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Fulham Football Club has launched a new centre to find the next generation of top professional footballers at a school in Southwark.
The Walworth Society and a London Assembly member have added their voice to calls for the Coronet at Elephant & Castle to be given listed building status.
Southwark Street was closed to traffic for more than three hours on Saturday after a police car was involved in a collision whilst responding to a 999 call.
Freemen of the City of London exercised their ancient right to drive flocks of sheep across London Bridge on Sunday.
A Bermondsey Liberal Democrat councillor has told his party conference in Glasgow that people on low incomes are being priced out of north Southwark.
Members of local churches took part in a harvest festival celebration in Lower Marsh Market on Saturday.
Liz Truss, secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs, toured Borough Market on Thursday.
Plans for a new 'boutique hotel' in Lower Marsh have been revealed.
A Royal Navy offshore patrol vessel is moored alongside HMS Belfast during a five-day visit to London this week.
'New Routemaster' buses will be introduced on route 453 this month - but as with route 148, the vehicle's signature feature - the open platform - will not be used.
Staff and students have gathered to celebrate the 125th anniversary of adult education institution Morley College.
The sub-dean of Wakefield Cathedral in West Yorkshire has been appointed to the same role at Southwark Cathedral.
A 192-room hotel is planned for the site of Wedge House in Blackfriars Road.
Transport for London has launched a public consultation on plans to extend the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant & Castle.
A new building in Southwark Street completed only on Thursday afternoon is expected to disappear by the end of October.