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Two of the three potential sites for a new national memorial to victims of the Holocaust are in SE1.
A new shop in Tower Bridge Road specialising in climbing equipment has been forced to close less than a fortnight after opening.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson says that plans to shut the Underground ticket offices at London Bridge and Waterloo - with no alternative provision for tourists to buy tickets and Oyster cards - are 'under review'.
Prominent Labour MP Keith Vaz has called on the Government to intervene after Coca-Cola became the main sponsor of the London Eye.
Detectives investigating the death of Michael Paxman in Old Kent Road earlier this month do not believe anyone else contributed to the collision that caused his death.
The man whose bomb threat on a packed commuter train on 11 September last year closed London Bridge Station has been sentenced to 16 months in prison.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has taken issue with claims made by his own deputy mayor Kit Malthouse that Tooley Street is in "chaos".
Carole Kitching has been appointed as the new principal of the troubled Lewisham Southwark College (formerly LeSoCo).
Colleagues, family and friends of a newspaper reporter based at Elephant & Castle are appealing for information after 28-year-old Bart Chan was reported missing.
English Heritage has urged Southwark Council to reject plans for a 21-storey tower close to Tate Modern because it will detract from views of St Paul's Cathedral from Alexandra Palace.
The Conservative Party and the Green Party have this month chosen the candidates who will represent them in Bermondsey & Old Southwark at the general election on Thursday 7 May.
A laptop computer stolen from a print shop near St George's Circus has been returned after the owners used tracking software to monitor the machine's new users.
King's College London - which has campuses at Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals and in Waterloo - has dropped plans to use 'King's London' as its public brand.
There were long queues for the London Eye on Saturday morning as the observation wheel reopened to the public after its annual January maintenance shutdown.
Buses on route 53 between Plumstead and Whitehall will terminate south of Westminster Bridge for at least the next six weeks.