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News & features published on 12 April 2012
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Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle - Marcus Coates

The former PriceMark 98p shop at the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre has been transformed into a temporary cinema showing an extraordinary film about one man's quest to understand the neighbourhood and what makes it tick.

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Alfred Salter statue: council seeks new location in SE16 or SE1

Southwark Council is asking local residents for their views on plans for a new statue of Bermondsey MP and social reformer Dr Alfred Salter to replace the bronze figure stolen from the SE16 riverside last November.

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Subcontractor blamed for HMS Belfast gangway collapse

The gangway leading to HMS Belfast collapsed last November because a subcontractor "cut through the structure of the gangway without sufficient support", according to a statement issued by Imperial War Museums (IWM).

Tweets on 12 April 2012

Thursday recap: HMS Belfast; Elephant & Castle 'Vision Quest' film; Alfred Salter statue latest http://t.co/P8gARF9F

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Epidemic: catching the community theatre bug with @oldvicnewvoices @oldvictunnels http://t.co/iU2RUiYU via @guardian

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London knife crime: how bad is it? http://t.co/3IdsMrap via @guardian

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RT @peterjohn6: Just seen a goose wandering along Shad Thames! Not an everyday sight!

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RT @OccupiedTimes: Our Response to the Telegraph’s Article: ‘Damien Hirst Artwork Defaced by Occupy Protesters’ | http://t.co/bwfKjSJb

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Just published - See a shamanic ritual at the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre http://t.co/sh2RnLH8

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Tomorrow morning: classical concert for babies, toddlers and children of all ages @ClassicsWMBaby in Bermondsey Street http://t.co/MIcqgbC6

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Your London: free family art workshop tomorrow at @BanksideGallery http://t.co/vYxv22WE

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BBC looking for 'Jubilee babies' at St Thomas' Hospital http://t.co/JS2kVHK1

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Shard will make SE1 "the world's most unequal neighbourhood for house prices" http://t.co/Fkeuyodi via @reuters

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Just published - Alfred Salter statue: council seeks views on new location in @SE16 or SE1 http://t.co/WrVaL4Tl

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RT @Leathermarket: There's a fantastic book sale in our main reception area today - they are here until 2.30pm - amazing prices!!

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Thameslore: Mermaids, Pirates and things that go splash in the night http://t.co/HDrnsety A South East London Folklore Society event

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The GLA is hiring a Social Media Editor http://t.co/hZxmbWVj

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Dickens, Lambeth and the River Thames - free @LambethArchives lecture tonight at Waterloo Library http://t.co/MYKEq1UQ

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Just published - Subcontractor blamed for HMS Belfast gangway collapse; ship to reopen on 18 May http://t.co/lpjpZCWd

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Thames at risk of becoming "Costa del Icon ... every tower competing to be taller & more flamboyant than the next" http://t.co/Nje7Bnr5

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RT @acorncommercial: Prime restaurant opportunity available in heart of London Bridge. For further information please contact our offices...

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London 2012 Olympics: Organisers expect crowds in the capital three times bigger than on New Year's Eve - @Telegraph http://t.co/cQLqdfWj

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RT @MPSSouthwark: Police were called to an attempted break in, in Grange Walk SE1 at 5pm. A man 32 was arrested nearby.

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