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Tuesday 17 July 2012

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News & features published on 17 July 2012
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Practical Law Company helps Lambeth and Southwark students onto career ladder

Last week 40 students from schools in Southwark and Lambeth visited the Practical Law Company's offices in Hatfields for two careers events.

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Waterloo Station's balcony shops now open

A new balcony lined with shops and restaurants has opened above the concourse of Waterloo Station.

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Green flags for Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park and Leathermarket Gardens

Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park and Leathermarket Gardens have been awarded Green Flag status by the Keep Britain Tidy organisation. Several other SE1 parks have retained the Green Flag status earned in previous years.

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Lambeth Council crushes ice cream van seized on Westminster Bridge

In a bid to highlight the consequences of unlicensed street trading Lambeth Council has crushed an ice cream van seized on Westminster Bridge.

Tweets on 17 July 2012

Tuesday recap: Waterloo Station balcony now open; green flags for SE1 parks; ice cream van crushed http://t.co/S3wKr5ya

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@shiponhighseas current trust chair is the GLA facilities manager. Until fairly recently it was @Riverside_Nick

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to shiponhighseas

MT @SouthLondonJobs: Shard Visitor Centre has 50 #jobs available - you MUST live in #Southwark. For details visit @LondonBridgeJCP

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#twentytwelve For a real-life saga involving Potters Fields Park Management Trust have a read of this #foi response http://t.co/FpGEphf2

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Never thought that the Potters Fields Park Management Trust would be featured in a TV comedy

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#twentytwelve in Potters Fields Park

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Postal Services in SE1 and SE16 - meeting with Government minister tomorrow http://t.co/8N6jayEt

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Build a giant city out of clay at @morleygallery this week and next http://t.co/feVtpndA

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Revealing the River Neckinger guided walk tomorrow http://t.co/cUEcuVSJ

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Just published - @PracticalLawUK helps Lambeth and Southwark students onto career ladder @peterjohn6 http://t.co/ew0BDA23

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Just published - Waterloo Station's balcony shops now open http://t.co/lvZVSD0s

via Google

Tate Modern director Chris Dercon live chat on @guardian website Thursday 1pm-2pm: post your questions now http://t.co/7YCENigT

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Just published - Green flags for Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park and Leathermarket Gardens http://t.co/AciurVS8

via Google

Just published - Lambeth Council crushes ice cream van seized on Westminster Bridge @jackhopkins_lab @cllr_robbins http://t.co/A5ng3l8k

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Songs of Love and Loss - lunchtime #waterloofestival recital http://t.co/KJhJxiit - tickets £5

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Coffee machine stolen from @Terryscafe1 in Great Suffolk Street http://t.co/3u61cp4p via @danfellows

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Royal Mail in SE1 and SE16: meeting tomorrow with Simon Hughes and postal services minister Norman Lamb http://t.co/8N6jayEt

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Last day of the #waterloofestival - three more events today http://t.co/Qbhu9vZS

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@lb_southwark Have you looked at the map? Bricklayers Arms and Burgess Park are the wrong way round

via Twitter for Mac in reply to lb_southwark

Free Nature Valley granola bars at Waterloo Station

via Twitter for iPhone

"Ecclesiastical eyesore destroys view of Shard!" http://t.co/34hDD3SN

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