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Friday 7 October 2011

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News & features published on 7 October 2011
Cyclist injured in Blackfriars Road scooter collision

A cyclist was taken to hospital after a collision between a pedal cycle and a motor scooter at the junction of Blackfriars Road and The Cut on Friday evening.

Union highlights 'poverty pay' for cleaners at London South Bank University

Trade union activists held a rally outside London South Bank University on Friday lunchtime to draw attention to the low pay received by cleaners at the university.

Lower Marsh Market: a new era begins

Celebrations were held in Lower Marsh on Thursday evening to mark the relaunch of Lower Marsh Market.

St Mungo's Great Guildford Street hostel to be rebuilt

The go-ahead has been given for a major modernisation of a hostel for homeless people in Great Guildford Street.

Tweets on 7 October 2011

Friday recap: 'Living Wage' demo at LSBU; @stmungos hostel rebuild approved & Lower Marsh Market relaunched

via HootSuite

Just published - Cyclist injured in Blackfriars Road scooter collision

via Google

RT @Richard_001: Measuring up tree pits ready for tomorrow's Pimp Your Pavement session in Spurgeon St SE1 at 10am

via Flipboard

Cyclist injured in collision outside Southwark Tube Station - reports via @jenthomasjourno & @KevinNewtonJrno

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Union highlights 'poverty pay' for cleaners at London South Bank

via Google

Union Street @LondonFire Brigade HQ changes hands in £50 million deal

via bitly

Just published - @stmungos Great Guildford Street hostel to be rebuilt

via Google

The Riverside Bookshop at Hay's Galleria is selling signed copies of Claire Tomalin's new Charles Dickens biography

via bitly

[Job vacancy] Temporary Verger/Caretaker at @stjohnswaterloo

via bitly

London South Bank University student who punched police officer and kicked at his dog in London riots spared jail

via bitly

The Princess Royal is visiting the International Maritime Organization at Albert Embankment this lunchtime

via Twitter for Mac

Obituary of Bryan McSwiney who ran St Thomas' Hospital for 12 years from 1962 via @guardian

via Tweet Button

Job vacancies posted on 7 October 2011
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