Under the banner #MigrantsContribute, London's Latin American community held an afternoon of stalls, films, talks and activities in Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre last Saturday.
The Roxy Bar & Screen is facing an urgent review of its premises licence after Sunday morning's mass brawl in Borough High Street which left nine people in hospital.
Members of the House of Lords have expressed concern about the impact of proposed high-rise developments on the South Bank on the world heritage status of the Palace of Westminster.
The owners of The Shard have given £5 million to King's College London towards its plan to develop a Science Gallery attraction at Guy's Hospital.
Southwark Council leader Peter John has pledged that residents of Styles House in The Cut will be able to approve any deal with developers regarding their homes and gardens.
A development of 43 social rented homes right next to Tower Bridge received its official opening last week when the first tenants received their keys from the City of London Corporation.
A women in her thirties has been treated for head injuries after she was hit by a falling window from the London Bridge Hospital in Tooley Street.
Tuesday recap: Borough brawl sparks Roxy review + a bumper crop of other local news stories London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-03-31
Interesting public health stats for Bermondsey & Rotherhithe http://t.co/CjWRzyFmcC
Interesting public health stats for Borough, Bankside & Walworth: http://t.co/RvJ8N8wpfb
First tenants receive keys to new council homes at One Tower Bridge:
(but podium garden is out of bounds)
'50 people' involved in Sunday's Borough High Street brawl: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8174
Just published - Roxy Bar & Screen faces licence review after Sunday morning's Borough High Street brawl goo.gl/fb/p0cSSS
Just published - Betty Boothroyd: UK risks 'international humiliation' over South Bank skyscrapers goo.gl/fb/JrdTvo
TfLTrafficNews Elephant & Castle Roundabout app St Georges Road - lane 1 (of 4) blocked by road traffic collision. Emergency services on-scene.
@waterlooquarter Just about to email my contact at TfL. It's all most odd.
Just published - Southwark tube development: Styles House residents will have final say, says council leader goo.gl/fb/IYV7Tt
Electoral registration in Southwark - returning officer responds to concerns raised on SE1 forum: http://t.co/2n94Q4aX1D
One Tower Bridge communal garden controversy - City backs down and social tenants will remain excluded: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8170
Just published - Woman suffers head injuries as window falls from hospital goo.gl/fb/UkO1s5
Lower Marsh market shut today due to high winds https://t.co/j0j81Aj476
Easter holiday events for children at John Harvard Library pic.twitter.com/0U4Gah2scv
Never noticed this Wittgenstein plaque at Guy's Hospital before pic.twitter.com/fn8ernTCUZ
Final design published for Nelson Square Garden: http://t.co/tSSInnUtV2
Given lack of info anywhere else, can only assume this is TfL's idea of an April fool vine.co/v/O33LMZFnLnE
@1queer1 Yeah - could be an April fool given the start time listed ...
Westminster Bridge Road closure digital signs - can't find matching details on TfL website vine.co/v/O33LMZFnLnE - anyone?
Thinking of being a candidate in the Chaucer ward by-election? Here are the nomination papers: http://t.co/Ed8WRABKSp
'Inspector Sands' announcement at Blackfriars rail station
Filming at Bankside on Good Friday and Easter Monday pic.twitter.com/01KVQCXC6x
Brickwork taking shape on Tate Modern extension pic.twitter.com/9lE9GrJBq8
Graffiti on new luxury flats in Newington Causeway pic.twitter.com/FC6w6FlCEY
Thanks to @SimonHughes for personal apology re. use of photo from SE1 website on election leaflet. Happy to consider the matter closed.
Looks like a second branch of the Breakfast Club might be opening in SE1
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