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Toyhouse Libraries in Tower Hamlets is one of six winners of a community funding grant.

An engineer has been recognised for his bravery after rescuing a 13-year-old from a vicious knife attack in Bow.

If you’ve ever had the desire to watch a giant piece of toxic sewage on a 24/7 livestream - well, now you can.

A man is appealing for help to find his missing phone, which he said contains some irreplaceable memories.

A man is in a critical condition in hospital after being stabbed in Stepney.

Tower Hamlets Council have launched an online tool which helps people keep tabs on their drinking habits.

A women’s charity in Bethnal Green has launched a consultation to identify the gaps in services for women in the criminal justice system.

Hundreds of people turned out at a demonstration in support of a Bethnal Green coffee vendor who they believe is being pushed out of the area.

A social enterprise cycling group has moved from Bethnal Green to Stratford after its headquarters were earmarked for redevelopment.

A retired fireman from Bethnal Green is on the search for a child he rescued in Barking in the eighties.

Up to £200,000 is being offered to organisations in Tower Hamlets to roll out employability programmes.

A craft beer festival is being held in Wapping for the first time.

A book celebrating the iconic artwork, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, is being published by the Imperial War Museums.

Three people were stabbed in a fight in Shadwell on a night which saw police seize acid and use tasers to make arrests.

Celebrity scientist, Professor Brian Cox, ran his seventh summer school in Tower Hamlets yesterday.

A Tower Hamlets charity is holding a summer fair in a bid to raise awareness of its work.

A charity is seeking to re-open the historic Whitechapel Bell Foundry after it was closed down and bought by developers last year.

Pupils from a school in Tower Hamlets won a maths challenge final at City Hall last week.

Barts Health Trust is one of the top 50 employers in the UK for boosting equality.

Up to 100 planes have just graced the skies of London to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

Mile End Hospital joined in the celebrations for the NHS’ seventieth birthday last week.

A charity which helps struggling families in Tower Hamlets might not see the end of the year unless it gets a cash injection.

Workers at Greenwich Leisure Limited in Tower Hamlets will now be paid the London Living Wage, after it was found under 21s were only receiving £8.10 an hour.

Tower Hamlets Council has been recognised for its outstanding ethical practices.

An “extremely violent” man who murdered an innocent party-goer in a revenge attack in Bow has been jailed for life today.

A clinic has opened for women from Tower Hamlets, Newham, Waltham Forest and Redbrige who have experienced female genital mutilation (FGM).

Unemployed graduates from Tower Hamlets are being offered support to help them find work.

The MP for Bethnal Green and Bow is calling for more money for the NSPCC’s childline service.

A drug dealer from Poplar who hid 114 wraps of cocaine and heroin in his bottom has been jailed for 34 months.

Pupils at a school in Poplar are using an app to help them learn their multiplication tables.

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