Plans to install a secure weapons bin - where knives and guns can be deposited anonymously - outside a Bermondsey church have been turned down by Southwark Council.
A recycling bin for low-energy lightbulbs has been installed in Waterloo.
The first London Bridge Open Kitchen food festival was held on Wednesday night in the forecourt of the White Cube gallery in Bermondsey Street.
Hundreds of activists assembled on the South Bank on Saturday lunchtime to march across the river to 10 Downing Street in protest against National Health Service cuts and privatisation.
Saturday recap: NHS protest pics & audio + weapons bin vetoed + recycle your lightbulbs in Waterloo http://t.co/57BEbVQUQn
RT @TfLBusAlerts: Route RV1 is subject to diversion and delays due to a road traffic incident at Cornwall Road/ Stamford Street SE1
Council Housing: Who Needs It? http://t.co/s6LGO6tObs a public conversation
@edgese1 No cost to the council - vetoed on aesthetic grounds
Just published - Bermondsey Street weapons bin would be "unnecessary clutter" say council planners http://t.co/NsY8NsEc7T
@philiplambeth Lots of places you can recycle those, though; lightbulb bin more noteworthy
Recycling bin for low energy light bulbs outside Waterloo Millennium Green http://t.co/Nwl6nS6PBV
Defend the NHS march forming up on South Bank http://t.co/BJywG0An7R
Belgian taxi gets Southwark parking ticket http://t.co/TAzS2i6hw1
Defend London's NHS demonstration starting 12 noon on South Bank for march across Waterloo Bridge to Dept of Health: http://t.co/6oASURUmrI
Conservation in action: Southwark Dispensary register made fit for consultation http://t.co/J2WN5YmHmh
Pop-up cycling festival on the South Bank today: http://t.co/02qJF3kg38
New Chicken Express in Waterloo gets food hygiene rating of 1 out of 5: http://t.co/JnoqRtvfWi
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