What happened in Putney during February 2006

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* Putney Leisure Centre up for refit *
Council announces 2.6m pound investment around the borough

* Cllr Lister writes to Putney *
Oyster Cards, Putney Hospital Site and Putney Leisure Centre

* Labour leader Cllr Stuart King updates us on.. *
.traffic on Roehampton Lane, footpaths, eyesores, fireworks

* Proposed Primary Care Centre at Putney Hospital site *
gets full go ahead from Wandsworth PCT

* Police appeal for witnesses *
to serious assault on the Lower Richmond Rd

* Wandsworth PC short listed for award *
for her role in tackling dangerous dogs and anti-social behaviour

* High Tides on the Thames at Putney Embankment *
Seasonally high tides expected this week

* Not sure about what you want to do with your life *
Act now with South Thames College Advice & Guidance Day

* Orange sacks trials for High Rises *
Wandsworth expands recycling scheme

* Beware of moped muggings *
member reports recent attack and attempted mugging

* A question for the Borough Commander *
Can more local crime statistics be made available?

* Serious assault on Lower Richmond Rd *
Police call for witnesses to attack last month

* Justine Greening MP writes to Putney *
Richmond Park, Putney Station, School Quiz Weekend and...
...the launch of the Limb Loss Group in Parliament

* Beds axed at Charing Cross & Hammersmith Hospitals *
But Minister denies there are plans to close Charing Cross

* Leisure Centre up for refit *
as Council announces #2.6million investment around the borough

* Putney's Top Twenty Roads Revealed *
Which local roads are the most expensive

* Residents say no to Upper Richmond Rd mast *
as T mobile proposes a new location for their monopole

* New Queen Mary's hospital ready to go *
Renowned hospital transfers to £55 million state of the art building

* All About Annie's *
Emma Brophy meets the inspiration behind the restaurant

* Mayor takes control of local rail service *
Responsibility for passenger services to transfer to TfL http://www.putneysw15.com/info/contravel02.htm

* Shocking rise in violent assaults on stations *
Waterloo and Clapham Junction rank high in London's crime hotspots http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=info&spage=common/contube44.htm

* Oyster cuts tube queues *
Ticket office hours reduced as result of card take-up

* Council to provide reusable recycling bags for flats *
Private residences to get new collect and carry bags

* 200 beds axed at local hospitals *
Minister denies Charing Cross is to close http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=info&spage=common/connhs42.htm

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