Work to construct the largest solar panel array in London reached half way on Thursday as the 2,200th solar panel was installed on the roof of Blackfriars Station.
Shakespeare's Globe 2012 season continues with Simon Paisley Day in a riotous version of The Taming of the Shrew
Southwark Council is planning a tougher licensing regime for businesses wanting to place tables, chairs, furniture and advertising boards in the street - and it plans to start the clampdown around Borough Market.
The Shard laser show from One New Change http://t.co/TnHE6KMx
Thursday recap: Shard, licensing of pavement tables & chairs and more http://t.co/WGPpTsbU
@michaelwailes I can see beams heading south
On the terrace at One New Change for Shard inauguration. It's packed.
Borough Chamber Choir concert on Saturday - The Power of Music http://t.co/HBL9QRaa
A 93-year-old Spanish Civil War veteran will unveil a plaque in Jubilee Gardens on Saturday afternoon http://t.co/Kvcq3YtE
The Mayor of Southwark and the council leader fight it out in the boxing ring (the Mayor won) http://t.co/tRRiL7GM
Clueless PR person of the day "Hackney - that's in SE1, isn't it?"
Lambeth Council preparing to sell Waterloo Library site http://t.co/TuknS3Rs [in case you missed it yesterday when our server was down]
Imagine the meeting that led to The Shard http://t.co/geGRbHGV by BBC arts editor Will Gompertz
Shard light and laser show starts 10.15pm http://t.co/8Uq23uxw
Heading to Marlborough Playground for the Grand Opening of the Pop-Up Mini Olympics http://t.co/HMZjiZEw
St George the Martyr church in Borough High Street from 14th floor of the Shard http://t.co/KM8fm6Wq
"The people of north Southwark and Bermondsey are proud of the Shard," says Simon Hughes MP
Forget the Shard, the grand opening of the Pop-Up Mini Olympics is the place to be this afternoon http://t.co/HMZjiZEw
Oresteia - free open-air theatre at The Scoop by City Hall starts tonight: http://t.co/O9oCkNgt
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