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News & features published on 10 May 2005
Award-winning Holocaust play at City Hall

City Hall this week hosted a special presentation of James Still's play And then they came for me - remembering the world of Anne Frank, followed by a panel discussion with Holocaust survivors.

Vicki McCreery: Blackfriars Bridge one year on

Friends and family of cyclist Vicki McCreery gathered on Blackfriars Bridge on Tuesday afternoon to mark the first anniversary of her death in a collision with a bus in the controversial cycle lane.

130 Waterloo homes sold by Church Commissioners

Part of the Church Commissioners' housing portfolio in Waterloo has been sold off this week as part of a 70 million deal.

Sir Trevor McDonald opens Mary Seacole exhibition

Sir Trevor McDonald came to the Florence Nightingale Museum on Tuesday to open a special exhibition to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of renowned nurse and herbalist Mary Seacole.

Turning Jubilee Gardens into a 'world-class' park

Four concept designs for Jubilee Gardens, the South Bank green space between the Festival Hall and County Hall dominated by the London Eye, have been revealed.

Bermondsey Square affordable housing winner announced

The Architecture Foundation, Urban Catalyst and the Igloo Regeneration Fund have selected Urban Salon as the winner of their architectural competition for affordable housing in Bermondsey Square.

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