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Friday 3 January 2014

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News & features published on 3 January 2014
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Police ban persistent beggars, rough sleepers and shoplifters from Waterloo Station

Network Rail and British Transport Police officers are handing legal notices to persistent beggars and shoplifters revoking their permission to enter Waterloo Station.

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Guy's and St Thomas' staff banned from smoking on hospital sites

Staff at SE1's two NHS hospitals have been banned from smoking on the hospital campuses.

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Charles Dickens and Grange primary schools to expand

Southwark Council is to press ahead with plans to expand Charles Dickens Primary School and Grange Primary School to two forms of entry.

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TfL announces plans for Tower Bridge Road & Abbey Street junction

Transport for London will this month hold a public consultation on plans for new pedestrian crossings and cycle routes at the junction of Tower Bridge Road and Abbey Street.

Tweets on 3 January 2014

Friday recap: Tower Bridge Road pedestrian crossings plan + 2 primary schools to expand + smoking banned at hospitals se1.info/1a6sPB9

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Residue of boiled-down Coca Cola presented in heaped mounds, taking on the appearance of geological remains se1.info/1d6rTz0

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The Ornamental Passions blog writes about the Revolving Torsion fountain at St Thomas' Hospital: ornamentalpassions.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/st-tho…

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Sensible measure or draconian tool open to abuse? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7309

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Just published - Police ban persistent beggars, rough sleepers and shoplifters from Waterloo Station goo.gl/fb/cVnDE

via Google

Real or fake? Picture of South Bank 'ghost' on New Year's Eve mirr.im/1l7uiLN via @DailyMirror

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Just published - Guy's and St Thomas' @GSTTnhs staff banned from smoking on hospital sites goo.gl/fb/CPbzr

via Google

TfL planning pedestrian/cycling/"urban realm" improvements at Borough High Street / St Thomas Street junction late 2014 / early 2015

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Just published - Charles Dickens and Grange primary schools to expand goo.gl/fb/aEhBx

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John_Slavin A German U-Boat at Tower Bridge in 1918. Great old picture. pic.twitter.com/wEvkz7X32E

via web (retweeted on 4:01 PM, Jan 3rd, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

Just published - TfL releases plans for Tower Bridge Road & Abbey Street junction; pedestrian crossings + cycle route goo.gl/fb/MkLHX

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andrewtghill Picturesque puddles nr London's Millennium Bridge. Wasn't this bit of Bankside resurfaced (twice) in 2012-13? pic.twitter.com/DWudqvW8BD

via UberSocial for BlackBerry (retweeted on 3:17 PM, Jan 3rd, 2014 via Twitter for Mac)

Forster_Comms January sky from Red Cross Garden, one of the hidden gems around Bankside and just a few minutes walk from our office pic.twitter.com/Kky71WoMMt

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 3:16 PM, Jan 3rd, 2014 via Twitter for Mac)

This Sunday - Rare opportunity to ride a train between Charing Cross and Cannon Street pic.twitter.com/BX6kuF4z0l

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WaterAidUK Celebrate clean water on first Monday of 2014 (6 Jan) with ! 7.45-8.30am, Potters Field London SE1 2AA with @rpoonline

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:03 PM, Jan 3rd, 2014 via Twitter for Mac)

[Job vacancy] Office Administrator se1.info/1euJ3TW

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Public meeting about local policing in Southwark with @MOPACLdn: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

via Twitter for Mac

Job vacancies posted on 3 January 2014
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