunday 14 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Detectives investigating a murder are continuing to appeal for witnesses to an argument in Tower Bridge Road in the early hours of Saturday morning to come forward.
Archbishop responds to Mount Kinabalu row during Southwark visit
Sunday 14 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
A Malaysian Anglican archbishop has used his visit to Southwark to comment on the controversy over the group of western tourists who stripped off for photographs on Mount Kinabalu.
Queen Elizabeth Street: murder investigation launched
Saturday 13 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally wounded in an incident in Queen Elizabeth Street.
Sir Simon Hughes - knighthood for former Bermondsey MP
Friday 12 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Former Bermondsey & Old Southwark MP Simon Hughes has been knighted in the Queen's birthday honours list.
Tower Bridge: three-month road closure planned for late 2016
Friday 12 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
Tower Bridge to to be closed to pedestrians and road traffic for three months at the end of 2016.
Elephant Road development 'topped out'
Friday 12 June 2015 - London SE1 website team
The large-scale development at the corner of New Kent Road and Elephant Road has been 'topped out' as the tallest structure has reached its full height.
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