Lecturers at London South Bank University staged a protest in London Road on Thursday afternoon to urge the board of governors to return to collective bargaining arrangements.
Planning permission for a mobile phone antenna at London Bridge was obtained 'by a flawed application', claims a spokesman for a new residents' campaign group.
Southwark Council and Lend Lease have named the architects chosen to design the new Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre and the housing development alongside it.
Thursday recap: Elephant leisure centre latest; lecturers' protest at LSBU and London Bridge phone mast controversy http://se1.info/pd9cdZ
Tomorrow is carnival day in Waterloo http://se1.info/r3VccL
Just published - London South Bank University lecturers stage protest over national pay bargaining http://goo.gl/fb/MNFmZ
Bastille Day waiters' race in Canvey Street at 5.30 http://se1.info/phiyr9
Indian Summer Barbecue opposite the Old Vic from 5pm http://se1.info/qtd5C1
Bastille Day accordion recital in Southwark Cathedral at 3.15 http://se1.info/qXrWHI
Just published - O2 wants to install a phone mast at the southern end of London Bridge but some locals aren't happy http://goo.gl/fb/RH5o1
Friends of Waterloo Library will be updating locals on their campaign to save the library this evening http://se1.info/nBkriI
RT @selcamra: Don't forget, its the SELCamra Borough Crawl tonight! Starts at The George, 77 Borough High Street.
John Constable talks about the story behind The Southwark Mysteries tonight at South East London Folklore Society http://se1.info/n6Nv2h
Bankside Bastille Day Festival today - lots of fun events http://se1.info/phiyr9
@zefrog Is your email Tiscali/TalkTalk by any chance? Someone else reported lack of newsletter - may be a spam filter thing I think
@zefrog click on the words 'squash courts' in today's story for an update from earlier this week...
Just published - Architects chosen for Elephant & Castle's new public swimming pool http://goo.gl/fb/EU3lm
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