Almost half of the platforms at Waterloo Station will be shut for three days this Christmas to allow track to be replaced.
Vauxhall Labour MP Kate Hoey has described in Parliament local people's frustration with "an increasingly difficult problem" of crimes in the Waterloo area committed by immigrants to the UK.
Roman burials have been found at an archaeological dig taking place in Dickens Square as part of the preparations for the building of an extension to the Harper Road mosque.
The first NHS sexual health centre in London to open seven days a week has treated nearly 20 per cent more patients than the hospital-based clinic it replaced.
New Morley College-branded market stalls have been launched in Lower Marsh to showcase the work of art, design and enterprise students.
Simon Hughes MP was so impressed with Walworth Academy's social enterprise project he has invited pupils to sell their wares at the House of Commons.
Just published - Major works at Waterloo Station this Christmas: platforms 1-9 shut 27/28/29 December goo.gl/fb/REI1J
Sunday recap: five news items published today se1.info/1cpcBoM
Carol Services at Southwark Cathedral tonight and tomorrow evening: http://t.co/nm6PMOyX7R
Pulse nightclub murderer loses appeal at court: http://t.co/UD9vB2aSzi
Carols by Candlelight at St Mary Magdalen Bermondsey Street se1.info/1dvjWQ9
@GillBorg It annoys me when newspapers write about the market as if it has been in its current form for hundreds of years.
@GillBorg yes. But the old overnight wholesale trade has more or less disappeared.
Borough Market is open 10am-5pm today
Christmas Carnaval del Pueblo at the Coronet se1.info/1d0qok2
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