The Royal Oak in Tabard Street has been honoured with two awards and inclusion in a new book on important pubs.
Short-term parking bays could be provided in Mandela Way for residents collecting parcels from the Royal Mail delivery office after the leader of Southwark Council responded to complaints from motorists who had been fined for pulling up outside.
178 fewer cars were registered to addresses in the Borough & Bankside Community Council and Bermondsey Community Council areas in 2011 than in 2010 - but the number of road casualties across Southwark has jumped by 33 per cent.
Local GP Dr Patrick Harborow, one of the founders of the Waterloo Health Centre in Lower Marsh, is leaving the practice after nearly a quarter of a century.
Wed recap: Car ownership falls; Mandela Way parking review; Royal Oak awards; Waterloo GP leaves after 24 years http://t.co/ViYFb7Le
Just published - Triple honours for Royal Oak http://t.co/4sOgqw4h
Just published - Car ownership falls in Borough, Bankside and Bermondsey - but Southwark road casualties jump 33% http://t.co/pAFS0PK3
Just published - Waterloo Health Centre founder Dr Patrick Harborow swaps Lower Marsh surgery for St Thomas' A&E http://t.co/eh1MzX2a
Lots of bus diversions due to Tower Bridge and TBR closure for next 3 days http://t.co/XVM7w0xk
Which were the most-read stories on the SE1 website during 2011? http://t.co/KQpYByPI
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