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Moves have been made for a Parliamentary debate over the controversial funding of east London’s Island Health clinic where the chair of the charity that owns the building has been paid £180,000 “consultancy fees” from NHS funds.

Detectives are hunting a couple after man was attacked near Cambridge Heath station late at night who could end up partially blinded.

Kids were climbing the wall in east London at Swanlea School’s fifth annual family day.

Applications have opened for free training in film and TV production for people in east London who are unemployed or on low pay.

The first “community hub” in London’s East End has been opened in Whitechapel by Tower Hamlets Council offering voluntary groups low-cost space.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman pedestrian died in Shoreditch in an accident involving a lorry along City Road.

Government ‘intervention advisors’ are reported to have moved in to help run Tower Hamlets children’s services after its disastrous Ofsted report.

Police and hospital staff are appealing for the mother of a newborn baby found in a park in east London to come forward so that she can get medical care and help.

TV’s Helen Fospero and Tim Vincent took on the adrenaline-raising 300ft abseil from the helipad in Whitechapel for its annual fundraising event for the London Air Ambulance lifesaving charity.

Cycle enthusiast Michael Kavanagh has set off on a 400-mile cycle from his east London home heading for Paris in four days.

Police recruits are being stepped up with local authority funding in the aftermath of acid attacks on the streets of east London.

The London Fashion show opening today in The Strand to showcase Britain’s world-renowned design talent has taken a back seat as far as the doggie world is concerned.

Surgeons at the Royal London’s dental hospital throw open the doors tomorrow to meet anyone looking for an apprenticeship or a job.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling put the last nail into Crossrail’s tracks in the new tunnel 150ft under Whitechapel as the final construction stage of the new Elizabeth Line was competed today.

Research by school pupils in east London into the impact the First World War had on the people of Bow and Mile End is being published in two books this weekend.

The giant ‘fatberg’ blocking a major sewer flow in east London deep beneath the Whitechapel Road could soon go on public display.

More than 100 homeless women are being told to quit their hostel shelter in Whitechapel which is being closed by the end of the year.

Ashley Banjo and cast members of Disney On Ice hosted a ‘Fit to Dance’ workshop today for some lucky children from Bethnal Green’s Chisenhale Primary school in east London.

An award-winning herb garden that was once just derelict wasteland behind the Geffrye Museum is now marking its 25th anniversary.

The government is being urged to take action against the Burmese regime over the refugee crisis caused by “the silent genocide” of Rohingya Muslims, a public solidarity meeting in Whitechapel heard.

The education “preferred provider” for students training as social workers across north-east London has been named today as the London Met University.

A giant ‘fatberg’ is blocking a major sewer flow in east London deep beneath the Whitechapel Road.

A drug dealer from Stepney arrested at the seaside was found with wraps of Class A drugs stashed in his buttocks.

Children got a real taste of the countryside when farm animals turned up for the annual country fair at Poplar’s famous Chrisp Street Market.

The new first-year pupils at Bethnal Green’s Morpeth School marked their first week at secondary education by playground team-building balancing a ball on a flower pot.

A man who beat up a woman in the street at Bow in east London in front of her young child two days after Christmas has been sentenced in court.

Schools can now arrange trips to meet dinosaurs in the wild in east London and get a grip on prehistoric monsters from the classroom.

Protesters against ‘Brexit’ from all over east London join tomorrow’s ‘People’s March for Europe’ and mass rally in Westminster.

A fourth man has appeared in court today following the fatal shooting of 41-year-old Brenton Roper outside his home in Bromley-by-Bow in May.

Preparations are under way for a three-month festival of Bangla music returning to east London for its fifth season featuring evolution from eighth century Charjya-Pod and folk to modern day western influences.

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