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Wednesday 9 February 2005

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News & features published on 9 February 2005
Free Tate membership for SE1 property purchasers

Local developers Acorn Homes have come up with a novel way of welcoming new residents to the area by linking up with Tate to offer homebuyers a year's free gallery membership.

Battle of the gastropubs: Anchor & Hope v The Hartley

Two of SE1's leading gastropubs are going head to head for the top prize in the Tio Pepe ITV London Restaurant Awards. The Anchor & Hope is defending the Gastropub of the Year award against competition from The Hartley.

Westminster goes flipping mad for London Bridge charity

MPs and peers took a battering from the media in the 9th Annual Pancake Race held at Westminster on Shrove Tuesday in support of London Bridge-based charity Rehab UK.

Skipper fined after Duck Tours collision

The skipper of a Duck Tours amphibious vehicle has been successfully prosecuted at Horseferry Road Magistrate Court following a collision on the Thames near Westminster Bridge.

What's your problem?

Monday saw the dawn of a long awaited day for all of those involved in the publication of a new book of poetry by students of the Evelina Hospital School at Guy's Hospital.

National Anthems at the Old Vic

The first half of Dennis McIntyre's grimly fascinating play seems like an extended version of 'Great Bores of Today'.

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