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Sunday 23 January 2011

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News & features published on 23 January 2011
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EmploySE1 helps local residents to gain jobs with local firms

SE1's three business improvement districts have teamed up to launch a new service to help their member businesses recruit unemployed Southwark residents.

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RC Archbishop of Southwark preaches at Anglican Cathedral

Roman Catholic Archbishop of Southwark Peter Smith has welcomed the appointment of Christopher Chessun as the new Anglican Bishop of Southwark.

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Inquiry into Great Dover Street student tower scheme hears closing submissions

Views towards St George the Martyr in Borough High Street were at the centre of arguments in the closing session of a public inquiry into a new 17-storey development at the northern end of Great Dover Street.

Tweets on 23 January 2011

Sunday recap: Great Dover Street tower inquiry; Archbishop of Southwark at Anglican cathedral & EmploySE1 launches http://se1.info/e17K1b

via HootSuite

Carole Boyd (Lynda Snell) is performing in Waterloo next month http://se1.info/hbZl6h

via bitly

Just published - EmploySE1: @BetterBankside @TeamLondonBdg @WaterlooQuarter team up to help locals gain local jobs http://goo.gl/fb/HLB6r

via Google

The Future of Bermondsey - special Community Council meeting tomorrow http://se1.info/hdMul5

via bitly

Just published - RC Archbishop of Southwark preaches at Anglican Cathedral & welcomes new @SouthwarkCofE counterpart http://goo.gl/fb/4TTyl

via Google

Just published - Inquiry into Great Dover Street student tower scheme hears closing submissions http://goo.gl/fb/Mpd7W

via Google

Spotted: lost postman wandering back streets of Southwark with bundle of mail asking passers-by for directions

via Twitter for iPad

Video of the restoration of the Waterloo subway poem http://t.co/JQu8fKm

via Twitter for Mac

The @Kennington Road / Lambeth Road junction is blocked due to an accident

via Twitter for Mac

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