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Monday 12 December 2011

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News & features published on 12 December 2011
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Jim Carter presents landscape photography prize at National Theatre

Downton Abbey star Jim Carter visited the National Theatre last week for the opening of the 'Take a View: Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011' exhibition.

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Life sentence for man who killed his two children at Empire Square

62-year-old Jean Say has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of his eight-year-old daughter Regina and 10-year-old son Rolls at his home in Empire Square.

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Canon Bruce Saunders to be sub-dean of Southwark Cathedral

Canon Bruce Saunders has been appointed as sub-dean of Southwark Cathedral.

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Southwark could hold full council meetings in Tooley Street foyer

Full meetings of Southwark Council could be held in the atrium of the council's Tooley Street office building, according to a report to be agreed by the borough's cabinet this week.

Tweets on 12 December 2011

The Shard from Parliament Hill http://t.co/rLnmRIhR

via Flickr

Barriers in Tooley Street blown over in high wind http://t.co/QZs6MjVT

via bitly

Monday recap: Man jailed for Empire Square double murder; More council meetings @ Tooley St; New Sub-Dean @ Cathedral http://t.co/WGBPRZKm

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Implications for Waterloo Action Centre > MT @LBLDemocracy: Cabinet has approved Community Hubs Report recommendations http://t.co/1MGcVfSm

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Monet's Waterloo Bridge drawing on show at Savoy hotel http://t.co/8RrwiyI3 via @guardian

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The collapsed HMS Belfast gangway will be lifted out of the water by a floating crane this Thursday [recap: http://t.co/TMcnwF01 ]

via Twitter for Mac

Irvine Sellar on the highs and lows of developing The Shard - fascinating @propertyweek podcast with @thejamesmax http://t.co/oCKG2Mvl

via Downcast

Entertainment and refreshments at @southwarkcolleg winter fayre http://t.co/pjMwIlFr

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Phone call of the day: national TV news programme rings to ask if it's true that there are lots of boarded-up shops in Peckham @SE15

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Downton Abbey's Jim Carter presents landscape photography prize at @NationalTheatre http://t.co/3pxFgaV9

via Google

Just published - Jean Say sentenced to life in prison for murdering his children at Empire Square, Borough http://t.co/VuOdQLCT

via Google

Just published - Canon Bruce Saunders to be sub-dean of Southwark Cathedral http://t.co/xA0UYyqg

via Google

Tate Modern >> @LondonFire: The small fire at the art gallery on the Bankside, SE1 has been brought under control.

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Southwark could hold @councilassembly meetings in Tooley Street foyer http://t.co/5WhQQZs3

via Google

RT @LondonFire: Just sent 2 fire engines to investigate reports of a small kitchen fire in a gallery on the Bankside, Southwark SE1.

via Twitter for Mac

Empire Square murders >> @stepholiverSky: In court for sentencing of jean #say who murdered his two children in #southwark

via Twitter for Mac

Winter Fayre at @southwarkcolleg in The Cut from 5pm http://t.co/pjMwIlFr - find out about free courses in 2012

via Twitter for Mac

Olympics are delaying safety work on road where my Ellie died http://t.co/O5BnivCw via @standardnews #cycledeaths

via Byline

Check out the #supersewer exhibition at @southbankcentre today and tomorrow http://t.co/5Mveozte

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Sir Terence Conran urges Southwark Council & Network Rail to save Victorian buildings at London Bridge http://t.co/Nuwhlcyy

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[Forum] Venue needed for Charity Fundraiser (Pub Quiz) http://t.co/5jeagkNW cc @BetterBankside

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