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Dashing to the top of this 42-storey City tower could help nearly 2,000 families registered homeless in Tower Hamlets who are in temporary accommodation.

Abdul Ahad is off to the Indian sub-continent to show them how Brick Lane makes curry.

Hundreds of families fearing for their safety following last summer’s Grenfell tower-block fire tragedy have called on Tower Hamlets Council to improve measures “before there is another disaster”.

The American president has been given “a clear message” that he isn’t welcome in London’s East End after Tower Hamlets Council last night voted unanimously to declare “a Trump-free zone”.

An arts charity that cuts through the generation barrier is going nationwide with its pioneering ideas that bring east London pensioners together with young people after getting a £100,000 lottery award.

Jim Fitzpatrick joined a children’s deaf charity at the Houses of Parliament to learn about how pre-school deaf children in east London can benefit from new ‘hearing’ technology.

Pearly kings and queens are laying on a right old cockney knees-up for London’s Chelsea pensioners at their favourite East End boozer.

The man who brought the 2012 Olympics to east London has railed against spending cuts to education and is calling for investment in our future generation.

Public consultations start next month for a new footbridge at Canary Wharf to relieve the heavily-congested South Quay pedestrian walkway.

Illicit cigarettes smuggled into Britain have been sold over the counter at six out of 10 convenience stores which were raided by Tower Hamlets Council trading standards officers.

Chris Clawson is the new boy on the block at the Tower of London after joining as its latest beefeater.

Mayor John Biggs has put forward his budget proposals for Tower Hamlets Council for the next three years focussing on tackling street crime, anti-social behaviour and creating more jobs.

Anti-terrorist police and emergency services converged on cordoned off streets around Canary Wharf to tackle what appeared to be a major incident.

The victim of a horrific acid attack who was targeted while riding his moped is calling for tough sentencing after the youth responsible admitted carrying out six incidents.

Eco boffins are testing what effect “going green” would have living and working in Canary Wharf’s urban environment.

Dan Walker has begun the New Year setting up a fund-raising running campaign after losing his “dream team” soccer pal to a brain tumour.

Police have uncovered more hidden weapons during ‘sweeps’ in east London when they returned to search two housing estates in Bethnal Green and Mile End.

Undercover police patrolling the streets of Limehouse claim to have foiled a robbery outside a packed public meeting being addressed by the Met’s Tower Hamlets Borough Commander.

Lanterns have appeared in a park in east London as part of a church campaign for better lighting at night and more social housing in Shadwell.

Low-cost social house-building has been boosted with Tower Hamlets Council landing a £20 million windfall from the government.

Little Navie May Fuller couldn’t wait to get into the world and made a dash for it just four hours into the New Year.

One of the most run-down pieces of wasteland in east London tucked away next to the Regent’s Canal has been cleared and transformed by Tower Hamlets Council into a bright new pubic open space.

Two men from Stepney and one from the Isle of Dogs have been committed for trial as part of the Met Police Operation Vocare into crime involving using mopeds or motor-scooters.

The man who took on the Mildmay HIV charity hospital’s biggest redevelopment in its 150-year history in Shoreditch is leaving as chief executive after nine years.

New Year preparations to mark the 75th anniversary of the Bethnal Green wartime air raid shelter disaster could be overshadowed by a looming campaign for a long-awaited government apology.

The sign was on the wall for Bruce Davidson to quit smoking and get back into health with a New Year public campaign by Tower Hamlets Council to tackle east London’s high rates of heart disease.

The worst of the Recession in the past decade hasn’t stopped London’s East End becoming the second hottest location for office space after the Square Mile, according to the latest property industry analysis.

The big crunch is about to begin with Tower Hamlets Council opening collection points for discarded Christmas trees for recycling

A charity helping immigrants and refugees in east London who have been traumatised before arriving in Britain has landed funding to expand its mental health programme.

You can forget starting on the Tower Hamlets property ladder in the New Year if you want to set up home with your family on the government’s ‘Help To Buy’ programme.

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