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News & features published on 15 June 2012
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Grace Idowu and Boris Johnson join forces for peace initiative

Grace Idowu, whose teenage son David was murdered on the Tabard Gardens Estate in 2008, joined Mayor of London Boris Johnson on Thursday to promote a programme of 'peaceful events' to help steer young people away from violence.

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Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe

Timothy West declaimed the opening lines of William Shakespeare's Henry V in Southwark Cathedral during Southwark's Diamond Jubilee civic service last week.

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17-year-old in critical condition after Druid Street stabbing

A teenage boy is being treated for multiple stab wounds in an east London hospital after he was attacked in Druid Street on Thursday night.

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Sainsbury's Local opens in The Cut

The Sainsbury's Local convenience store in The Cut opened its doors to customers early on Friday morning.

Tweets on 15 June 2012

Friday recap: teenager stabbed in Bermondsey; Sainsbury's Local opens in The Cut & more local news http://t.co/l798qUnE

via HootSuite

Big Picture: Rainbow Park on the South Bank http://t.co/27iKbjhp

via HootSuite

Unlike the Shard, Victorians knew how to foster community spirit in buildings, argues @Giles_Fraser http://t.co/YOGL0QaY via @guardian

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The @seacolestatue appeal has announced that it has now raised £150k - another £350k needed http://t.co/Wx6Nnz9W

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Scaffolding finally removed from the London, Chatham & Dover Railway cartouches at Blackfriars http://t.co/hHTJKo1J

via Camera on iOS

Tower Bridge will lift at 5.30pm & 6.30pm for the rare Chinese junk 'Huan Tian' http://t.co/dglGu1OT

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This weekend: visit the @makespacestudio artists' studios alongside to the tracks into Waterloo Station http://t.co/jjtiVv1D

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On a mission with London's urban explorers http://t.co/0deSi19X via @standardnews

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Just published - Grace Idowu and Boris Johnson join forces for peace initiative @releasethepeace http://t.co/xjX2H2bU

via Google

The @BFI IMAX will be closed from 22 June to 5 July whilst the 26-metre screen is replaced

via Twitter for Mac

Non-folding bicycles will be banned on @Se_Railway trains into and out of London throughout the Olympics & Paralympics http://t.co/MxNpTjQg

via Twitter for Mac

This French naval warship is moored alongside HMS Belfast till Tuesday: http://fr.wikipedia.org/...

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Review: Henry V at @The_Globe, Bankside http://t.co/PS18ucgs

via Google

Just published - 17-year-old in critical condition after Druid Street stabbing http://t.co/m3bsQ5wY

via Google

Just published - Sainsbury's Local opens in The Cut - three decades after Co-op supermarket shut down @ same location http://t.co/mvmaOXiy

via Google

[Job vacancy] Assistant Director, Waterloo Community Development Group http://t.co/4Nv8dLmL

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Tonight: @CoinStreet Neighbourhood Film Club http://t.co/G744Jdp6

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Zaha Hadid frontrunner to buy Design Museum building at Butler's Wharf http://t.co/CwB7UHn7 via @bdonline

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Exchanging Places at Potters Fields Park [15 June] http://t.co/BmNzLgk0

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@ianvisits Southwark Police send formal letters to the council in Comic Sans

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to ianvisits

19 yr old in serious condition after stabbing in Druid Street / Tanner Street. 5 arrested according to @lbc973

via Twitter for iPad

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