Thursday 4 October 2012

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News & features published on 4 October 2012

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Police appeal after Old Kent Road shooting

Detective have released an image of two women they wish to speak to following a shooting in the Old Kent Road in August.

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4G wireless broadband now available to Bankside homes and offices

Residents and businesses in the Bankside area can now sign up to a wire-free broadband service using 4G mobile spectrum.

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Architects chosen for Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward revamp

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has been named as lead architect for the refurbishment of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery complex at Southbank Centre.

Tweets on 4 October 2012

Thursday recap: today's news, tweets and forum topics at a glance http://t.co/BS6QW4aC

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Cyclist ‘cut up’ by police driver in Westminster Bridge Road turns anger into a YouTube hit http://t.co/u4uoyhxK via @standardnews

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BBC London reports on the discovery of hundreds of human burials under Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre http://t.co/45pUBm27

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[Forum] What do the people of SE1 know about Health Research? http://t.co/eEPMpu5i

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Just published - 4G wireless broadband now available to Bankside homes and offices http://t.co/oG8FBbDA

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Just published - Architects chosen for Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward revamp at @southbankcentre http://t.co/t25nFDH8

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When Spa Gardens in Bermondsey was covered by houses: http://t.co/vOKMY3fA

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New Play About Gay Persecution in Uganda to Be Staged at @oldvictheatre for One-Night Benefit http://t.co/HUBYjP0m via @playbill

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To celebrate National Poetry Day local arts group NEON is putting on a special Elephantine poetry reading. http://t.co/WtlirBg0

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Join Roger McGough at @southbankcentre for National Poetry Day Live! http://t.co/oBwRVKwV

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Emile Zola gives his impressions of the Thames between London Bridge and Greenwich, the @guardian, 1893 http://t.co/YBc6MFKR

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What the @FashionTextile Museum building looked like before @Zandra_Rhodes came to Bermondsey Street http://t.co/dBpdLoSq

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A Celebration of Harvest with the Portcullis Singers http://t.co/BILsMAAw

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Job vacancies posted on 4 October 2012

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