Mayor of London Boris Johnson has rejected calls for pedestrian lights at the junction of Old Kent Road and East Street, outside East Street Library.
Work has started on the site at St Thomas' Hospital where a statue of Scottish/Jamaican nurse Mary Seacole is to be unveiled later this year.
Students at the City of London Academy in Lynton Road have created a giant chicken skeleton which is on display in the school's atrium.
Hundreds of people packed into St George's Cathedral on Bank Holiday Monday for the annual Roman Catholic Mass for Migrants in Greater London.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-05-04
@hatcherdavid Nope ... (There was a rumour of Nando's for that location...)
Looks like SE1 will soon have restaurants by Marco Pierre White, Mark Hix and Gordon Ramsay within 500 metres of each other.
Elephant & Castle subway mural picture of the day pic.twitter.com/M2RkUnp10L
Proposed Kennington, Oval & Vauxhall Neighbourhood Plan includes a little bit of SE1 - Albert Embankment/Lambeth Rd: http://t.co/Nnji71BVZw
Just published - Safer crossing at Old Kent Road / East Street junction 'not justified' says Boris Johnson goo.gl/fb/ZDe6ln
Just added the 17,000th entry to our events database (started 9 years ago).
That's a lot of events. #hyperlocal
Feminists occupy roof of London Councils HQ in Southwark Street and set off smoke flares: http://t.co/9rbYh1khrH
RT @hollyandlil: Oscar is home - the lady who found hm on the escalators at the Shard kept him safe and Jacob got him today!!!!!!!!! https:â€¦
Just published - Migrant communities gather for Mass at St George's Cathedral goo.gl/fb/eVmEGb
Cardinal Vincent Nichols outside St George's Cathedral pic.twitter.com/r47k7RL1XW
Standing room only at St George's Cathedral for Mass for Migrants pic.twitter.com/mEyhZRmEZg
The @NPASLondon copter is hovering over the Union Street area
Â£1.1 million Georgian house in New Kent Road: http://t.co/DuybE66P6A
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett would cancel the Garden Bridge: http://t.co/BqLvOqmq9r
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