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Tuesday 19 March 2013

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News & features published on 19 March 2013
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David Cameron at HMS Belfast for Arctic Star medal reception

40 veterans and their families joined prime minister David Cameron at a reception on board HMS Belfast on Tuesday following the Arctic Star medal presentation at Downing Street.

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Explorers climb cathedral tower to make Scout promise

Eight members of a new Explorer Scout Unit based in Bermondsey climbed the tower of Southwark Cathedral last week to make their Scout promises.

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Foster & Partners Albert Embankment towers get green light

Three new towers ranging from 15 to 27 storeys in height are to be built on Albert Embankment after Lambeth's planning applications committee unanimously approved a scheme by Foster & Partners.

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NatWest promises to put the bank into Bankside with new branch

The NatWest bank is to open a new branch at Bankside Mix in Southwark Street.

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Police seize pirate DVDs, drugs and cash at SE1 address

Five men were arrested by the Metropolitan Police's territorial support group on Friday as part of a multi-agency investigation into the production and distribution of counterfeit DVDs.

Tweets on 19 March 2013

Tuesday recap: five news stories published today http://t.co/rW1z3ifGw4

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Butler's Wharf 1994 and 2012 http://t.co/mz6RWPypCN

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Mudlarking and Making workshop on the Thames foreshore by Millennium Bridge this Saturday with @sitecurious http://t.co/AC4vH7cIpp

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iPlayer - BBC4 documentary on Bermondsey-based artist Norman Ackroyd: http://t.co/5TvcelfxY7 via @philwbass

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Incandescent: Philip Vaughan’s fury after Hayward Gallery switches off Neon Tower light sculpture http://t.co/DJkh7hSHp0 via @Independent

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Shard glass panels to be replaced for 'cosmetic' reasons http://t.co/cCFmhgukI0 via @london24

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Just published - David Cameron at HMS Belfast for Arctic Star medal reception http://t.co/I78Pjj9NME

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Just published - Explorers climb @southwarkcathed tower to make Scout promise http://t.co/hzQ9tW1KZX

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Just published - Foster & Partners Albert Embankment towers get green light; developer St James to move HQ to SE1 http://t.co/Y1MTJfrf2I

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Tomorrow: tea, cake and info on local environmental volunteering opportunities with @BOSTSE1 at Red Cross Garden http://t.co/0Zt4uWfZ91

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Just published - NatWest promises to put the bank into Bankside with new Southwark Street branch http://t.co/9tTlfpORBW

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Just published - Police seize pirate DVDs, drugs and cash at SE1 address http://t.co/RZ6hZljb5U

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Boris Johnson: It’s time for Bakerloo line extension to Peckham http://t.co/7Edy9d1EUa via @eveningstandard

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RT @peterjohn6: Delighted that HRH Princess Anne is at 160 Tooley St to participate in a Commonwealth leadership event.

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Outside London Bridge station they are handing out vouchers for a free croissant worth 1.80 from @euphoriumbakery in Tesco Metro Tooley St

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A glimpse inside Shad Thames Pumping Station http://t.co/cr2KOch6jX

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The Princess Royal is visiting Southwark Council HQ in Tooley Street today

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Classic Princess Diana dresses up for auction in Bermondsey at @KerryTaylorAuct http://t.co/39LJnG0k8d

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