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Wednesday 5 December 2012

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News & features published on 5 December 2012
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Man charged with attempted murder after Tabard Street stabbing

Detectives investigating a serious assault in Tabard Street in March this year have charged a man with attempted murder.

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Southwark schoolgirls put MPs and peers to shame in consumer quiz

Pupils from St Saviour's and St Olave's School at Bricklayers Arms have won a quiz held at the Palace of Westminster, comprehensively beating members of the House of Commons and House of Lords.

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Food, fighting, sex and theatre in Elizabethan Southwark

"If you want a day out, a night out, fun in the 1590s, the place you come to is Southwark," said British Museum director Neil MacGregor when speaking about the Elizabethan years.

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Dusty the kitten rescued by Southwark bin man

Waste and recycling firm Veolia is appealing for the owner of a small black kitten found in a bin store near the New Kent Road to come forward.

Tweets on 5 December 2012

Wednesday recap: Bin man rescues kitten, plus other news http://t.co/DpQOiu8C

via HootSuite

Today's the 1st anniversary of the opening of the Bankside entrance to Blackfriars Station: http://t.co/nOJYfP4e Has it changed your life?

via HootSuite

Just published - Man charged with attempted murder after Tabard Street stabbing http://t.co/g3AyWWxO

via Google

The @BoroughMarket Christmas lights switch-on at 6.30 at end of @BetterBankside Christingle service @SouthwarkCathed http://t.co/k7Hf6sJI

via bitly

Most other main roads in SE1 are TfL red routes.

via Twitter for Mac

Streets to be gritted by @LB_Southwark tonight include Southwark Bridge Road, Newington Causeway, Long Lane, Abbey Street, Borough Road

via Twitter for Mac

Join Mayor of Southwark, @SingPurley and @SurreyHarmony at @CabriniCharity carol concert Thursday St George's Cathedral http://t.co/UdFyRQkF

via bitly

Pedal powered Christmas trees come to @southbankcentre courtesy of @electricpedals http://t.co/EEcZiej1 via @roadcc

via Tweet Button

One performance only: Pop Up Panto - Snow White at @oldvictheatre with @oldvicnewvoices http://t.co/P9F0oXVp

via bitly

Cat found in Newcomen Street area http://t.co/ryNLgKH9

via Camera on iOS

Kraftwerk to perform in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern: http://t.co/BKtNqPgR

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Southwark schoolgirls put MPs and peers to shame in consumer quiz http://t.co/fPsU2iAP

via Google

Just published - Food, fighting, sex and theatre: Neil MacGregor talks about Elizabethan Bankside at @southwarkcathed http://t.co/008NP5rx

via Google

Cinderella Ella Ella local panto starts today: http://t.co/bNJYNgJ9

via HootSuite

Anyone near New Kent Road missing a kitten? http://t.co/tDhkVs3X

via HootSuite

Friends of Guy's Hospital Christmas Fair this morning in Atrium 1 http://t.co/yNpGF8My

via HootSuite

Just published - Dusty the kitten rescued by Southwark bin man @Veolia_ES_UK http://t.co/pQVrf2V3

via Google

#myLondon calling: From a light show on Millennium Bridge to an 'invisible' double decker http://t.co/MhIUXZs5 via @MailOnline

via HootSuite

Tate says that the Tanks at Tate Modern have brought a "new and younger audience" to the gallery

via HootSuite

The Dean of St George's Cathedral has been granted the freedom of the City of London http://t.co/2PxRVW5x

via bitly

Waterloo Station remains the busiest @BarclaysCycle docking station in London with nearly 26,000 trips during October.

via Twitter for Mac

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