A new portrait of Dame Maggie Smith painted in the Southwark studio of artist James Lloyd has gone on display at the National Portrait Gallery.
London's New Year fireworks display was almost cancelled when a major sponsor pulled out with just six weeks to go, prompting the Mayor of London to switch contractors and increase public spending on the event by more than a third.
Abbey Street will be closed to traffic for the next three months whilst the historic railway bridge across the street is restored.
Sainsbury's Local in Borough High Street has reopened after a week's closure for refurbishment and extension.
Rosemary Fletcher has said farewell as Methodist Minister at the Lambeth Mission & St Mary's.
More than 150 young Spanish people living in London staged a demonstration outside Tate Modern on Sunday afternoon.
Tuesday recap: Abbey Street, Boris & the fireworks, Sainsbury's Borough and Spaniards hold protest on Bankside http://t.co/QIDGEjPGlN
Bach to Baby classical concert for toddlers tomorrow morning http://t.co/jNHdpc8Ak8
Just published - Boris considered cancelling New Year fireworks after sponsor pulled out; cost to public purse up 33% http://t.co/j08gMSeWgL
Just published - Abbey Street shut for three months for railway bridge restoration: C10 diverted via Grange Road http://t.co/ZMgXAqDZ0D
Interested in Lavington, Ewer, Great Guildford, America, and Union streets? Join a discussion tomorrow: http://t.co/GeNW4K74lx
Just published - Expanded Sainsbury's Local in Borough High Street reopens with reduced Sunday trading hours http://t.co/9V7AFxDx1D
Just published - Farewell to North Lambeth Methodist minister Rosemary Fletcher http://t.co/iRDpdeg6ax
Just published - Young Spaniards hold protest on Millennium Bridge http://t.co/5pmJHIfMf9
[Job vacancy] Part time gardener, Bermondsey Street http://t.co/mHYFvvXbXN
Lend Lease: "We will be putting the first cranes in the air at One The Elephant in the next few months"
Is Swindon too posh for an Old Kent Road equivalent on the new Monopoly board for Wiltshire's largest town? http://t.co/nALfcgaYUe
The Roman and Medieval Landscape at Bermondsey Square - lecture tonight http://t.co/SKppBMdCbs
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