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If you haven’t entered the Thames Gateway Business Awards yet, you’re in luck - the deadline for two categories has been extended.

Detectives investigating the sexual assault of a teenage girl in Bethnal Green have released CCTV footage in a bid to trace a man they suspect of attacking her.

Tube drivers are to stage a 24-hour strike next month after voting in favour of industrial action in a dispute over working conditions.

Search engine optimisation (SEO), a process to make sure customers find your business online, is a key tool in a small business’s digital marketing arsenal.

Ticket offices on the Overground network are set to be reviewed, with the network’s operator claiming there will be no “compulsory redundancies”.

Commuters have been urged to remain “calm but alert” following a suspected terrorist incident on a Tube train this morning.

Pupils at two Tower Hamlets primary schools could be better protected from toxic fumes after the mayor of London announced they would be subject to an air quality audit.

Railway staff are set to go on strike over the potential expansion of driver only operated trains on the Greater Anglia network.

Modern life can be stressful, and finding someone to listen to your worries with a sympathetic ear can be difficult.

Environmental campaigners have made a last-ditch attempt to stop the Silvertown tunnel from being built - just a month before the final decision is set to be made.

The boss of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has been appointed to a senior role at the Ministry of Defence.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their GCSE results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

How long would it take you to eat 153kg of samosa?

A year after it launched, the Night Tube is set to welcome its eight millionth passenger.

Pupils at Bishop Challoner are celebrating after almost a quarter of all grades were A or A*.

A man who was found carrying a bleach-like substance described as a “highly dangerous weapon” has been jailed for a year.

A man who was caught sexually assaulting a woman on the Tube has been handed a suspended sentence.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their A-level results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

Free wifi is set to come to town centres and social housing across the borough after the council set aside £1.75million for the scheme.

Two members of a Brick Lane bakery-owning family have been found stabbed to death in their home.

People who witness acid attacks can have an “important role” in minimising the harm to the victim, according to doctors.

When the DLR launched, it had just 11 single carriage trains serving 15 stations.

Detectives investigating the stabbing of a teenager in Brick Lane are appealing for witnesses.

Three men have been acquitted of killing a talented martial artist.

A striking post-modern pumping station has been given Grade II* listed status – despite being only three decades old.

What new infrastructure would you like to see happen in the borough?

A primary school in Poplar celebrated the official launch of their edible food playground which was opened by the mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs.

Bus services across the borough could change under Transport for London’s plans to create better links with the Elizabeth line.

The seven people who died during the Aldgate station bombing 12 years ago were remembered during a commemoration event this morning.

Police attempting to trace a ‘dangerous and violent’ absconder wanted in connection with a violent robbery of a 92-year-old woman have released footage of him in Bethnal Green station.

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