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Extra, Extra

By Rob Last edited 126 months ago
Extra, Extra
three little kittens
  • The average London house price has risen to its highest level yet: £250,907. Oh joy.
  • Imperial College London has split from University of London. Wonder who'll get custody of the kids.
  • The much anticipated Adventure Playground of the Year award has gone to the Fredericks Adventure Playground in Southwark.
  • Paul Weller is going to open the Electric Proms, which is a bit disappointing if we're honest.
  • A pair of 18th-century porcelain dentures have gone on display at the Museum of London, to mark World Smile Day. They originally belongede to Archbishop of Narbonne, Arthur Richard Dillon, who died in 1806, and were found when his coffin in St Pancras graveyard was opened during building for the terminus of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
  • Image courtesy of solecism via the Londonist flickr group.

    Last Updated 06 October 2006