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With the mercury reaching the low 30s over the weekend and expected to remain high throughout the week people will be looking for ways to keep cool.

A surgeon at The Royal London Hospital has become the first person to live tweet an operation around the world.

A charity volunteer with epilepsy has been recognised for the support he has continuously provided for others with the condition.

As we wave goodbye to 2016 thousands of us will be pledging to give up our vices and take on new commitments for our New Year’s resolutions.

Police are appealing for information to trace a man found guilty for his involvement in a stabbing after he failed to appear in court.

An artwork which has been sitting with an East End proprietor for the last few weeks has moved to its new home after it was insured for a whopping £100 million.

A survivor of the 1996 Docklands bombing said questions remain unanswered after the former foreign secretary was quizzed by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.

A celebrity audience packed out the Tower of London for a live sculpture performance from the royal sculptor Frances Segelman.

Three employee’s from a McDonald’s branch in Bow have been suspended after they were filmed attacking a customer for reportedly racially abusing staff.

A man has been interviewed under caution by police in relation to the murder of Luther Edwards earlier this year.

An evidence session will be held tomorrow as part of an ongoing inquiry into the role of the UK Government in seeking compensation for the victims of IRA attacks.

Staff from a housing society have spent the last week ensuring elderly East Enders aren’t left behind in the cold this winter.

Good news for student in need of financial support as an East End university has announced more than 350 scholarships for the 2017/18 academic year.

Bank workers swapped their suits and ties for T-shirts and bikes to cycle through London to raise funds for deprived children and the aged.

The Royal London Hospital hosted an party for some of its younger patients offering them a chance to meet others who face similar challenges.

Police have arrested a 19-year-old man following yesterday’s discovery of a suspicious item on a tube train heading to Canary Wharf.

New data released ahead of the UK’s largest LGBT careers conference shows that more people are worried about workplace discrimination based on their sexuality than last year.

Police have released CCTV footage of two suspects they wish to identify and speak to in connection with a commercial burglary.

With childhood obesity becoming a growing problem across the country the council is calling on residents to share their views on how to tackle the issue.

Secondary school pupils were pitted against children from neighbouring boroughs for the first part of the Schools Indoor Rowing Challenge.

East End hospital workers have been celebrating the changes they’ve pledged to make in order to improve the NHS.

Whilst Stratford’s Queen Elizabeth Park is home to the site of the 2012 Olympics it is still not the nation’s favourite East End green space.

A campaigner for people suffering from brain disease has continued his mission by raising awareness of Dementia among secondary school students.

A Tower Hamlets employee has been recognised for her strong work ethic and ambition at the regional round of the National Apprenticeships Awards 2016.

A Tower Hamlets school has been recognised for its support of children’s mental health and has nominated one of its staff members for a national award.

Five friends from the East End have shown their togetherness by completing a 250 mile bike ride as a team to raise money for charity.

A banker managed to raise more than £1,000 all from the comfort of her own home.

Youngsters will have the opportunity to learn all about killer diseases, sickly bugs and irritable sores this half term.

The council is urging residents to protect themselves from the sneezes this winter by getting a flu jab.

Culinary connoisseurs won’t want to miss out when ten professional chefs host a five course charity dinner in the East End.

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Having a brand new kitchen is something that lots of people want but can only dream of. Sadly keeping up to date and making our living spaces as nice as they can be is a costly and incredibly stressful business. Even a fresh coat of paint makes all the difference but isn’t easy or quick.

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