Pupils and teachers at Walworth Academy welcomed BBC News presenter Huw Edwards to the school on Monday for a talk on current affairs and what life is like working in the media.
Southbank Centre is to see its Arts Council England funding cut by 15 per cent in real terms over the next four years, but some SE1 arts organisations will get more cash under the new settlement announced on Wednesday.
The row about the London Eye capsule recently painted in the corporate orange of the wheel's sponsor looks set to run and run after Lambeth's planning applications committee voted to refuse advertisement consent.
Wed recap: London Eye orange pod vetoed; Huw Edwards in SE1 & Arts Council reveals cuts http://se1.info/fEwjxJ
Books from Michael Foot's collection are on sale in Lower Marsh, Waterloo http://t.co/rrbjvrH
Enis's cafe in Waterloo Road is no longer offering its mysterious elixir of life http://se1.info/emyD83
Campaigners from @London_cycling collecting signatures on "no more lethal lorries" petition outside Old Vic in Waterloo
Follow @LambethTownHall for news and audio from Lambeth Council's meeting tonight
Waterloo book group's April title is Room by Emma Donoghue http://se1.info/eszAla
Shakespeare's Bankside - guided walk next Monday http://se1.info/eszyw5
Simon Hughes now has a Government blog in his role as Advocate for Access to Education http://se1.info/gp6biZ
TfL to @ValShawcross: monitoring of 343 bus route changes "shows that measures have been beneficial & passenger feedback is also improving"
Just published - Mixed fortunes for SE1 arts organisations as funding cuts are revealed http://goo.gl/fb/l5wr3
Lambeth Council has decided not to prosecute the London Eye for painting one of its pods orange ... for now, at least http://se1.info/g2eBC2
Just published - London Eye's "obtrusive" orange pod vetoed by Lambeth councillors http://goo.gl/fb/tNURG
A Passion Play will be performed in Southwark next week http://se1.info/gmiTuN
For the latest local news and events direct to your inbox every Monday, you need our weekly email newsletter SE1 Direct.
7,000+ locals read it every week. Can you afford to miss out?
Read the latest issue before signing up