Vital organ donation procedures could be hit by the proposed closure of the specialist toxicology service at St Thomas' Hospital, trade union representatives have warned.
85 floral designers have created displays for the Leprosy Mission Festival of Flowers held this week at Southwark Cathedral.
Firefighters carried out a dramatic rescue on Thursday night when ten contractors got stuck in a builders' lift outside the 22nd floor of Guy's Hospital tower.
Seven 16 and 17-year-olds who live or go to school in Southwark have organised a conference to be held at Tate Modern on the issue of youth employability.
Royal Mail will this week issue a set of four stamps to mark the start of the Paralympic Games - and two of the stamps feature SE1 landmarks.
Southwark Council is urging residents to vote in an online poll to help secure a makeover for the children's playground in Leathermarket Gardens.
Sunday recap: http://t.co/vba4dwcz
Community Film Club autumn season announced http://t.co/D9uxW5kx
Hops to Hats: An Industrial Walk around Southwark with Stephen Humphrey http://t.co/RemUHAbw
Waterloo Quarter Food Festival runs throughout September http://t.co/JTP9Iq6v
Volunteering opportunity with Bankside Open Spaces Trust at Red Cross Garden this afternoon http://t.co/UOVk8iga
Just published - World-renowned toxicology unit at St Thomas' Hospital threatened with closure http://t.co/UvSoBS8m
Just published - Floral designers create living art gallery at Southwark Cathedral http://t.co/wkelQNqg
Just published - Builders stuck in hoist 22 floors above London Bridge sing songs to keep up morale http://t.co/j53Dve8e
Just published - Vote early, vote often for Leathermarket Gardens playground makeover http://t.co/dWGjyGky
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