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News & features published on 10 October 2005
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Waterloo station revamp on the cards

Network Rail has confirmed that in the next few months it intends to seek a private sector partner for a multi-million pound redevelopment of Waterloo station.

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Family Learning Week kicks off at the Elephant

Southwark's Family Learning Week programme got off to a flying start on Saturday when more than 50 families took part in workshops at the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre.

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Cathedral School pupils learn about occupational therapy

Occupational therapists in SE1 have been promoting their profession in local schools and colleges as part of a national awareness week.

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Mayor of Southwark gets to grips with eBay

The Mayor was on hand to give her backing to a course on how to buy and sell on the internet held at the Into Centre to launch Elephant Angels' SCALP2 programme of taster sessions for jobseekers.

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Robotic fish make London Aquarium debut

There may be a different fish to see for every day of the year at the London Aquarium at County Hall, but now there's a new variety that has never swum any of the world's oceans.

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Land Securities sells Bankside 4 for 24.5 million

Land Securities has sold its Bankside 4 site in Sumner Street - intended for a Richard Rogers Partnership-designed residential tower - to Grosvenor and Clan Real Estate for 24.5 million.

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'Unknown Builder' statue comes to Bankside

Southwark councillors last week voted to approve plans for a relandscaping of the Bankside riverside walkway west of Tate Modern, including the installation of two new sculptures.

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Artwork to brighten Elephant and Castle subways

The Elephant and Castle subways will soon be brightened by new artwork by students from local schools as a result of a project led by the Elephant's community wardens.

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