Dame Helen Mirren visited London Ambulance Service headquarters in Waterloo this week to meet the people behind the London Ambulance Voluntary Responder Group and learn how to save a life.
Transport for London has said that a new traffic light system which gives cyclists an 'early start' to move away from junctions ahead of motor traffic could potentially be installed at Blackfriars Bridge if a trial in East London proves successful.
Southbank Centre has announced that it is raising funds for a £43 million refurbishment of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery complex.
Thursday recap: today's news stories http://t.co/RusrxZtQ
Just published - Dame Helen Mirren learns lifesaving skills at Waterloo ambulance HQ http://t.co/tmEKK14H
@mattmatt73 Did you see our earlier tweet about this? In the last hour or so
Nando's is planning to open a restaurant in this tucked away yard next to Palestra in Blackfriars Road http://t.co/7uhu6Sk1
RT @LondonFire: We are attending a chemical incident at London Dungeon. Around 150 people have been evacuated. More when we have it.
RT @jillpne6: fire cordon o/s London dungeon. Buses unable to stop w'bound. Apparently chemical incident.
Burning Issues: a theatrical evening about the turbulent and thrilling background to the Book of Common Prayer http://t.co/vuT2Hwb5
Just published - Blackfriars Bridge: cyclists could get own traffic light phase http://t.co/IPrEV8hi
Southwark News shares Hill & Knowlton PR's belief that Bernie Spain Gardens is called Gideon Park & Gabriel's Wharf is St George's Wharf.
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