Hundreds of people attended a Mass at St George's Cathedral on Sunday afternoon to mark the conclusion of the 100 Days of Peace project linked to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A tree has been planted in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park by young people from Cork and Southwark as part of an initiative to develop Irish-British understanding in the spirit of the Good Friday Agreement.
Network Rail has announced further details of the schedule for the redevelopment of London Bridge Station and released new images of the completed concourse and platforms.
Monday recap: London Bridge Station redevelopment latest, plus peace events at St George's Cathedral http://t.co/DmZdtuwg
Dramatic changes: 200 years of Waterloo theatres http://t.co/PjNTCla0 guided walk
@KelvinJRobbins Works OK so far as I can tell
London to Brighton Veteran Car Run route altered: this year via Westminster Bridge Road not Lambeth Palace Road http://t.co/c1BQZykq
Old Southwark in the Blitz http://t.co/DPn3et5r
A man died after being slashed in the neck with a broken bottle at the Pulse club in Blackfriars, Old Bailey is told http://t.co/wc6uMuC9
Just published - 'Friendship tree' planted in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park to promote Anglo-Irish understanding http://t.co/dol2LHrO
[Forum] Lost wallet on Union Street http://t.co/HnNqtzSA
Kate Hoey asks Jeremy Hunt about VAT anomaly that means Guy's & St Thomas' will save £ by outsourcing to Sainsbury's http://t.co/rADJV8Ew
@Satchers More trains on the Thameslink route to Blackfriars and beyond
Just published - London Bridge Station redevelopment: latest details & new images http://t.co/9llSrTBW
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