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News & features published on 15 July 2006
'Tate Tower' may never be built

The hugely controversial so-called Tate Tower in Hopton Street is unlikely to ever be built, it emerged this week. The land could be made available for community use.

Tooley Street club opens for business

The controversial Rembrandt club has opened for business on Tooley Street - but with no lapdancing, for now.

Waterloo streets come alive with carnival spirit

The 2006 Waterloo Carnival was the biggest and best yet, with a procession winding its way through the streets of Waterloo and an expanded Lower Marsh market.

Southwark Bridge Road firm wins business award

Southwark Bridge Road-based telecommunications firm Telinet has won the AXA Small to Medium Business Award at the National Business Awards South East Regional Finals.

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