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The 39th Altab Ali Day in memory of the Bangladeshi textile worker who was murdered in a racist attack in Whitechapel will take place next week.

A domestic violence campaigner who has battled cancer and suffered the loss of a child has written a book in honour of inspirational mothers.

A full-scale alert went out on the Thames to test London’s response to the “highly likely” threat of a terrorist attack.

A heritage talk is being given about a very independent woman who became the first female Mayor of Bethnal Green, in London’s East End.

A cruise that immerses you in the world of Agatha Christie—the woman who for many is still the undisputed ‘queen of crime’—follows the crime-writer’s visit to Tenerife in the late 1920s. It is one of the themed cruises the travel trade offers, tested by travel writer and Christie fan Allis Moss:

A voter became suspicious when a council worker offered to “fold” and “post” his voting papers at a Limehouse polling station, a judge sitting at a special High Court hearing has heard.

Three fire engines “temporarily” removed from East End fire stations to cover strike action still haven’t been returned – more than a year on.

Serco Docklands are showing their support to the British Tour de France riders by transforming the image of two Docklands Light Railway trains.

An 18-year-old was today jailed for 18 years after admitting to murdering bed-ridden 88-year-old Margery Gilby in care home accommodation in Shadwell.

Bethnal Green’s Rich Mix will screening some of the nation’s favourite films outdoors next month.

The first tests started yesterday on the cable car network that will link the Greenwich peninsula with the Royal Docks across the River Thames.

You may expect to climb over one, lean against one or sit on one.

MP for Popular and Limehouse Jim Fitzpatrick has branded plans to move successful services in-house as “self-serving politics”.

While the historic boat race between Oxford and Cambridge universities took place on the Thames on Saturday, the East End celebrated its own tradition - its annual goat race.

You get your fruit and veg weighed at the supermarket, but have you ever put your new outfit on the scales before you pay?

Polish artist Olek took to the streets of Spitalfields and Shoreditch last week to display her weird and wacky crochet creations.

Two men who wrote off a £100,000 Aston Martin Vantage car during a high-speed race with a BMW M3 in the Isle of Dogs have been disqualified from driving for just 18 months.

Boris bikes will be available across the whole of Tower Hamlets from March, City Hall has announced.

Turner-prize wining artist Rachel Whiteread has been commissioned to produce an artwork on the front of the Whitechapel Gallery.

Police carried out raids on six addressess in Tower Hamlets yesterday afternoon as part of a London-wide crackdown on gang crime.

One of the busiest one-stop-shops in the borough has been saved from closure.

King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery rode through the streets of Woolwich yesterday to their new home.

Commuters at Canary Wharf were greeted by an giant grey whale gliding down the Thames today.

A Poplar man who concealed more than £115,000 in savings while claiming benefits has been jailed for 13 months.

London’s Air Ambulance received a £25,000 boost to its coffers yesterday (Sunday).

The superstitious have extra reason to curse their luck today.

West Ham’s vice-chairman reacted with delight to her club getting the vital seal of approval to move into the Olympic Stadium today.

THE future’s bright, the future’s … The Plumen

That’s the verdict of Spitalfields-based design company, Hulger, who have come up with the world’s first designer low energy light bulb.

Snow predicted for London again

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Weather boffins urge people to be ready for cold weather.

An alternative Halloween procession takes place in Wapping this Sunday despite the council dragging their heels before granting permission to its church organisers.

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