The sight of newly-arrived international students queuing through the night outside Brandon House in Borough High Street should be a thing of the past after the Metropolitan Police announced a change to registration procedures.
Pedal-powered 'pubs' have become a familiar sight on the streets of SE1 in recent years, but now one councillor has called for them to be banned in residential areas.
St John Ambulance has launched a series of First Aid at Work training courses at a new venue close to Borough Underground Station.
Southwark's cabinet member for children's services has visited Charles Dickens Primary School to congratulate staff and pupils on gaining the British Council's International School Award.
A new charitable initiative to help community projects in Lambeth was launched this week at a Lambeth Palace reception hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Lettuce-clad models visited Canvey Street on Wednesday to mark the opening of the ninth branch of salad and 'healthier eating' chain Tossed.
Sunday recap: 6 stories published today http://t.co/eShxn3al
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Just published - Borough High Street: all-night queue of overseas students eliminated after police climbdown http://t.co/ak7Q5mlo
RT @WrightTG: this guy calmly walked up, took out a marker pen and tagged it. Surreal.
Lush to open new branch at Waterloo Station http://t.co/p9LAKuzg
Waterloo Library Book Group http://t.co/IVGlG79O
It's Malaysia Week on the South Bank http://t.co/Ipy1ktX5
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