LondonNet: May News Archive 2004
  • Greenwich Wants New Planetarium
    UKP15 million needed for revamp of Royal Observatory - 31/05/04

  • Madonna Marks Out Her Borderline
    Material girl wants to keep you off her land - 28/05/04

  • Traffic Wardens Told to 'Play it by the Book'
    Softly, softly approach to be tried in Central London - 27/05/04

  • Stars Back Safe Sex Campaign
    Celebrities put their names to National Condom Week - 26/05/04

  • Jay-Z to Rap With Charles
    Royal seal of approval ahead of Urban Music festival - 26/05/04

  • Cauliflowers Come Out to Celebrate Dali Anniversary
    100th birthday party at the South Bank and Trafalgar Square - 25/05/04

  • Post-Election Tube Fare Hike Planned
    Buses earmarked to take surplus Underground passengers - 24/05/04

  • Ten Days To Shake the World With Laughter
    Soho Theatre takes centre stage for the London Comedy Festival - 21/05/04

  • London Goes Up and Away
    Big increase in passenger numbers for capital's three main airports - 20/05/04

  • Windsor Castle Security Threat
    Couple arrested for allegedly impersonating police officers - 12/05/04

  • Stick One On a Celebrity
    Council encourages gum-attacks on stars - 12/05/04

  • Coe: 'Time to Engage the London Public'
    London Olympic bid hinges on popular appeal - 11/05/04

  • Young Musicians Helped by Elton
    Star funds scholarships at the Royal Academy - 10/05/04

  • Queen's Day at the Chelsea Flower Show
    Royal preview for green-themed extravaganza - 07/05/04

  • Stars Trek Towards Elections
    Patrick Stewart and Joan Collins wheeled out - 06/05/04

  • Fire Destroys BritArt Classics
    Emin, Hirst, Chapmans and Whiteread among casualties - 05/05/04

  • Big Brother is Watching You Have Sex
    New series goes down the peep-show and orgasm route - 04/05/04

  • London Boasts New TV Record
    47 hour marathon-man 'stretched legs' to keep himself awake - 03/05/04



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