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News & features published on 24 May 2010
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Prince of Wales at BFI IMAX for Arabia 3D premiere

Prince Charles was the guest of honour at the royal premiere of Arabia 3D at BFI IMAX in Waterloo on Monday night.

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100+ Lambeth and Southwark children audition for The Railway Children at Waterloo

More than 100 children from Lambeth and Southwark aged between 9 and 16 auditioned to perform in the support cast for the production of The Railway Children at the old Waterloo Eurostar station on Saturday.

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Court of Appeal dismisses legal challenge to Doon Street Tower

Plans for 329 private homes in a 44-storey tower on the South Bank - and a public swimming pool and leisure centre - could now go ahead after the Court of Appeal dismissed a legal challenge by local resident William Ashton.

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Redcross Way improvements unveiled

The redesigned Redcross Way, with raised carriageway, trees and cycle parking, has been officially opened.

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Woolfson & Tay bookshop and gallery to open at Bermondsey Square

Book lovers will welcome Bermondsey Square's newest tenant - a combined bookshop, cafe and gallery space which is due to open in September.

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Ditch at The Old Vic Tunnels

Beth Steel's Ditch, premiered last month at the HighTide Festival in Suffolk, has transferred to The Old Vic Tunnels.

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