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The Royal British Legion has turned part of the ground floor of its Borough High Street headquarters into a new 'pop in centre' for advice and information.
A new lunchtime food market has opened in Bankside's Canvey Street.
A 16-year-old boy was pulled to safety from the River Thames by a London lifeboat crew on Sunday after a prank filmed to be shared on social media went wrong.
Southern and First Capital Connect trains are once again serving London Bridge Station after a partial closure lasting more than a week.
Two men were arrested on Sunday afternoon after what police described as an 'altercation' outside Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre.
London South Bank University's sports centre on London Road has marked the official opening of its new-look facilities after a £1 million makeover backed by Southwark Council.
Three buildings offering short-stay serviced apartments previously operated by Think Apartments are to be run by Go Native.
This week Southern Gas Networks starts a programme of roadworks around Borough Market and Southwark Cathedral which will last until early December.
Southwark Council has rejected suggestions that Cathedral Square on Bankside should be gated and closed to the public at night.
After three tortuous years of consultation, conflict and confusion, Southwark Council has finally reached a decision on boundaries for a neighbourhood plan in Bermondsey - but the results are likely to please no-one.
Plans to demolish a nursery on Tower Bridge Road and replace it with a four-storey block of flats have been withdrawn after objections from parents and councillors.
Transport for London has set out a new timetable for major changes to the transport infrastructure at Elephant & Castle.
One of the first soldiers to be awarded the Victoria Cross during the First World War has been honoured with a commemorative paving stone close to his birthplace in Bermondsey.
Magician Dynamo surprised locals and visitors on Wednesday afternoon when he appeared to float in mid-air at the top of the Shard.
Cyclists commuting into central London via Kennington Road on Wednesday were given free fluorescent armbands by the Guide Dogs charity as part of an initiative to encourage better relations between cyclists and blind and partially sighted Londoners.