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The owner of a new halal meat processing plant in South Bermondsey says that the UK's continued membership of the European Union is essential to his firm's survival.
Removal firm Rocketvan has moved from Union Street after more than six years under the railway bridge.
Teams from RBS and estate agents Kalmars won SE1's two Shrove Tuesday pancake races.
A flower stall in Lower Marsh is being sponsored by a Waterloo estate agent.
Pet shop chain Pets at Home has opened at the Cantium Retail Park in Old Kent Road.
This week Southwark's cabinet member for communities and economic wellbeing visited Tower Bridge Road to launch a new fund for improvements to local high streets.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to move out of one of its two Bankside office blocks.
A Bankside office block at Riverside House next to Southwark Bridge has changed hands for £122 million.
New Morley College-branded market stalls have been launched in Lower Marsh to showcase the work of art, design and enterprise students.
Less than a year after relocating from Bermondsey Square to Bankside, independent bookshop Woolfson & Tay has announced its closure.
'Together at Christmas', the annual Christmas appeal set up by Better Bankside has collected more than 1,800 gifts for over 600 people across the Bankside area.
Local business Eden Caterers has been named as this year's Waterloo Community Award winner.
Cooper's health food shop closed on Saturday after 32 years trading in Lower Marsh.
Local bicycle shop 'On Your Bike' is celebrating its 30th anniversary this autumn.
Representatives of local firms joined Simon Hughes MP and Liberal Democrat councillors last month for a round-table discussion about jobs and business in Southwark.