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Plans to demolish a nursery on Tower Bridge Road and replace it with a four-storey block of flats have been withdrawn after objections from parents and councillors.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.
Southwark Police have arrested a man who attempted to stab officers and supermarket staff with a pair of scissors.
The charity which runs Waterloo Millennium Green says that its staff and volunteers are 'overwhelmed' by the daily accumulation of food packaging from hundreds of take-away lunches eaten in the small park.
Last month homeless people supported by the St Mungo’s Broadway charity performed their own play at the Young Vic in Waterloo.
Young people growing up in one of London's fastest-changing areas will get the chance to learn about property development, engineering and construction this autumn when they come up with their own project proposals.
Southwark's deputy mayor and Labour prospective parliamentary candidate Neil Coyle is leading calls for a plaque to commemorate the site of the factory where paper poppies to raise funds for servicemen wounded in the First World War were first made.
The Lord Mayor of the City of London visited the City of London Academy in Lynton Road last month.
Students and staff at London South Bank University could act as guinea pigs for new ideas for the future look and feel of Post Office branches.
A couple have been sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison after they committed a string of artifice burglaries and targeted elderly people across Southwark, Lewisham and Islington.
The prime minister visited the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre on the South Bank on Monday.
51 candles were lit at Southwark Cathedral on Wednesday lunchtime to represent each of the people killed in the Marchioness riverboat disaster a quarter of a century ago.