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News & features published on 1 August 2004


Athena the owl comes home to roost

Florence Nightingale's Greek pet owl Athena is to be given a new home at the Florence Nightingale Museum at St Thomas' Hospital.


South Bank student to take part in Olympics

She has more gold medals than she's able to count; she is an 11-time All African Champion, and she can be seen in this month's Olympics. She is London South Bank University’s own champion table tennis player, Bosede Kaffo.


London Eye visitors showered with glass

The London Eye shut on Wednesday night after a piece of metal fell off and hit a canopy, showering visitors with glass.


The RiSE1 launches in Lant Street

This week Acorn Homes launches The RiSE1, a development in Lant Street targetted at first time buyers.


Suspicious charity collector in Shad Thames

Police in Southwark are asking residents of the Butler's Wharf area to be on the alert for a man claiming to be a charity collector.


Town Crier opens new cancer facility at St Thomas'

Peter Moore, Town Crier to the Mayor of London and the borough of Southwark, has officially opened a brand new treatment facility for cancer patients at St Thomas' Hospital.

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