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News & features published on 10 April 2005
Anti-gun campaigner charged with theft

Maureen Lynch, 55, of Park Street, will appear at Tower Bridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with theft.

Philip Pullman visits Tooley Street children's theatre

Bestselling author Philip Pullman brought some literary magic to Southwark when he visited the construction site of the new 13 million Unicorn Theatre being built on Tooley Street.

Caffe Nero opens in The Cut

Caffe Nero has opened in The Cut in the premises formerly occupied by Supercut Minimarket which closed a month ago.

Waterloo International could become shopping centre

Waterloo International could be converted into a shopping centre or luxury flats to meet government's aim to achieve "best value" from the building once it is vacated by Eurostar.

South Bank studios hit by ITV strike

A strike by broadcasting unions Amicus and BECTU disrupted production at ITV's London Studios on the South Bank this week, including Parkinson and Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ultra low tide reveals unexploded shells

Thames21 staff and volunteers were amazed to find four unexploded shells in the River Thames on Friday while cleaning up the foreshore by London Bridge in Southwark.

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