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Tuesday 4 April 2006

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News & features published on 4 April 2006
30,000 Community Fund: where did the money go?

Back in December we reported on an opportunity for local groups to apply for grants from Southwark's Community Fund. Find out how it's being spent.

Tony Blair visits City Hall for Olympics launch

The Prime Minister came to SE1 on Tuesday morning to join Ken Livingstone in launching the London's Challenge for 2012 document.

Body Shop global HQ sold for 43 million

New City Court in St Thomas' Street has been acquired by Great Portland Estates for 43 million. Its current tenants include the Body Shop.

Shakespeare and Co at The Mudlark

Streetwise Productions is back on Bankside with a new fast-moving production called Shakespeare and Co.

Savoy Hotel adopts Thames foreshore

The Savoy Hotel has joined environmental charity Thames21's Adopt-A-River scheme and carried out its first river clean-up on the South Bank on Monday.

Shard's little sister wins planning permission

Renzo Piano's 'gem' building for the site between Borough High Street and London Bridge station has been granted planning consent by Southwark Council.

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