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News & features published on 22 June 2008
Celebs at Southwark Cathedral for Rolling Stone daughter's wedding

A large crowd watched singer Leah Wood and Jack MacDonald leave Southwark Cathedral after their wedding on Saturday afternoon.

Anti-racism march from Tooley Street to Trafalgar Square

Several thousand people joined an anti-racism demonstation in Tooley Street.

Disabled patients picket hospital open day

Disabled patients picketed St Thomas' Hospital's open day on Saturday in protest at being denied patient transport.

The Merry Wives of Windsor at Shakespeare's Globe

That 'there's nothing new in show business' is well demonstrated in Christopher Luscombe's new production on Bankside.

Tony Hart opens Art House at Cathedral School

Veteran TV artist Tony Hart and young celebrity artist Stephen Wiltshire performed the opening ceremony at Cathedral School's Art House.

Waterloo schoolchildren meet Tropical Forest Roadshow

Children from Johanna Primary School in Waterloo have met some live creatures at Oxo Tower Wharf.

Little Black Dress at the Fashion & Textile Museum

More than sixty little black dresses, some famous, feature in a new exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum.

Tabard Gardens stabbing: teenager charged with attempted murder

A 16-year-old boy from Catford was charged on Saturday with attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of a 14-year-old boy in Great Dover Street last Tuesday.

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