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Wednesday 23 March 2005

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News & features published on 23 March 2005
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Tower Bridge fault causes congestion confusion

Tower Bridge was stuck in the raised position for several hours on Wednesday, causing disruption to traffic and pedestrians.

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Londoners loathe the Elephant and Castle

It's official: the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre is the most hated building in London, according to a survey for Time Out. Tate Modern tops the list of Londoners' favourites.

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Boulangerie opens on South Bank

Authentic French artisan bread is now on sale daily on the South Bank.

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Southbank Sinfonia on BBC Radio 2

The Southbank Sinfonia recorded a service for BBC Radio 2 at Cambridge's Trinity College on Monday.

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Untitled Simparch at Tate Modern

When one thinks of art, plywood is usually not the first medium that comes to mind for weighty investigations into the ills of the modern world, and there might just be a reason for that.

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Brightening up White's Grounds

A community consultation programme to transform a run-down railway arch culminated in a day of fun in the arch itself.

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Tate Modern to be protected from tall buildings

A proposed 24-storey tower designed by Eric Parry for Bankside's Park Street could be reduced in height as part of Southwark Council’s emerging tall buildings strategy.

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