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News & features published on 8 May 2013
Lib Dems call for compulsory purchase of Elephant shopping centre

Opposition Liberal Democrat councillors in Southwark have called on the borough's Labour administration to initiate compulsory purchase order proceedings to ensure the full-scale redevelopment of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre.

Southbank Centre launches summer-long Festival of Neighbourhood

Southbank Centre's summer festival this year will celebrate the idea of neighbourhood and explore the concept of what makes a good neighbourhood and what it means to be a good neighbour.

News International could swap Wapping for London Bridge

The owners of The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun could move their London offices to the 'baby Shard' development at London Bridge.

Newly discovered photos of Florence Nightingale go on show

Two rare photographs of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale have gone on display at a South Bank museum this week.

Headteacher appointed to "game-changing" Waterloo maths school

Dan Abramson has been appointed as the first head of the new King's College London Mathematics School which is due to open in Waterloo next autumn.

Tweets on 8 May 2013

Tomorrow is Ascension Day - @southwarkcathed will begin with hymn-singing at the top of the tower at 7.30am

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Wednesday recap: is Murdoch moving to SE1? + Florence Nightingale rare photos + head appointed for elite maths school

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[Forum] Vandalised trees in The Cut

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Down and out: Lives of tramps and vagrants 1750-1950 - talk tomorrow at @florencemuseum

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Anglo-Russian Victory Day Act of Remembrance at Soviet War Memorial in GMH Park tomorrow morning

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An inquest has opened into the death of cyclist Ellie Carey in Tower Bridge Road

via Twitter for iPhone

Political editor @bbcnickrobinson filmed a piece to camera for his report on the Queen's Speech in Royal Street Waterloo SE1

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RT @LauraElDavidson: Man in full highland dress on Boris bike navigating Elephant and Castle roundabout.

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RT @SW_Trains Due to a fault, clocks at Waterloo are 10 minutes fast. The problem is being looked into & we hope to have this rectified soon

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Just published - Southwark Lib Dems call for compulsory purchase of Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre

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[Forum] Accident at Bricklayers Arms flyover

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Just published - @SouthbankCentre launches summer-long Festival of Neighbourhood

via Google

Just published - News International could swap Wapping for London Bridge

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If you want to make representations about @tidewaytunnel #supersewer, there's a presentation tonight @glaziershall

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benmason Lost your keys between Kennngton and Elephant? cc @se1 @se17

via Photos on iOS (retweeted on 1:45 PM, May 8th, 2013 via Twitter for Mac)

Just published - Newly discovered photos of Florence Nightingale go on show at @FlorenceMuseum

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Just published - Dan Abramson appointed head of @KingsCollegeLon maths sixth form free school in Waterloo

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[Job vacancy] Development manager, @LBubble

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Deaf flautist Ruth Montgomery will be giving a lunchtime recital at Guy's Hospital with @BreatheAHR #deaf2013

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Planning Inspectorate holding @ThamesTunnel #supersewer drop-in today at @LB_Southwark Tooley Street

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Jimmy Mizen memorial service at St George's Cathedral Southwark this Friday via @eveningstandard

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Job vacancies posted on 8 May 2013
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