Tennis players returned to the courts in Tanner Street Park on Saturday as Southwark Council unlocked the gates, in line with the latest Government advice.
Pavements at the northern end of Borough High Street and parts of Southwark Street and St Thomas Street have been widened as part of the Mayor of London's Streetspace scheme to make it easiest for pedestrians to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Police investigating the murder of a 19-year-old footballer in Great Dover Street have asked the public to come forward with information "no matter how small you think it is".
A man who attacked two women in the streets of SE1 last summer will now serve at least 16 years in prison after the Court of Appeal increased his original 'unduly lenient' sentence that could have seen him free after seven years.
RT @SmartTogether_1: Supply Chain team to accelerate plans to consolidate more direct deliveries into the Supply Chain Hub to support St Thâ€¦
Tennis players returned to the courts in Bermondsey's Tanner Street Park on Saturday as Southwark Council unlockedâ€¦ https://t.co/FXgTvcVuMN
RT @MPSNWalworth: Teenagers get a lot of negative press. This is an excellent example of a "Good News Story". The officers thanked the teenâ€¦
Big changes at London Bridge:
Around Borough High Street / St Thomas Street / Southwark Street, road space has beeâ€¦ https://t.co/1M1nbpiQgU
RT @SmartTogether_1: Very pleased to host members of the British Chinese Business Association today at the Supply Chain Hub and thank themâ€¦
RT @MPSNWalworth: Yesterday - PCSO Sanayat and Benn were flagged down by two teenagers who'd come to the aid of an injured cyclist who hadâ€¦
RT @thegladpub: Hi all. Back to the Glad this weekend to offer more beers for take-away! From 1pm. Don't forget to bring a sealed containerâ€¦
"Please do get in touch if you have any information about the incident, no matter how small you think it is," saysâ€¦ https://t.co/XkwE6gy2hc
A man who attacked two women in the streets of SE1 last summer will now serve at least 16 years in prison after theâ€¦ https://t.co/k48TJKQJ7o
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