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News & features published on 7 July 2010
Kerala Carnival comes to the South Bank

The South Bank is playing host to the Kerala Carnival this week.

SE1 history at risk warns English Heritage

The derelict buildings around St George's Circus once again feature in English Heritage's annual register of historic structures at risk.

First piece of Burgess Park slavery memorial to be displayed in Potters Fields Park

A bronze sculpture by Southwark-based artist Sokari Douglas Camp is to be displayed in Potters Fields Park next to City Hall for a year.

Bermondsey boxing star David Haye opens garden named in his honour

A newly landscaped garden and play area outside Burwash House on the Kipling Estate has been named 'The Haye' in honour of the Bermondsey-born boxer who cut the ribbon to open the space on Tuesday evening.

Inquiry into "incongruous and over-dominant" Tanner Street development

The public inquiry into the proposed development on the Century House site in Tanner Street has opened at Southwark Council's Tooley Street building.

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