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Tuesday 11 December 2012

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News & features published on 11 December 2012
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Tower Bridge raised for giant yellow duck

It was one of the most talked-about publicity stunts of 2012: commuters couldn't believe their eyes on Tuesday morning when a giant yellow duck made its way under Tower Bridge.

Tweets on 11 December 2012

Redevelopment of Terminal Studios site in Lamb Walk with 29 flats has been approved by Southwark councillors

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London Deputy Mayor for Policing Stephen Greenhalgh accused of molesting woman in City Hall lift http://t.co/Iu0t08VP via @scooplondon

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RT @AniseGallery: Lot 7 in our Charity Secret Bid Auction 'Shad Thames' by Kyle Henderson. Reserve £225 http://t.co/BvxNBe88

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Next up at planning sub-committee: redevelopment of Terminal Studios site on Lamb Walk (next to @_WhiteCube)

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Tonight councillors resolved to grant permission for @CDPS_Southwark new playground on former Lant Street alignment after 2hr+ discussion

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Wed: 150-strong choir performs a radical repertoire of pop, gospel and Motown @oasiswaterloo in aid of @Springboard4 http://t.co/Ebmy9z0D

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RT @DMcCSE17: No expense spared on the Christmas decorations at Elephant & Castle shopping centre http://t.co/rd9cB44A

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Just published - Tower Bridge raised for giant yellow duck http://t.co/36kC2VAh

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Parkinson's UK Christmas Concert with Jane Asher and Jane Hill http://t.co/7YeEusUj

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The @Tate Modern extension is really taking shape http://t.co/ojFzbd8q

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If the video link didn't work, try http://t.co/mUwVuYGh

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Tonight councillors decide on Charles Dickens Primary School's controversial planning app for Lant Street playground: http://t.co/58Lwww3Y

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Tickets for Kraftwerk's Turbine Hall gigs at @Tate Modern go on sale at 7.30am tomorrow: http://t.co/BKtNqPgR

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@LBLDemocracy Excellent news - thanks. Have spent too many long evenings at the back of room 8 with next-to-no phone reception.

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@Zebedebedee We post at a lower frequency on Facebook: http://t.co/XRsWhegA - there's also our weekly email newsletter: http://t.co/4HHRcyC8

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“Forced?” RT @itvnews: Pictures: Tower Bridge forced to open for 50 ft rubber duck http://t.co/0QF9oPyE

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7.30pm: Carol Service at St George the Martyr followed by mulled wine and mince pies http://t.co/IyFZhBB8

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Another pic of the giant yellow duck (video coming soon) http://t.co/GGHX39mg

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@LeonClubWS Yes, sure - it's just round the corner from our office

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Tower Bridge scheduled to lift again at 11.30am for the giant yellow duck

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[Business forum] Ideas wanted for promoting an events space http://t.co/dyzRCoRD

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@swklibdems @ragmall @PaulNoblet Someone also pointed out that the giveaway is on a Wednesday when several libraries are shut.

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Giant duck at Tower Bridge this morning: http://t.co/nFLS9DRx via @tellydubby

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Lunchtime Carols at Christ Church in Blackfriars Road http://t.co/gTBGBG8V

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RT @Warlkareham: If anyone lost a freedom pass on London Bridge this morning, initials, MGA, I found it and am sending it back.

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The Electric Universe: Deptford artist Paul Malone's unique and controversial tour of the Universe http://t.co/SICU5oAc in aid of @SE1_Utd

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