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News & features published on 22 February 2016
Mayor of Lambeth opens revamped Sainsbury's in Waterloo Road

The Mayor of Lambeth was the guest of honour at the official re-opening of the refurbished Sainsbury's Local store in Waterloo Road on Monday.

Pedestrian hit by truck in Blackfriars Road

A woman was rushed to hospital on Monday afternoon after she was hit by a tipper truck in Blackfriars Road.

Tweets on 22 February 2016

Citi bank - sponsors of #gardenbridge - have put up posters like this in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur airports

via Twitter for Mac

Cllr @tom4camberwell has been using SE1 website to research his questions for @LFB_Southwark at @Sthwarkscrutiny

via Twitter for Mac

Watch live as Southwark's fire commander @LFB_Southwark answers question from councillors @Sthwarkscrutiny

via Twitter for Mac

Tune in for a live update on council housing in Southwark

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Revamped Sainsbury's in Waterloo Road opened by @MayorLBLambeth and @OasisJohanna pupils

via Google

Join @BOSTSE1 for its AGM & Celebration on Thursday at @HiltonBankside:

via Twitter for Mac

Sign installed for new 'shared space' cycle route across Elephant & Castle pedestrianised peninsula.

via Twitter for iPhone

peggy3019 @se1 Blackfriars Road closed again, crash investigators on site

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 4:58 PM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Twitter for iPhone)

TfLBusAlerts Routes 45, 63 and 100 are diverted again in both directions at Blackfriars Road, SE1 due to a traffic collision.

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 4:57 PM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Tweetbot for Mac)

Just published - Pedestrian hit by truck in Blackfriars Road

via Google

TfLBusAlerts Buses returned to normal line of route northbound but remain on diversion southbound at Blackfriars Road, SE1 due to traffic collision.

via Engagor (retweeted on 4:25 PM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Tweetbot for Mac)

Latest update from Blackfriars Road

via Twitter for Mac

Emergency vehicles leaving - Blackfriars Road may reopen soon.

via Twitter for iPhone

Blackfriars Road collision seems to have involved tipper truck and female pedestrian.

via Twitter for iPhone

Blackfriars Road remains shut due to collision. Unusually BTP rather than Met police are dealing.

via Twitter for iPhone

Air ambulance trauma team car has arrived at Blackfriars Road collision scene

via Twitter for iPhone

Collision in Blackfriars Road. Police and ambulance on scene. Casualty being lifted onto stretcher.

via Twitter for iPhone

edmedmoped .@se1 Blackfriars Road closed to traffic north of The Cut - cyclist hit by van.

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 3:48 PM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Twitter for iPhone)

@HannahQuigley I don't think so. It was worse before - the handrails are new.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to HannahQuigley

New Year fireworks set off noise and dust monitors on the Shell Centre demolition site at Waterloo

via Twitter for Mac

Artists' studios, galleries and cafes could be created underneath Waterloo Bridge:

via Twitter for Mac

MPSCathedralSgt The lads just arrested one of wards persistent shoplifters/street drinkers for shoplifting a load of meat and alcohol. @MPSSouthwark

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:12 PM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Twitter for iPhone)

Castle leisure centre could open on St George's Day / Shakespeare's birthday

via Twitter for iPhone

Waterloo Library - council seeks operator for two-year pop-up <something>:

via Twitter for Mac

Four GP practices operating from eight locations in SE1, @se17, @se5 and @se15 are planning to merge:

via Twitter for Mac

fbunational London Fire Brigade celebrates 150 years with Union Street display |

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 10:30 AM, Feb 22nd, 2016 via Tweetbot for Mac)

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