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News & features published on 7 November 2011
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'Waterloo needs a Lambeth MP': pensioners launch petition to Boundary Commission

Pensioners meeting at the Waterloo Action Centre have launched a petition calling on the Boundary Commission for England to rethink its plans to move Bishop's ward into the Bermondsey parliamentary constituency.

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Olympic torch will come to Southwark and Lambeth on 26 July 2012

The 2012 Olympic torch relay will pass through Southwark and Lambeth on Thursday 26 July.

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London River Park to be delayed until after Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant

Construction of a controversial floating walkway along the north bank of the Thames has been postponed until after the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant.

Tweets on 7 November 2011

@bitoclass until today, business and organisations couldn't create pages on google plus.

via HootSuite in reply to bitoclass

Councillors have approved new car club parking spaces in Holland Street and O'Meara Street in the Bankside area

via HootSuite

Near unanimous public support at Borough & Bankside community council for action over Borough High Street scaffolding http://t.co/06wID8eg

via HootSuite

Residents and cllrs at Borough & Bankside Community Council very sceptical about the impact (& costs) of the Olympics on the local area

via HootSuite

Watch @bbclondonnews report on @ministryofsound's donations to @swklibdems and Simon Hughes http://t.co/dyBwZdrY

via HootSuite

Domino's Pizza seeks 3am licence at World Turned Upside Down in Old Kent Road http://t.co/KHMEW8sU (via @markgettleson)

via bitly

@LondonFBU I am writing a story about Coleman's museum closure proposal: who should I contact for comment at FBU? Thanks

via web in reply to LondonFBU

Simon Hughes MP & @tamsinomond to preach Sunday sermons at @stjohnswaterloo in Advent 'Powerful or Powerless?' series http://t.co/sRU1Mlnz

via bitly

The Thames Path in SE1 is getting a £4 million makeover in time for the Olympics; drop-in info session 4-8 today http://t.co/y1IvE52F

via bitly

Staff suspended for drug blunders and cover-up at former Southern Cross care home at Bricklayers Arms http://t.co/sTuANH0A @standardnews

via bitly

Borough & Bankside Community Council meeting tonight at @CDPS_Southwark http://t.co/MgHYC40b

via HootSuite

Just published - 'Waterloo needs a Lambeth MP': pensioners launch petition to Boundary Commission http://t.co/RYU0wATe

via Google

Southwark and Tower Hamlets councils have given permission for Olympic rings to be hung from Tower Bridge next summer http://t.co/4yxFMRfw

via bitly

Devron Callender, @abilitymedialcd: Why I should win #digitalheroes, London http://t.co/BqWsNu0Z

via HootSuite

Just published - Olympic torch will come to Southwark and Lambeth on Thursday 26 July 2012 http://t.co/J29PVulZ

via Google

The system that sends out our 'SE1 Direct' weekly email is running slowly today. You can read the latest mailing here http://t.co/kx78KyAY

via HootSuite

Just published - Thames floating walkway to be delayed until after Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant http://t.co/jSgoy470

via Google

Call for artists: Lower Marsh Public Art Commission http://t.co/idVryQDD via @artsjobs

via bitly

30% of flats in new development at corner of New Kent Road & Harper Road were sold in Singapore

via Twitter for Mac

The new @Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior ship is coming to London this week http://t.co/vMaGGhqd

via bitly

Ministry of Sound in Lib Dem donations row http://t.co/sn1nuSRO via @bbclondonnews

via Flipboard

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