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News & features published on 16 September 2005
IN PICTURES: Waterloo Carnival de Cuba

Colourful Cuban costumes and music filled the streets of Waterloo on Friday as the second annual Waterloo Carnival de Cuba made its way from Johanna School to Waterloo Millennium Green.

IN PICTURES: Thames Nelson Flotilla

Bridges and riverside walkways were lined with crowds on Friday lunchtime as thousands gathered to watch the Thames Nelson Flotilla, a recreation of Lord Nelson's waterborne funeral procession.

Unicorn Theatre announces opening date and first season

The new GBP 13 million Unicorn Theatre in Tooley Street - the UK’s first purpose-built professional theatre for children - will open on 1 December. Details of the first season have also been revealed.

Major Bankside office development 'topped out'

Land Securities and Bovis Lend Lease this week celebrated the 'topping out' of the first phase of the Bankside123 development close to Tate Modern.

Giant pints spotted on Bankside

If you were on Bankside on Friday morning and thought you saw three giant pints of beer, don't worry - you weren't hallucinating.

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