Thames Water will this week hold a three-day exhibition in Bermondsey of its latest proposals for the controversial Thames Tunnel (aka 'super sewer').
The Imperial War Museum has received the Heritage Lottery Fund's initial backing for its proposals to create a new set of First World War galleries to coincide with the centenary of the outbreak of the conflict.
For the fourth year a Christmas market is being held on the Thames Path along the South Bank between Jubilee Gardens and Waterloo Bridge.
2012 - the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Games - will begin with a fireworks display centred on the London Eye, the Mayor of London has confirmed.
Members of the Friends of Archbishop's Park joined council staff and contractors on Friday to celebrate the completion of a project to restore a wooden shelter in SE1's biggest park.
The Fénix 2 capsule created in a naval shipyard for the rescue of 33 miners trapped 700 metres underground in a Chilean mine last year has been put on display in Albert Embankment.
Sunday recap: today's news, tweets and forum threads at a glance http://t.co/1ZBDKZlA
Just published - Thames Water to exhibit latest 'super sewer' proposals in Bermondsey this week http://t.co/5HUhd9Lh
@matt_sexton I cycled along The Cut this afternoon and noticed the resulting piles of manure!
Just published - Imperial War Museum's First World War centenary plans get thumbs-up from Heritage Lottery Fund http://t.co/iwfij8e2
Still time to sign up for sponsored sleepout in Southwark Cathedral churchyard http://t.co/AcR0PFbY
[Forum] Increased noise from trains leaving Waterloo East? http://t.co/veVePALS
RT @thamesclippers: Fog is lifting and Thames Clippers are now trying to get all services back on time. Update to follow.
Just published - Archbishop's Park shelter restored http://t.co/OMvb1H3m
Just published - Fenix 2 capsule used to rescue Chilean miners now on display in SE1 http://t.co/p3yig0U8
RT @thamesclippers: services are still suspended apart from 09:35 west from WWCH. Hilton Ferry reduced service. No Tate/Service west.
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