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Tuesday 14 March 2006

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News & features published on 14 March 2006
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Revealed: Celebrity Fairtrade habits

The Fairtrade Foundation has recruited familiar faces such as Anita Roddick, Vic Reeves and Adrian Edmondson to highlight the positive impact that buying Fairtrade products can have on poverty.

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Albers and Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World

This the first exhibition at Tate Modern dedicated to early Modernist abstraction. There are more than 200 works in a diverse range of media including painting, sculpture, photography, film and furniture design.

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Pink Plunge evening abseil at the Hayward Gallery

Do you think you are up to the challenge of an evening abseil down the side of the Hayward Gallery to help raise funds and awareness for Cancer Research UK?

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Design Museum announces new director

The Design Museum has announced the appointment of Deyan Sudjic as its new director. He will lead the museum's expansion and relocation from Butler's Wharf.

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City of London Academy pupil wins speaking contest

11-year-old Joseph Dudley from the City of London Academy led a clean sweep by Southwark last week in a public speaking competition.

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Campaign to list threatened Driscoll House

Southwark Lib Dem deputy leader Cllr Catherine Bowman has written to the Culture Secretary urging her to list the New Kent Road hostel which closes at the end of the month.

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Parents' concern over school library thumbprints

Parents at Charles Dickens Primary School have expressed concern over a new library lending system that uses biometric data from pupils.

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