The historic South Eastern Railway building in Tooley Street should be demolished to prevent potential car bombers getting too close to the rebuilt London Bridge Station, Network Rail has told English Heritage.
Patients at Guy's Hospital and St Thomas' Hospital can now use an iPhone app to check, change or cancel their appointments.
Sophie Dickens, sculptor of the 'Four Evangelists' on temporary show at Southwark Cathedral, has been talking about the work.
A sitting of Southwark's ancient Court Leet has taken place at the Amigo Hall next to St George's Cathedral.
Thursday recap: Network Rail's worries about Tooley Street suicide bombers; plus Guy's & St Thomas' new iPhone app http://t.co/BWCtvKFw
Tomorrow: open day at Gateway Community Hub in Lancaster Street (near Borough Road) http://t.co/4A4umkrb
Looks like Blackwells bookshop @lsbu branch in London Road has now shut permanently
Just published - Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals launch iPhone app http://t.co/uVCUlsTI
Just published - Last chance to see Sophie Dickens' Four Evangelists sculptures at Southwark Cathedral http://t.co/Zl8OMtwr
Just published - Southwark's historic Court Leet holds annual sitting http://t.co/rF5ORpIX
1pm: free lunchtime song recital (Vaughan Williams and Fauré) at St George the Martyr, Borough High Street http://t.co/f3jTFOOx
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