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They call her ‘Ma’am’ as they pass the new ‘super borough’ Tower Hamlets and Hackney police commander walking down the corridor to her office ready for the day’s action.

A council enforcement order to stop construction manufacturing work on an unregistered site that sprung up on the Isle of Dogs has been slapped on the owners—spelling victory for neighbours having to put up with noise and pollution all day.

Tongues and tails are wagging ready for this year’s ‘Canary Woof’ dog show part of the fifth annual LIMEfest.

A full train service on the Great Eastern main line resumes into Liverpool Street on Monday morning after engineers finish installing temporary repairs to a cracked rail on the station approach.

A charter banning modern slavery has been signed by Tower Hamlets Council to stop ‘slave masters’ who might be supplying them with goods and services.

Six people have appeared at Thames Magistrates Court including a teenager from East Ham and two women following a series of drug raids targeting a suspected ‘county line’ supply network to Suffolk.

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets is wading into the controversy of toxic clouds sweeping across the Thames to the Isle of Dogs from the proposed cruise liner terminal on the Greenwich Peninsular.

Students with bright ideas for business have been given a boost this week with as £50,000 grant given to Queen Mary University by an enterprise fund to help the next generation of entrepreneurs.

The ‘Big Clean Up’ campaign organised by Tower Hamlets Council with 83 volunteers from the public sprucing up the East End collected 74 bags of rubbish in four days.

All new development should stop around Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs because critical services now identified by the Greater London Authority haven’t been put in place, campaigners are demanding.

The site of a new development with 53 new council homes in Bethnal Green with their own community centre has been given the ‘once over’ by Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs today.

The controversial Hopetown women’s hostel in Whitechapel has been given a new identity now it’s being used by homeless men who were reluctant to move there.

Proposals for a formal plan for public services to cope with the Isle of Dogs population explosion crisis have been rejected.

A major track fault at Liverpool Street station being fixed by engineers is causing delays to passengers on Great Eastern main line services.

Thousands of carers giving unpaid support to those in need are being encouraged by Tower Hamlets Council to stay healthy themselves with awareness events during Carers’ Week from Monday.

A housing estate manager in Aldgate with passion for bringing people together has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, announced this-evening.

The unique Crossrail Place roof garden nestling next to the Meridian Line in Canary Wharf is joining the Open Garden Squares Weekend from tomorrow morning for the public to explore London’s picturesque urban green patches.

Enforcement action is being threatened against a construction manufacturing site that has sprung up on the Isle of Dogs without planning permission.

A-thousand cyclists are planning a night ride tomorrow from the Olympic Park through central London taking in iconic sites like Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf.

A man has been jailed over a row with his neighbour in Limehouse about a smoke alarm going off.

Emergency fire crews were hampered tackling a blaze in a shop with flats above in Limehouse during the night when a staircase was burned away.

Government ministers have been slammed by Tower Hamlets Council for denying that reducing police numbers has caused the shock rise in street crime.

Queues spilled out onto the street in Spitalfields for breakfast when financial experts served up money and mortgage guidance with the coffee and cereal for those in their 20s wanting a home of their own.

Volunteers have been using grapple hooks to clear old bike frames dumped in the Regent’s Canal.

Police have carried out a series of dawn raids in east London today as part of an operation to crackdown on drugs, violence and criminal activity.

A pop-up ‘Cred & Breakfast’ offering access to money and mortgage advice is being held this-morning at The Breakfast Club in Spitalfields Market.

A commemoration takes place today in a park in Bethnal Green to remember Australian Aboriginal cricketer King Cole who was buried there 150 years ago.

Dramatic tales and adventures of marauding pirates searching for booty are being staged at a family summer festival in Docklands where kids can dress as Captain Kidd.

Bus passengers have been praised by police for stopping a thug armed with a claw-hammer getting on board during a street attack in Poplar on a schoolboy.

Volunteers have joined Tower Hamlets contractors to clean up the East End’s parks as well as streets and housing estates all this week.

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