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As temperatures in London soar, there's a new cool oasis at Waterloo Millennium Green where the water feature has at last been restored.
Plans for a 14-storey tower in Union Street, including 55 homes and new premises for the London Centre of Contemporary Music, have been approved by Southwark councillors.
Pupils at the Globe Academy in Harper Road have devised an Oyster card wallet which carries information about local shops which provide shelter for young people who feel vulnerable.
The Unicorn Theatre in Tooley Street, which specialises in performing arts for young audiences, has been given a 30 per cent boost to its public subsidy from Arts Council England.
The downstream Golden Jubilee Bridge between the South Bank and Charing Cross has had its lighting turned yellow to celebrate the Tour de France's return to London.
The publishers of 'in SE1' – the monthly local printed what's on guide – have announced that issue 193, for July 2014, will be the last. The London SE1 community website is unaffected by this decision.
The Jubilee Gardens Trust is inviting local businesses and residents' organisations to become members of the body which manages the popular South Bank park.
A 'topping out' ceremony has been held on the roof of a new hotel under construction in Great Suffolk Street.
A Douglas C-47 Dakota troop carrier aircraft flew past the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday night as a tribute to David Lord VC who died over Arnhem 70 years ago.
Staff at King's College London are to take strike action over plans to cut academic jobs in the School of Medicine, School of Biomedical Sciences and the Institute of Psychiatry.
A Welsh university that has its London campus above the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre has had its right to recruit students from outside the European Union suspended by the Government.
Two years after Bankside hosted the House of Switzerland during the Olympic and Paralympic Games, a Swiss Railway Clock has been installed in Borough Market as gift to the people of Southwark.
Former Waterloo resident Tracey Emin has donated a neon artwork to be raffled in aid of The Old Vic theatre.
Pope Francis has received a cutting from a fig tree at Lambeth Palace given to him by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Work is under way at Waterloo Station to construct a new link between the mainline concourse and the disused international terminal.