Nearly 150 people took part in a 'Lorries for Savvy Cyclists' event in Tooley Street on Wednesday morning designed to educate cyclists how to stay safe near heavy goods vehicles.
Police recently arrested two men in connection with the theft of smartphones and tablet computers from pubs in the Bankside area.
Police believe that foxes may be responsible for a spate of incidents in which residents of Trinity Church Square have found that the brake lines on their cars have been severed.
Friends and supporters of the Southwark Playhouse gathered on Sunday to celebrate the theatre company's 20th anniversary.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has postponed his final decision on the controversial planning application for the Eileen House site at Elephant & Castle until 19 December.
Wednesday recap: Are foxes chewing through car brake lines? + today's other local news se1.info/1jnfODI
Busy day tomorrow - we'll have coverage of the Queen's visit to Southwark as well as day 1 of the public inquiry re Shell Centre development
@Gwendolyn_Smith In the newsletter of the Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Society
Reminder: Queen visiting Shard and Southwark Cathedral tomorrow pic.twitter.com/1zVvQtdpmj
deansouthwark Final preparations being made at Southwark Cathedral to receive Her Majesty and His Royal Highness tomorrow. Flowers, red carpet, the works.
Police inspector tells businesses in Borough & Bankside - lock away your Mac computers at night to deter burglars: goo.gl/fb/haary
Just published - 'Find My iPhone' app leads Southwark cops to haul of stolen smartphones and tablets goo.gl/fb/haary
Just published - Are foxes chewing through car brake lines in Trinity Church Square? goo.gl/fb/4VjQn
PerronetHouse Hot water and heating off at Perronet House today due to "boiler being flooded with sewerage" What a fine mess we're in.
Just published - Boris: Eileen House Ministry of Sound row is "absurd" - decision delayed by another month goo.gl/fb/ucnKB
MayorWatch Boris had a chance to look dignified and act like a leader. He preferred to be rude, patronising and offensive. Great shame.
@oldmapman Indeed. Hence the street being called Bear Gardens.
Interesting to read that eight 16th century bear bones were found at recent excavation at Empire Warehouse, Bear Gardens, Bankside
Lorries for Savvy Cyclists - sit in the cab of an HGV - till 10am today se1.info/I4kfZb
Chatkhara restaurant given food hygiene rating of 1 - 'major improvement necessary': scoresonthedoors.org.uk/business/chatk…
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