Convicted murderer William Kerr - who was wanted for emergency recall to prison - was arrested in Waterloo on Friday, according to North Yorkshire Police.
The news that Labour parliamentary candidate Neil Coyle was arrested for shoplifting at the age of 10 was the most eye-catching revelation at Friday's Bermondsey & Old Southwark election question time hosted by ARK Globe Academy.
Tickets for the new Shrek's Adventure attraction at County Hall went on sale this week at a pop-up gingerbread ticket office on the South Bank.
The Old Vic theatre is to sell more than half of all seats at the first five previews of each production for just £10.
The chairman of the trust which runs SE1's two hospitals has issued a pre-election warning that the National Health Service faces a "major funding gap".
Campaigners against cuts to further education carried a coffin through the streets of SE1 on Saturday to highlight their fear that the sector could be fatally damaged by a funding crisis.
Detectives have released CCTV images of a man whose body was found in the River Thames in an effort to trace anyone who may have seen him prior to his death.
Saturday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-04-25
Just published - Convicted murderer arrested in Waterloo after Crimewatch appeal goo.gl/fb/Sk4fpi
Elephant & Castle subway mural picture of the day pic.twitter.com/Jc31JvkinS
@steviecryan Thanks; glad its useful - but fear high % of listeners are usual cllr/activist suspects!
This poster in Maiden Lane has obviously been up for a while but I'd not spotted it before pic.twitter.com/pxMGsjOAp9
Just published - My shoplifting shame - by Labour candidate Neil Coyle goo.gl/fb/ngRCgO
Just published - Old Vic to launch Â£10 preview ticket scheme goo.gl/fb/Akcn5n
Just published - NHS faces 'major funding gap' warns Guy's and St Thomas' boss goo.gl/fb/XgnJYc
FE protest march in Southwark Street pic.twitter.com/oRDNMDzzZk
Coffin for further education pic.twitter.com/WAR3IMN61S
Table Top Sale at Queensborough Community Centre - stalls and refreshments.
In aid of local charities.
Just published - 'We are desperate to know what happened' - mother of man last seen at Bankside goo.gl/fb/NAfxL1
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