The 22-year-old cyclist who was killed on Friday at the junction of Tower Bridge Road and Abbey Street has been named in the Channel Islands media as Eleanor 'Ellie' Carey from Guernsey.
Blackfriars Station's new southern ticket hall opened to passengers on Monday morning, making it the only London station with entrances on both banks of the Thames.
Monday recap: latest on Friday's fatal collision in Bermondsey plus Blackfriars Station's Bankside entrance now open http://t.co/nxjhFSsk
Google / Feedburner has decided to republish yesterday's news stories on Twitter. Sorry about that.
Just published - Cyclist killed in Tower Bridge Road on Friday named as Ellie Carey from Guernsey http://t.co/jMg6S5x0
Can you add any info to our annual forum thread on 'Pubs in SE1 open on Christmas Day'? http://t.co/36OSf89F
Blackfriars tube station reopening postponed until 26 February 2012 http://t.co/nOK2Npdo
Nice to know that @LambethArchives diligently keeps copies of our 'in SE1' publication. Copy of missing November issue will be posted ASAP!
Blackfriars Station's Bankside entrance is now open http://t.co/nOK2Npdo - and the Thames Path is open again, too
How can you take a "risk and governance manager" seriously when they send emails in Comic Sans?
Just published - Blackfriars Station's Bankside entrance now open (and the Thames Path's open again, too) http://t.co/qzZWQ4ke
The new Blackfriars station (for Bankside and South Bank) is now open http://t.co/sxfo4m32
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