Traders and residents on The Cut and Lower Marsh have been warned that they face fines of up to £1,000 if they put rubbish bags or bins out on the street at the wrong time of day.
Police are using hidden cameras to monitor the activity of people running illegal gaming scams on Westminster Bridge, according to Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Two SE1-based charities have received awards from Southwark Council.
Parking on Waterloo Bridge could be banned under measures being considered by Lambeth Council and the City of Westminster.
Friday recap: Westminster Bridge gambling + Waterloo Bridge parking + fines for putting bins out at wrong time se1.info/19Sukon
Should parking be banned on Waterloo Bridge? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7358
Just published - Put your rubbish out at the wrong time and face a Â£1,000 fine goo.gl/fb/VM7ck
Just published - Police use covert filming to monitor Westminster Bridge gamblers goo.gl/fb/oMKVe
Always amusing when an organisation sends a press release with a photo attached that they've nicked from our own website. Happened twice now
Just published - Waterloo Bridge parking could be banned goo.gl/fb/eXejQ
Balti House in Borough High Street now 'Hungry Bears' pic.twitter.com/a3faVp09h3
Just been to see the finds from the Dickens Square archaeological dig. Public display from 1.35pm. london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Archaeological discoveries at Dickens Square - visit Harper Road mosque this afternoon: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Waterloo Literary Walk tomorrow london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Interested in archaeology? london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Sketch: Lib Dems' Simon Hughes sees red on his dispatch box debut - under the critical gaze of Ricky Tomlinson independent.co.uk/news/uk/politiâ€¦
@SteveGardnerITV Ah, thanks. Glad not more sinister. Was an odd scene when I walked past.
SteveGardnerITV Fire Brigade working to remove a woman who fell off her seat on the top deck of a bus at Blackfriars and now can't get down the stairs.
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