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Tuesday 7 December 2004

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News & features published on 7 December 2004
SE1 school hosts City Hall education launch

Members of the London Assembly chose a Southwark school to launch a new guide to explain the role of the Mayor of London and London Assembly to young people.

Elephant and Castle scoops planning award

The Elephant and Castle regeneration project won an award for Southwark Council last week at the London Planning Awards, presented by the Mayor of London.

"Advice in the City" from London Bridge law firm

London Bridge-based law firm Anthony Gold has launched a new clinic to advise people experiencing marital or relationship problems without ongoing commitment.

Shell Centre hosts special schools' football tournament

The South Bank's Shell Centre last month offered its sports facilities to host the South London Special League under-12 five-a-side tournament.

London gun map comes to City Hall

A map of London made up of the pieces of guns destroyed by the Metropolitan Police in a firearms amnesty last year is now on view to the public at City Hall.

Paris Garden multi-sport pitches now open

Floodlit courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball and netball are now available to South Bank and Bankside residents close to Blackfriars Road.

Royal Mail van in Blackfriars armed robbery drama

City of London Police are appealing for witnesses after a Royal Mail van was hijacked in Fleet Street and driven across Blackfriars Bridge to be unloaded in SE1's Burrell Street.

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