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News & features published on 17 May 2009
John Suchet launches new service at St Thomas' Hospital eye department

Newscaster John Suchet has opened an access technology room for visually impaired patients at St Thomas' Hospital.

Two artists still in running to design Mary Seacole memorial at St Thomas' Hospital

Bill Woodrow and Martin Jennings have been selected from a shortlist of eight artists to create a memorial to Jamaican-born Crimean war nurse Mary Seacole outside St Thomas' Hospital.

BBC launches remote-control art installation in South Bank railway arch

The BBC Blast Studio is an interactive art installation in a railway arch at Hungerford Bridge that will allow young people (and the not-so-young) to create a piece of collaborative work in real-time over the internet.

Deputy Mayor of London opens Remploy's Waterloo branch

Remploy, the state-owned firm that finds jobs for people with disabilities, has opened a branch near Southwark tube station.

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