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The speed limit for traffic on Blackfriars Bridge and London Bridge will be reduced to 20 mph from Sunday 20 July, the City of London Corporation has confirmed.
For the first time in a decade, members of Southwark Cathedral's congregation have taken part in the tradition of 'beating the bounds' of the parish.
St John Ambulance has opened a new training centre in Borough High Street.
Plans for a new 25-storey building on Newington Causeway - including an 125-room Premier Inn hotel - have been revealed.
Zandra Rhodes heads the list of local people included in the Queen's Birthday Honours List published on Friday night.
Bermondsey & Old Southwark MP Simon Hughes has called for 'urgent action' by the Government after a Buddhist chaplain at Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals was arrested in Burma.
Controversial spikes installed outside the main entrance of a block of flats in Southwark Bridge Road have been removed.
Developer Lend Lease has invited local residents to put forward suggestions for the names of the new buildings, streets and open spaces planned for the site of the Heygate Estate.
A charity dedicated to the preservation of the remains of Bankside's first Elizabethan playhouse is to benefit from a gala performance of a West End play.
Southwark's much-diminished Liberal Democrat opposition group has announced its lineup of opposition spokespeople.
As the petition calling for the removal of the controversial anti-rough-sleeper spikes reaches 100,000 signatures, the local MP has asked to meet residents of the block at the centre of the row.
Homes, shops and restaurants in The Cut were without electricity all day on Wednesday.
Southwark Council leader Peter John joined a small group of protesters outside a block of flats in Southwark Bridge Road which has been at the centre of an international media storm after spikes to deter rough sleepers were installed at the entrance.
The American company redeveloping two prime sites at the southern end of Blackfriars Bridge has announced that the scheme will be known as Bankside Quarter.
A hostel for homeless women in Waterloo Road is to be taken over by Southwark Council.