The South Bank Patrol service which tackles antisocial behaviour around Waterloo and the South Bank is in the running for a national award.
A new photographic portrait of the Queen has been put on display in the reception area of Southwark Council's Tooley Street offices.
The British Film Institute library was officially opened in new South Bank home on Thursday night at a reception attended by Mayor of London Boris Johnson, King’s Speech director Tom Hooper, Sir Christopher Frayling and Kevin Brownlow.
Friday recap: today's news and tweets at a glance http://t.co/Dgg0eCXB
Just published - South Bank Patrol shortlisted for Home Office award http://t.co/HiPwnqTK
Looking forward to visiting Winchester House in Southwark Bridge Road tomorrow: http://t.co/7Q89kKxq
Oliver! is tonight's free open-air movie at The Scoop http://t.co/ogg9x9bd
Foxes ate our Louboutins, say South Bank cabaret dancers
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