Police have named the man killed at a bus stop outside Waterloo Station on Saturday morning as Menelaos Aligizakis, aged 43.
Battle re-enactors from the English Civil War Society marched across the Millennium Bridge from the City of London to Bankside on Sunday morning to promote a new TV series.
A former tobacco warehouse in Bermondsey Street - previously used by the Shunt theatre collective - is to be the venue for a new street food market and collection of micro-restaurants.
When Red Cross Garden was restored to its Victorian glory eight years ago, one notable feature was incomplete: the bandstand.
Bankside Open Spaces Trust announced at the end of last year that it has received planning permission for its proposed three-year temporary garden on the site of Cross Bones Graveyard in Redcross Way.
Sunday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-01-04
RoySmithMPS A tragic loss of life but at least some comfort to the family we have today charged a male with murder following incident in Waterloo
Bus services on the RV1 route are likely to be affected by strike action on Monday.
Just published - Waterloo Road murder victim named as Menelaos Aligizakis goo.gl/fb/aFStBP
Just published - Roundheads march across Millennium Bridge goo.gl/fb/ma8UTH
After today, the London Eye will be closed for two weeks for annual maintenance
Just published - Bermondsey Street warehouse to host street food market goo.gl/fb/rRJzyd
@MrBaileyM in the last few days
@MrBaileyM it has closed down
Not much left of the Hay's Galleria Christmas tree pic.twitter.com/B6wS9Ambt9
This afternoon - Twelfth Night revels on Bankside with The Lions part: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
Just published - Cross Bones Graveyard: temporary garden gets green light goo.gl/fb/JwlrNx
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