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Tuesday 9 March 2010

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News & features published on 9 March 2010
Weston Street cyclist death: police appeal for witnesses

Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision at the junction of Weston Street and Snowsfields on Tuesday morning.

Guy's Hospital minor injuries unit now closing at 4pm

The minor injuries unit at Guy's Hospital has cut its opening hours by four hours a day for the next two months so that staff can be transferred to St Thomas' Hospital's overstretched accident and emergency department.

Tate Modern hit by civil service strike

Almost 400 striking civil servants gathered at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park prior to a march to Westminster.

Boris Johnson at London Bridge to launch busking competition

Mayor of London Boris Johnson visited London Bridge Station on Tuesday morning to launch a competition to find the capital's most talented buskers.

UNISON's South Bank guerrilla projection highlights public sector cuts

The derelict York House opposite St Thomas' Hospital was one of the buildings chosen by UNISON for its guerrilla film projections on Monday night to bring to life the impact of the likely cuts in public sector funding.

Cyclist killed at junction of Snowsfields and Weston Street

A male cyclist, believed to be in his early 20s, has been killed in a collision with a lorry at the junction of Snowsfields and Weston Street near Guy's Hospital.

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