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Southwark Council has introduced a voluntary code of conduct for buskers and street entertainers on Bankside.
Lambeth Council is to recruit an officer to urge taxi drivers at Waterloo Station to switch off their engines whilst waiting for fares on the rank.
Ark Globe Academy hosted its first 'Communi-tea' this week when elderly members of the local community were invited to join students at the school for afternoon tea.
The ceremony of 'Beating the Bounds' of the Southwark Cathedral parish on Sunday afternoon had a VE Day theme.
32 years after the Bermondsey by-election, Peter Tatchell - the defeated Labour candidate in that contest - has congratulated Neil Coyle on his election to Parliament.
The ninth Duke of Wellington will visit Waterloo Station next month to unveil a memorial to the allied soldiers killed in the Battle of Waterloo 200 years earlier.
A new £10,000-a-night hotel suite on level 39 of the Shard was launched last week.
Developers The Thackeray Estate have indicated that they could build a tower around ten storeys high on the site of an office building at Fellmonger's Path off Tower Bridge Road.
A London Bridge ticket inspector who managed to overpower and disarm a man threatening to stab passengers has been recognised for his bravery by British Transport Police.
A controversial 27-storey development at the southern end of Blackfrars Road has been given the name 'Blackfriars Circus' by developer Barratt.
The bells of Southwark Cathedral rang out on Saturday morning at 11am as part of a nationwide 'moment of noise' to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day.
A 'Victory oak' tree has been planted alongside the Soviet War Memorial in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
26 years after she was first elected, Labour's Kate Hoey has been returned as MP for Vauxhall with an increased majority.
Labour's Helen Dennis has been elected as a Southwark councillor in the Chaucer ward by-election.
For the first time in more than three decades, Bermondsey has a Labour MP as Neil Coyle defeats Liberal Democrat veteran Simon Hughes.