Three nightclub bouncers pleaded not guilty to gross negligence manslaughter at the Old Bailey on Monday in connection with the death of Adam Hird.
A man spotted wading into the River Thames during the early hours was pulled to safety by a passer-by at Bankside, triggering an emergency launch by an RNLI lifeboat crew.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-10-06
@TCOSLondon The GB rules are very closely based on Trafalgar Square and Royal Parks bylaws
@RobLeslieCarter missed that line - obviously wasn't listening carefully enough
1958 publicity stunt on the Thames for the Ideal Home Exhibition: youtube.com/watch?v=xfMrMi…
tragicyclist Must have been over 100 people queueing for The Byron burger place on The Cut in Southwark tonight. Why??
Daily Telegraph visits Tesco Old Kent Road to assess the impact of the 5p carrier bag charge: telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-…
Police hunt thug who stabbed homeless man on trampoline at Elephant & Castle: standard.co.uk/news/crime/pol…
easyBus launched its Waterloo to Heathrow bus service this week - fares currently from £1: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8422
Just published - Adam Hird: Albert Embankment club bouncers plead 'not guilty' to manslaughter goo.gl/fb/veEA9i
Roadworks at junction of Union Street & Great Suffolk Street to replace traffic lights. Starts next Tuesday for five weeks.
Expecting a big crowd angry about library closures ... twitter.com/lbldemocracy/s…
Collision at Elephant & Castle pic.twitter.com/Z9OUQZLfuQ
@LWriterhouse a £27m in lieu payment to Southwark Council for them to build council homes elsewhere
Just published - Passer-by rescues man stuck on Thames foreshore at Bankside goo.gl/fb/DdDLRX
Bankside Pier - work on extension to start next week: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8279
£9 million flats in South Bank Tower: search.savills.com/property-detai…
TfLTrafficNews A collision is blocking the outside lane outside the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, south of the large roundabout twds Walworth Road.
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