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Yesterday, 15:11

A schoolgirl was sexually assaulted in her home in London’s East End by a bogus caller claiming to be a plumber.

Yesterday, 14:38
Tony Juniper talks at Zen launch event

A green initiative set to pioneer eco-friendly business in heavily polluted Tech City has been launched by the three councils which take in the thriving area.

Yesterday, 13:00
Engineering works could affect your journey this weekend.

There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.

Yesterday, 12:39
Child poverty in Tower Hamlets is worst in UK

Tower Hamlets has the highest child poverty rate in the country, with almost half the borough’s children living in sub-standard conditions.

Yesterday, 10:30
Greenest tenant... Tom Gleed and his award

Retired London docker Tom Gleed is the greenest tenant in Britain—that’s official.

Yesterday, 06:00
Rushanara Ali

A spruced-up post office reopens in London’s East End today with longer hours seven days a week including Sundays.

Thu, 17:27
Lirttle Sameeha, 5, presented with her winning design T-shirt by law firm's David Bickerton

A five-year-old child in London’s deprived East End has scored the winning design in a competition for a T-shirt for a team of rugby-paying lawyers who are the official legal advisors to the 2015 World Cup.

Sport

Yesterday, 18:41

Hammers manager Sam Allardyce is make a Song and dance about Alex

Yesterday, 17:32
Ross Wilkinson filled in as an emergency goalie for London Raiders last weekend (pic: John Scott)

London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson is writing a blog during the 2014/15 season

Yesterday, 16:30
Mathieu Baudry is available for tomorrow's trip to Port Vale.  Pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO

Leyton Orient can welcome back defenders Nathan Clarke and Mathieu Baudry for tomorrow’s trip to Port Vale.

Yesterday, 15:30
London Raiders play home matches at Lee Valley Ice Rink

Young defenceman joins ranks

Yesterday, 13:50
Leyton Orient interim manager Kevin Nugent. Pic: Richard Sellers/EMPICS Sport

Leyton Orient interim boss Kevin Nugent praised his side’s “professional” performance in the 2-0 midweek win over Doncaster, and he is after more of the same tomorrow at Port Vale.

Thu, 18:00
UEL's basketball squad continue winning start in the BUCS Premier League

First squad continue domination in BUCS South Premier

Thu, 17:30
UEL's Men Volleyball team in full flow.

Routine victory at Westminster for second team

Entertainment

Sunday, October 19, 2014

“If you’ve only ever seen stand up on TV, it’s so much better live,” explains Suzi Ruffell.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Professor Green - Growing Up In Public

Green shows what he can do when he puts his mind to his rhymes in this mixed bag of a return.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Death From Above 1979 - The Physical World

The feted duo pick up their guitars to retread old ground - but can they still cut it?

Monday, October 13, 2014

A Somali festival week kicks off in London’s East End on October 17 as part of Tower Hamlets council’s Black History Month.

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Late Night Tales - Franz Ferdinand

Yet another sterling selection in this series, this time from Alex Kapranos and co.

Thursday, October 9, 2014
Ty Segall - Manipulator

Gritty, gambolling garage-rock raconteur hits his creative high water mark.

Monday, October 6, 2014
Can't wait... Summer's barely over, but these youngsters are ready for 'Winterville' fun in Vicky Park

A heart-stopping wall of death is coming to east London when a month-long winter festival is set up in the run-up to New Year’s Eve.

Competitions

Thu, 15:35

The London Lions are the only professional basketball team in the capital, based at the state-of-the-art Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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