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The man who launched Britain’s prestigious Starlight film awards in London’s East End after changing his life from a school ‘drop out’ to a successful film-maker is now taking on the City of London.

Primary pupils got a firey introduction to science when they visited east London’s Swanlea Secondary for the day.

Two budding Elizabethan ‘Bards’ have won the poetry competition for the visitor centre opening at The Stage development in Shoreditch where the foundations of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre were discovered in 2008.

The main A13 has been blocked westbound in east London this-morning after a road accident involving a motorcyclist.

The people of London’s East End joined in the mourning for the Westminster terrorist victims at a church that knows tragedy.

A small team of volunteers from London’s East End have been to Calais and onto the refugee camp at Dunkerque to offer help to destitute families.

A government minister made a whistlestop visit to east London yesterday to meet relatives of terrorism just a day after Wednesday’s atrocity at Westminster.

A warning shot has been fired by the Salvation Army’s world leader on a visit London’s deprived East End about closing doors on people when the Prime Minister triggers Article 50 next week to quit the EU.

Ambitious expansion plans to rejuvenate east London’s historic Geffrye Museum have taken a major step forward today with a £12.3 million National Lottery windfall.

The final public hearing opened today in the nine-year legal battle to stop developers “encroaching” on east London’s historic George Tavern music venue.

Detectives leading a murder investigation in east London have named the man found dead on a housing estate in Hoxton after formal identification has taken place.

A Diocese church inspection has praised religious studies as outstanding at east London’s Bishop Challoner Catholic secondary schools.

Detectives have begun a murder investigation following the body of a man discovered in Shoreditch yesterday.

Detectives have released CCTV footage this-morning of a man they have been trying to trace for three months following a 71-year-old man robbed at knifepoint late at night in London’s East End.

The Salvation Army celebrates its 150th anniversary today with a big parade in London’s East End where it all started in the 1860s.

Full powers are finally being returned to east London’s once-troubled Tower Hamlets council after the fall of the Lutfur Rahman administration which was banned for election fraud.

Drivers on London’s Night Tube are staging strikes on two Saturdays next month after voting in favour of action in a dispute over jobs.

An application for London’s historic Whitechapel Bell Foundry to be listed as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ has been made by conservationists.

Little Oliver Tait was just hours old when he had to be rushed 40 miles by air-ambulance to the Royal London Hospital if his life was to be saved.

Memories of the big protest movement of the 1980s in London’s Docklands are being recorded in an archive project with anyone around at the time who remembers those militant times battling to stop encroaching developers.

The first of a programme of new medical centres to meet the growing population of London’s East End has been officially opened.

MP Rushanara Ali (right) has been on a fact-finding tour of Crossrail’s station complex under construction in her east London constituency, deep beneath Whitechapel.

A new community theatre project helping people affected by poor confidence and mental health problems has set up a support group in London’s East end using theatre as therapy.

A woman police officer too drunk to go on duty in London’s East End has been issued with a final written warning for misconduct.

More midwives are being recruited at the Royal London Hospital as it battles to cope with the East End’s rising birthrate and fears over security at its maternity unit.

Youngsters from London’s East End have won a place in the 2017 Grand Final of the Jack Petchey ‘Glee Club Challenge’.

More than a-thousand runners are expected to take part in British Heart Foundation’s latest fundraising run being staged on Mothering Sunday at east London’s Olympic Park.

Policy makers must do more to help children in deprived areas whose education suffers during the 170 days a year when the school gates are closed, educationalists are urging.

Children from eight schools have an exhibition of their classroom artwork later this month to mark the third year of a partnership with professional artists in London’s East End.

Hundreds of campaigning citizens packed a rally in east London tonight to mark the 20th anniversary of a grassroots network that has been keeping government and authority on its toes for two decades.

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