Police are appealing for information after a 41-year-old man was stabbed in an apparently unprovoked attack on Bankside near Southwark Bridge early on Friday morning.
Michael Painter, the woodcarver chosen to make a copy of the Dog and Pot sign which was once a Blackfriars Road landmark, has visited Southwark to see the original trade sign.
Borough & Bankside Community Council this week voted unanimously to refuse permission for the partial demolition of early 20th century workshop buildings between Glasshill Street and King's Bench Street.
Sunday recap: Bankside stabbing - police appeal for witnesses; artists' studios reprieved; Dog & Pot latest http://t.co/OtrqnEp3
@relentlessFocus it's 5p cheaper than the Daily Mail - that's not the cover price!
RT @TfLTrafficNews: Bermondsey Street is now open in both directions after an incident earlier near the Tyers Estate
The statue of Queen Victoria has been returned to Blackfriars Bridge http://t.co/yvE9iQ3g
@PaulLomax Thursday night / Friday morning.
Just published - Man stabbed on Bankside river path: police appeal for witnesses to "unprovoked and callous attack" http://t.co/bVd8pgFf
RT @deansouthwark: David Mach @ Southwark Cathedral today at 1.00pm. Talking about Die Harder Just turn up. All welcome of course
Better to rename the Shard after the Queen than Big Ben clock tower, says Labour MP http://t.co/klxqgf3I
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