A 'crack house' has been shut down by police on Peabody's Bricklayers Arms Estate on Old Kent Road.
The Duke of Edinburgh was the guest of honour at this year's Doggett's Coat & Badge Race on the River Thames.
Southwark Council has announced plans to double the size of Phoenix Primary School in Marlborough Grove.
The Mayor of London has claimed that collisions involving cyclists at the Elephant & Castle's southern junction have been cut by 75 per cent since the roundabout was removed.
Cash machines which dispense euros as well as pounds have been installed at Elephant & Castle, London Bridge and Waterloo Underground stations.
Tuesday recap: Primary school to double in size + Elephant road safety + Euro cash machines london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-07-15
Tonight councillors will decide on Sainsbury's plans for Great Dover Street london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7441
legalledoff A fire evacuation at the shard in st Thomas st as people start to fill the pavement outside.
Just published - Old Kent Road 'crack house' shut down goo.gl/fb/l3PS5O
@swkplay Well his stuntman at least
Sainsbury's Local in Great Dover Street? Councillors decide this evening whether supermarket should open in hotel: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7441
Lambeth Council says it will become a 20 mph borough in March 2016
Just published - Phoenix Primary School in Marlborough Grove could double in size goo.gl/fb/2DU6re
Just published - Euro cash machines installed at three local tube stations goo.gl/fb/zyPhZs
Prince Philip coming to watch Doggett's Coat & Badge Race on Thames this lunchtime - 12.45 London Bridge. Last year: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/6968
Major development planned for Willow Walk / Crimscott Street - see plans Fri/Sat: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
Seven years in Southwark's archaeology - talk this evening at the Local History Library: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
Stoney Street closure today pic.twitter.com/NgxEVvlwyt
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