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Sunday 29 January 2006

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News & features published on 29 January 2006
Paul Smith opens shop in Borough Market

Clothes designer Paul Smith has opened a shop in Park Street on the edge of Borough Market.

"Three sisters" towers planned for Waterloo station

Southwark-based architects Allies and Morrison have won an architectural competition to design a replacement for Elizabeth House in York Road.

Bankside police officer stands trial

Former Bankside community police officer Christopher Keenan has appeared at Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court accused of conspiring to pervert the course of justice and conspiring to corrupt an employee of Southwark Council.

Fr Liam says farewell to the Borough

Fr Liam Talbot, parish priest of the Precious Blood, has said farewell after nearly two decades in the Borough's Roman Catholic parish.

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