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Wednesday 3 October 2012

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News & features published on 3 October 2012
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5-year-old killed in St George's Road collision

A 5-year-old boy was killed on Wednesday afternoon in a collision with a lorry as he crossed St George's Road near Elephant & Castle.

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Cathedral to host second charity sleepout in aid of night shelter

Southwark Cathedral is to host a second charity sleepout this winter after the inaugural event last year raised 60,000 for a south London night shelter project.

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Crackdown on dangerous drivers and cyclists at key Southwark junction

Cyclists who jump red lights and motorists who stop in areas reserved for cyclists were targeted in a joint operation by the Metropolitan Police and Southwark Council last week.

Tweets on 3 October 2012

Latest: Lorry driver arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after boy is killed in St George's Rd http://t.co/sMz9divy

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Exploring SE1 in this iPhone and iPad app is quite fun: http://t.co/5Mrl36pw

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Hopefully the missing panel on the Borough War Memorial will be restored in time for Remembrance Sunday

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Just published - 5-year-old killed in St George's Road collision http://t.co/QaneXsM7

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TfL launches consultation on Lambeth Bridge northern roundabout http://t.co/9EDFWl10

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5-year-old boy killed in collision with lorry in St George's Road this afternoon http://t.co/utXHHDJs via @lbc973

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RT @TfLTrafficNews: Waterloo Road s/b on approach to St Georges Circus is partially blocked following accident. Expect delays

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Just published - @RobesSleepout - @SouthwarkCathed to host second charity sleepout in aid of winter night shelter http://t.co/bwz9Naaw

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Just published - Crackdown on dangerous drivers and cyclists at key Southwark junction http://t.co/Zkk1bCOF

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Accident in St George's Road; traffic on diversion

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@londoneating Yes, it's called The Kitchen now http://t.co/uW7KUZg5 (why do so many places have such lame names?)

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Are you ready for tomorrow's Elephant & Castle poetry event? http://t.co/WtlirBg0

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Mayor of Southwark invites residents to meet the Jamaican High Commissioner this evening at 160 Tooley Street http://t.co/XblUonr9

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@coach4creatives There are plans for a makeover with lots of wooden panelling.

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Tomorrow - free bike security marking at London Bridge http://t.co/TsBThluY

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#HotelGB - "the weirdest television series of the year" http://t.co/Gdq1cacw via @guardian

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Have you picked up the October issue of 'in SE1' yet? Each copy has a money-off voucher for @BrigadeSE1 in Tooley Street.

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The old Arch One at Waterloo is going to be a Black & Blue @BlackBlueGroup steak restaurant http://t.co/Z75ipU3L (via @laraloobrush)

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Foreign students made to queue through the night in Borough High Street http://t.co/x9o99bD5

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RT @se17: Lend Lease has submitted revisions to its Heygate outline planning app, pegging the level of affordable housing proposed at 25%

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On this day 75 years ago, 20,000 people gathered in Southwark to oppose a Blackshirt march through South London http://t.co/Mq5n5IU8

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Stunning Panorama of London in 1774 http://t.co/HU7OgLQS via @PeteBSW1

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