Transport for London says that works to repair a collapsed sewer near London Bridge Bus Station - which was due to reopen on Christmas Eve - will now take a further three months to complete.
This year's Christmas lights at Southbank Centre have a twist: they rely on visitors to generate the power themselves.
The Mayor of London has announced that he will make a decision on the controversial planning application for a 41-storey tower on Newington Causeway at a public hearing on Tuesday 26 February 2013.
Last weekend 20 Lambeth volunteer police cadets aged 13 to 18 helped out with crime prevention patrols along the South Bank during the annual Christmas market.
Friday recap: http://t.co/PoGCYR4v
Just published - London Bridge Bus Station shut for THREE MONTHS due to collapsed sewer! http://t.co/duC9LO23
Our forum should now be up and running again - new threads and replies can now be posted.
HGV road safety awareness event for children and parents at Mint Street this afternoon http://t.co/9j57JyNg
Tonight: Carol Service at Southwark Cathedral http://t.co/uGIoRv2i always v popular - get there early for a seat!
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