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News & features published on 13 March 2013
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Criminal damage and burglary at St Jude's Church: police appeal

Police investigating large-scale criminal damage and burglary at St Jude's Church near Elephant & Castle on New Year's Day have released an image of the damage.

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HMS Westminster returns to Pool of London

HMS Westminster, a Royal Navy type 23 frigate, passed through Tower Bridge on Wednesday afternoon as it arrived in the Pool of London for a five-day visit.

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24-hour bike repair pitstop opens in Great Guildford Street

A 'pink pitstop' for cyclists to pump up their bike tyres or carry out basic repairs has been unveiled outside the Bankside Community Space in Great Guildford Street.

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Oasis Academy South Bank signs Government funding deal

Waterloo's new secondary school has confirmed that it is on track to welcome its first year 7 pupils this September after it signed a funding agreement with the Department for Education.

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Boris on Bakerloo line extension: "it's a deal"

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has apparently signalled his support for an extension of the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant & Castle.

Tweets on 13 March 2013

Wednesday recap: Free school on track for September launch; Boris & Bakerloo line; Bankside's pink pitstop for bikes http://t.co/n3jAkxsfEj

via HootSuite

SE1 now has 2 public bicycle pumps: @BanksidePitstop in Great Guildford St http://t.co/LrnagbCCKQ & Kennington Road http://t.co/9611jfKlo5

via HootSuite

Just published - Large-scale criminal damage at St Jude's Church on New Year's Day: police appeal for information http://t.co/zeea0JDsk7

via Google

Just published - HMS Westminster returns to Pool of London http://t.co/Rcw8xeQu6p

via Google

Just had a delicious coffee from new @BlankCanvasCafe in Southwark Street - see Gagarin Square plans too http://t.co/RvUQRtaZ7h

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - @betterbankside opens 24-hour cycle repair pitstop in Great Guildford Street with @cyclehoop http://t.co/DQcWosMICj

via Google

AUDIO: French ‘spider-man’ Alain Robert won't climb The Shard http://t.co/3U8o3VbmOp via @bbcnewsvideo

via Tweetbot for Mac

In an hour's time Tower Bridge will lift for the arrival of HMS Westminster - see pic of previous visit by frigate: http://t.co/txtms3AIwY

via Twitter for Mac

Always wary of PR firms who can't get their client's name right.

via Twitter for Mac

New electric vehicle charging points are going to be installed on Park Street, Holland Street, Copperfield Street and Scovell Road SE1

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - @oasissouthbank free school signs Government funding agreement & confirms Westminster Bridge Rd site http://t.co/OFnsai3BrB

via Google

Just published - "It's a deal" - council leader secures Boris support for Bakerloo line extension ... in Cannes http://t.co/OgfaM0tE7R

via Google

Workhouse exhibition @florencemuseum reveals hardship and disease from a not-so-distant past http://t.co/iQYn75ejul via @guardian

via Tweet Button

Still time to book for Superfoods and Heart Disease lunchtime lecture #feedyourmind http://t.co/G4HjK42lyY

via bitly

Metro's special Shard offer of £60 for 2 isn't such a great deal when advance tickets are normally £24.95 each http://t.co/94LP1H1ckT

via Camera on iOS

@MayorWatch Did you see this in the House of Lords last night re delegation of Mayoral planning decisions? http://t.co/zATtCU5fJJ

via Twitter for Mac in reply to MayorWatch

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