The Princess Royal travelled along the River Thames on Friday to watch the annual Doggett's Coat and Badge Race.
Two men who have spent the last 41 days rowing 2,000 miles non-stop around Britain set a new world record when they reached Tower Bridge on Friday lunchtime.
Rupert Murdoch's UK publishing businesses will move their headquarters from Wapping to The Place next to the Shard and London Bridge Station next summer.
Saturday afternoon in Tabard Gardens - annual Peace Day in memory of David Idowu se1.info/1b7Hflf
ValShawcross Fire Authority has received over 21,000 signatures in petitions against cuts to London Fire Brigade
Ornamental Passions blog on the Shell Centre, Belvedere Road SE1: ornamentalpassions.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/shell-…
Ellie Carey, Hichame Bouadimi, Haris Ahmed, Meriam Ozekman, David Vilaseca and Daniel Poblet remembered at @SeeMeSaveMe vigil
@MayorWatch Yes, thanks - on the case
[Forum] Bermondsey Street's Rock History se1.info/135usee
Wish local news would stop happening for a few days so there was a chance to catch up with all the stories
@chrisinculture the main parade will be over in 30 mins or so. Music at Millennium Green all afternoon
@chrisinculture happening right now
Waterloo Carnival in 6 seconds vine.co/v/hZ7hQYZL6Oe
Just published - The Times, The Sun and HarperCollins to move to offices next to Shard at London Bridge goo.gl/fb/jq4Ch
Excitement mounting in Lower Marsh for Waterloo Carnival. Farmyard theme this year. Route is @OasisJohanna to Millennium Green via WBR
In the next hour it's the Waterloo Carnival in Lower Marsh, Westminster Bridge Road and Baylis Road
Princess Royal is on board a launch following @DoggettsRace crews up the Thames
Record breaking round-Britain 2-man rowing crew now approaching Tower Bridge @GBRow2013
Southwark Council leader Peter John "delighted" by News Corp's move to the borough
The @DoggettsRace competitors are mustering near HMS Belfast
Breaking: Murdoch to move UK newspapers and book publishing business to The Place (baby Shard) at London Bridge
Two men who have been rowing round the coast of GB return to Tower Bridge this lunchtime after 41 days at sea: gbrowchallenge.com
@zefrog Not directly.
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