Detectives investigating a serious assault in Tabard Street in March this year have charged a man with attempted murder.
Pupils from St Saviour's and St Olave's School at Bricklayers Arms have won a quiz held at the Palace of Westminster, comprehensively beating members of the House of Commons and House of Lords.
"If you want a day out, a night out, fun in the 1590s, the place you come to is Southwark," said British Museum director Neil MacGregor when speaking about the Elizabethan years.
Waste and recycling firm Veolia is appealing for the owner of a small black kitten found in a bin store near the New Kent Road to come forward.
Wednesday recap: Bin man rescues kitten, plus other news http://t.co/DpQOiu8C
Today's the 1st anniversary of the opening of the Bankside entrance to Blackfriars Station: http://t.co/nOJYfP4e Has it changed your life?
Just published - Man charged with attempted murder after Tabard Street stabbing http://t.co/g3AyWWxO
Most other main roads in SE1 are TfL red routes.
Streets to be gritted by @LB_Southwark tonight include Southwark Bridge Road, Newington Causeway, Long Lane, Abbey Street, Borough Road
Cat found in Newcomen Street area http://t.co/ryNLgKH9
Kraftwerk to perform in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern: http://t.co/BKtNqPgR
Just published - Southwark schoolgirls put MPs and peers to shame in consumer quiz http://t.co/fPsU2iAP
Cinderella Ella Ella local panto starts today: http://t.co/bNJYNgJ9
Anyone near New Kent Road missing a kitten? http://t.co/tDhkVs3X
Friends of Guy's Hospital Christmas Fair this morning in Atrium 1 http://t.co/yNpGF8My
Tate says that the Tanks at Tate Modern have brought a "new and younger audience" to the gallery
The Dean of St George's Cathedral has been granted the freedom of the City of London http://t.co/2PxRVW5x
Waterloo Station remains the busiest @BarclaysCycle docking station in London with nearly 26,000 trips during October.
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