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News & features published on 6 June 2012
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Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant

Thanks to the reader who sent in these great pictures of Sunday's momentous river pageant to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Tweets on 6 June 2012

Hounslow Council denies support for Waterloo-Heathrow train plan http://t.co/7CuETvc0 via @hounslowchron

via bitly

Queen Victoria's verdict on Southwark during her Diamond Jubilee procession: "the decorations there were very pretty" http://t.co/fKzVkzWr

via bitly

Our @riverpageant @storify selection of videos now augmented by some great photos from reader who asked not to be named http://t.co/H9WXgLHh

via bitly

[Forum] Mugging on Tooley Street http://t.co/6km87HKI

via bitly

People still uploading videos of @riverpageant; we've tried to select some that capture the event on our bit of river: http://t.co/gr5Ygtmw

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - The @riverpageant: a @storify collection of videos & pics from the SE1 bit of the river http://t.co/ZNUQG2n4

via Google

Part 2 of the Ships & Boats in London blog's great round-up of the Avenue of Sail @RiverPageant http://t.co/xc51QNvX

via bitly

If you've parked your bike on Duke Street Hill (London Bridge) you need to remove it by the end of the week http://t.co/0iMRTBGT

via Twitter for Mac

@ValShawcross Yes can confirm this - bike with detached pedal was in Colombo Street dock for days; by time bike removed pedal hd been stolen

via Twitter for Mac in reply to ValShawcross

MT @roadcc: If you see a determined looking six year old cycling towards Tower Bridge give him a wave http://t.co/VrdhTNIN

via Twitter for Mac

Booking now open for free Birra Moretti pizza-making masterclasses in Potters Fields Park 28/29 June: http://t.co/GX2bdOgu

via Twitter for Mac

RT @BetterBankside: Network Rail postpones 7th June Olympic Test Day at London Bridge Station, new date tbc

via Twitter for Mac

RT @yesteeyear: Today in 1921, The Southwark Bridge in London, is opened for traffic by King George V and Queen Mary. #History

via Twitter for Mac

RT @LDNHyperlocal: London #Hyperlocal - Top Ten Sites by Twitter Followers and Membership http://t.co/n2pVKh5X

via Twitter for Mac

Pre-Globe Shakespeare theatre unearthed in London http://t.co/hBbfOXnr via @Independent

via Tweet Button

Southwark LGBT Network tonight at @woolfsonandtay - guest speaker is @therealgokwan http://t.co/l9EguEmc

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The queue to get in to the Rolf Harris & Anneka Rice diamond jubilee exhibition at @oldvictunnels http://t.co/M0KFYoFk

via Camera on iOS

Caters shop in this 1950 picture of The Cut is now Caffe Nero http://t.co/KbjqynOk via @LdnMetArchives

via Twitter for Mac

Market stalls in The Cut, 1950 http://t.co/KbjqynOk (shop on far left is Co-op soon to open as Sainsbury's Local) via @LdnMetArchives

via Twitter for Mac

Bermondsey Street's @Jose_Pizarro is featured in @MetroUK today http://t.co/LgUcJq3g

via Tweet Button

Lower Marsh: Waterloo, 1950 - photo from @LdnMetArchives http://t.co/T2cqvWmW

via Flickr

Much Ado About Nothing: free open-air theatre today, tomorrow & Friday at the Scoop with @grassrootsLON http://t.co/A2ee61sS

via bitly

Old Southwark in the Blitz - guided walk this Sunday http://t.co/ulMmg0d0

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Yesterday's Red Arrows flypast seen from @Tate Modern http://t.co/RRmHlpi9

via Twitter for Mac

"A spokeswoman for @Tate Modern said more than 28,000 people visited on Sunday, almost twice the normal number" http://t.co/ELN84t3n

via bitly

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