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Wednesday 29 June 2005

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News & features published on 29 June 2005
Commendation for Peabody Trust's sustainable regeneration

Peabody Trust’s regeneration scheme at Coopers Road - off Old Kent Road - has been commended in the Best Social Housing Development category at the National HomeBuilder Design Awards.

Schoolchildren get sneak peek at new hospital

A group of schoolchildren have had a preview of the new state-of-the-art Evelina Children’s Hospital as part of Architecture Week.

Elephant Wetherspoons attack: CCTV images released

Police officers investigating a stabbing at the Elephant and Castle in February have issued CCTV images of a man they are keen to trace in connection with the incident.

CS gas attack during attempted robbery

A man was attacked with CS gas and a car was badly damaged during an attempted robbery near Blackfriars Road.

New boat service links London Eye with Tower of London

This week the Thames welcomed two new boats which will join the Thames Clippers fleet on commuter and leisure services, including a new direct link between Waterloo and St Katharine's piers.

London Assembly's Val takes to the stage to back the Unicorn

The new Unicorn Theatre has named its main auditorium to recognise support from the Garfield Weston Foundation. The news comes as the London Assembly's Val Shawcross took to the stage to help raise 100,000 for the theatre.

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