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News & features published on 3 November 2006
Sir Trevor McDonald launches Southwark community TV

Sir Trevor McDonald launched Southwark's new community television network at Tate Modern on Thursday.

Westminster Bridge's fascia-lift

The first two of Westminster Bridge's 14 cast iron fascias have been replaced as part of a major Transport for London project to preserve and improve the bridge.

Local Eritrean refugees feature in Belonging exhibition

Two Eritrean refugees living and working in Southwark and Waterloo are featured in the Belonging exhibition at the Museum of London.

A window on the world of art

A shop window on Borough High Street has been transformed into an artist's studio by local painter Dilek O'Keeffe.

Southwark's star volunteers receive awards

More than 150 people attended Volunteer Centre Southwark’s first Southwark Stars awards ceremony at Glaziers Hall near London Bridge.

Terror 2006 at the Union Theatre

If you are in the mood for some gruesome gothic horror, then don't miss Terror 2006 at the Union Theatre.

Black and Light: George Nicholson at [email protected]

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of black and white photographs that range from people groups to landscapes.

Mill Street boat blaze drama

Four fire engines and a rescue boat were called to a fire on board a houseboat at the Downings Roads moorings near St Saviour's Dock on Wednesday night.

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