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Tuesday 31 January 2012

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News & features published on 31 January 2012
Asda Old Kent Road donates £500 to winter night shelter charity

A supermarket worker who took part in a sponsored sleepout in aid of a winter night shelter for homeless people in South London has received a £500 donation from her employers at Asda Old Kent Road.

Blackfriars Settlement's Art2Print project praised in House of Lords

A Southwark-based social enterprise that employs people with mental health problems and trains them in design and print has been praised in a House of Lords debate.

'No excuse' for failings of ex-Southern Cross care home says new owner

The new owner of a former Southern Cross care home at Bricklayers Arms says it is "working very hard" to improve the quality of its service after the publication of a highly critical report by the Care Quality Commission.

Bartholomew Street takeaway fined for cockroach infestation

The former owner and manager of the Jasmine Garden and Red Planet Pizza takeaway near Bricklayers Arms has pleaded guilty to a series of food safety offences after a cockroach was found in a Chinese meal ordered for a meeting of company directors.

Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony held in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park

The Mayor of Southwark hosted the borough's Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations at the Imperial War Museum and Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park on Friday.

Eveline Lowe School reborn as Phoenix Primary School

Earlier this month the Mayor of Southwark visited Phoenix Primary School for the official opening of the renamed and rebuilt school.

Tweets on 31 January 2012

Tuesday recap: six local news stories published today plus all today's forum topics at a glance -

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London 2012 Olympics: Do we love the Jubilee Line?

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Nurses face eviction from SE1 hospital housing via @guardian

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Just published - @Asda Old Kent Road store donates £500 to @RobesProject winter night shelter for homeless people

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Just published - Blackfriars Settlement's Art2Print social enterprise praised in House of Lords #socent

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Just published - 'No excuse' for failings of former Southern Cross Tower Bridge Care Home says new owner @HC_One

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@duncr @cath_mcdonald Apparently the Phoenix name was chosen in a competition, but I can't help thinking it's rather bland/generic

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Just published - Council officers found "a significant accumulation of dead and live cockroaches" in an SE1 takeaway

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Just published - Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony held in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park #hmd2012

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Just published - Eveline Lowe School reborn as Phoenix Primary School - "an important new chapter" say @cath_mcdonald

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Anorexic doctor at Evelina Children's Hospital weighed just 3st 11lb when she died

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RT @PeteBSW1: @royalacademy's ambitious plans for rebuilding post-war London. Published 1942. Wonderful illustrations

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Wanted: IT tutor to teach web basics to over-60s at Southwark Irish Pensioners Project

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Two night-time views of SE1 from Guy's Hospital

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RT @andycannell: It's snowing on southwark bridge

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@citycyclists It was not previous a toucan crossing but was used that way by most. See @KenningtonPOB blog here:

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Tonight @SouthbankCentre: free debate on power and the public with @guardian editor @arusbridger & Jude Kelly

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