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Monday 29 July 2002

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News & features published on 29 July 2002
Southwark by the Sea ... in Mint Street Park

SE1 residents will be given the chance to spend a lovely day out at the beach this Saturday, without leaving the Borough.

600 sign Bermondsey Square petition

The full text of a letter sent by Bermondsey organisations to Southwark Council leader accompanying the petition of over 600 signatures against the Urban Catalyst development plans for Bermondsey Square.

New start for troubled Elephant plans

Southwark Council last week outlined the new timetable for the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle.

Queen opens City Hall

The Queen, accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, last week officially opened the new home of London government, City Hall as part of the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations. But the Prince Philip didn't think much of the view...

Prescott calls in London Bridge Tower decision

The developers of the controversial London Bridge Tower last week received a letter from the Government Office for London advising that the deputy prime minister John Prescott has decided to call-in its application for his own decision.

Alive from Palestine at the Young Vic

Newspaper stories often gloss over or hide personal tales of suffering or heroism. The characters in this unusual play fight to emerge from written texts by spoken words of resistance, anger, longing or flights of fancy.

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