With Boris Johnson closing police stations around London, locals could have been forgiven for being confused by the opening of 'Bermondsey Lane Police Station' in Trinity Street on Monday.
BBC Radio 3 began a two-week residency on the South Bank on Monday when it opened a temporary studio in the foyer of the Royal Festival Hall.
A Bermondsey comedian has set a new world record for eating baked beans.
More than 200 origami doves were placed on the altar steps of Southwark Cathedral during a service to remember victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami three years on from the disaster.
A 'Don't Censor Me' demonstration has been held in Blackfriars Road to coincide with the Stop Porn Culture conference.
Monday recap: london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-03-17
Just published - 'Bermondsey Lane Police Station' appears in Trinity Street goo.gl/fb/ZOGXc
GLA spends more than Â£154,000 a year on window cleaning & window maintenance at City Hall
Christ Church Garden, Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/Bm3rS0kQbV
"Bermondsey Lane police station" in Trinity Street - filming BBC drama The Interceptor pic.twitter.com/GJllV0d30B
St Patrick's Day at White Hart Great Suffolk Street pic.twitter.com/hLvTkfrPkW
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