The owner of the London Duck Tours company - whose fleet of amphibious vehicles is currently banned from the Thames - has told the London Assembly that his firm is spending £12,500 a day to keep his 60 staff employed.
Children, parents and staff at Kintore Way Children's Centre in Grange Road have been celebrating after becoming the first nursery school in Southwark to be judged as outstanding in all areas by Ofsted.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has published an image showing how Blackfriars Road could be transformed by the construction of a new segregated cycle route.
Protestors lit a fire in the middle of Westminster Bridge on Tuesday night.
Wednesday recap: Blackfriars Road to get segregated cycle lanes + other local news se1.info/1bc7qmm
Just published - London Duck Tours: river ban is costing us Â£12,500 a day goo.gl/fb/Fldrq
@thetwopct Not yet
City of Westminster's app for judicial review re Elizabeth House development @ Waterloo to be heard tomorrow: justice.gov.uk/courts/court-lâ€¦
Another very high tide at Bankside pic.twitter.com/hbiJgDCANV
CourtNewsUK Southwark Crown Court closed for today due to widespread flooding, unclear whether the building will be open tomorrow.
@acediscovery person hit by train at Wimbledon
Big delays to trains from Waterloo pic.twitter.com/UiH57OHQGA
Prince William visited SE1 on Monday for lunch at @I_W_M
Just published - Kintore Way nursery school celebrates 'outstanding' Ofsted rating goo.gl/fb/pmgvn
Southwark Crown Court evacuated due to flooded toilet and power failure via @CourtNewsUK
Just published - Radical plans for Blackfriars Road as part of new Elephant & Castle to King's Cross cycle route goo.gl/fb/W6TRL
Mayor of London will decide on controversial Eileen House development at Elephant & Castle at City Hall public hearing Tue 19 Nov 2pm
Flood alert remains in force for Bankside: environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisureâ€¦
[Forum] Parking in Leathermarket Street se1.info/1b7ZpAp
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