A project to promote food-growing on housing estates in SE1 will continue for another two years thanks to backing from a local charity.
Southwark Council's decision to allow luxury housing developments in the north of the borough with no on-site affordable homes was debated at hustings held this week in the run-up to the elections on 22 May.
The Friends of Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park have appealed for information about damage to trees in the Tibetan Peace Garden amid fears the space is being used to train dogs for illegal fights.
A photograph of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre and a Tower Bridge snow globe are among the items representing Southwark in 2014 which have been buried in a time capsule on the site of a new skyscraper.
The Ukraine crisis figured strongly in this year's commemoration of the allied victory over the Nazis at the Soviet War Memorial in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park.
Saturday recap: london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-05-10
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