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News & features published on 28 March 2008
Don't sign Berkeley Homes deal on Potters Fields says Hill backer

The man behind The Hill proposal for a grass-covered cultural centre at Potters Fields has called on Southwark Council to delay its plan to sign a deal with Berkeley Homes.

Pearly kings and queens depicted on St Thomas' Street hoarding

Images of Pearly Kings and Queens and butterflies by street artist Pure Evil have appeared on the hoardings around the former St Thomas' Church near London Bridge.

Cross River Tram route decision delayed until 2009

Transport for London has pushed back a decision on the preferred route for the Cross River Tram by 15 months to January 2009.

Transformed urology service at Guy's Hospital

The new urology service at Guy's Hospital has been officially opened by former BBC reporter Niall Dickson, chief executive of of The King's Fund, after a 3 million makeover.

Nicolas Sarkozy's Thames Clipper boat trip

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France and his wife Carla Bruni have travelled to Greenwich on the new Aurora Clipper.

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