Police are appealing to the public for information as to the whereaboutsof an 89-year-old man who was found to be missing from his home on the Lawson Estate on Wednesday morning.
Year 4 pupils from Tower Bridge Primary School met cocoa farmers from Ghana at Potters Fields Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe visited Lambeth Bridge on Wednesday afternoon where police officers were using automatic numberplate recognition to catch uninsured drivers.
The Delfina restaurant in Bermondsey Street has closed for refurbishment. It will reopen in May under the name Tanner & Co.
Just published - Police: "serious concern" for 89-year-old man missing from Lawson Estate, Southwark http://t.co/5GqDjSiRqH
RT @TfLTrafficNews: Broken down car recovered on London Rd approaching Elephant & Castle Roundabout. Traffic flows have returned to normal.
Tweets from tonight's Southwark Council budget-setting meeting over on @councilassembly
Anti-cuts protesters are holding a demo outside Southwark Council's Tooley HQ in the next hour before budget-setting @councilassembly starts
Intriguing tweet re Boris Johnson from the leader of Southwark Council: https://t.co/YPmVkky2FU
Owners of Eileen House granted a possession order in High Court this afternoon - @selforganiseLDN squatters now likely to be evicted
Mayor of Southwark Althea Smith nominated for @cityoflondon freedom on same list as Michael Caine, Placido Domingo & Damian Lewis
Just published - Bermondsey Street's Delfina restaurant to relaunch as Tanner & Co http://t.co/4UsOe9Rk5h
St Christopher's Inn in Borough High Street could be expanded with extra 200 beds http://t.co/gyfPLTdlTU
Tonight Southwark @councilassembly meets at 160 Tooley Street to approve budget for the year ahead.
Tonight WCDG will be discussing the planning application for the Shell Centre redevelopment: http://t.co/7fuXXRoBSu
Remains of Roman Southwark found below London Bridge Station http://t.co/0oXIY1oUTf [in case you missed the story yesterday]
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