Competitors in the Port of London Challenge assembled near the National Theatre on Thursday evening to set off on a 4.4 mile race up the Thames.
Southwark Council has admitted that it does not have the power to impose a 20 mph speed limit on cyclists in the borough.
Police have warned local businesses to be vigilant after a spate of thefts of Apple Mac computers from local ground-floor offices and creative studios.
Around 60 people joined a protest outside a Government minister's home in Westminster Bridge Road on Thursday night as his former domestic cleaner faces deportation.
Bankside may have a long history as a place of entertainment beyond the regulation of the city authorities but buskers and street performers could soon be subject to a new licensing regime.
Lost budgie in Waterloo SE1 nationalpetregister.org/mp/60444.htm
Just published - Thames cutter crews compete in Port of London Challenge goo.gl/fb/qOozyc
Port of London Challenge pic.twitter.com/GlvYyj2pIM
Port of London Challenge race from Waterloo Bridge pic.twitter.com/zPiIX1FIHp
Port of London Challenge Race starts 7pm on the Thames just below Waterloo Bridge
SaliBerisha1 A van has broken down on the Elephant &Castle roundabout and there's only one guy helping to push it. RT to encourage people to help!
Just published - Southwark in U-turn on plans to limit cyclists to 20 mph goo.gl/fb/uDuAtY
Bankside busking ban: council plans one designated area for street performers london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7746
Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre consultation 4pm-6pm: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/… (no plans to see yet - further events in the autumn)
Just published - Thieves on mopeds stealing Apple computers from SE1 offices goo.gl/fb/ZmrZMd
Just published - Bankside buskers and entertainers could be licensed by council goo.gl/fb/9CnDHP
New independent bookshop to open in Lower Marsh: travellingthrough.co.uk
Family Fire Safety Week at London Fire Brigade Museum: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
Beer & Burger Bonanza in Waterloo london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
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