Clean up day 13th September ...
I have just seen an advertisement for the Let's Do It website calling for a local clear ups on 13th ...
August 23 2014 Latest news:
Two classmates at Bethnal Green Academy do everything together—study, play, go out and both even want to go to medical school to become doctors.
Liam Joseph-Beckles has been expelled from several schools and was not educated in mainstream provision.
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this Notting Hill Carnival weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.
Growing up in the recession is leading more students starting university this autumn wanting to set up their own business when they graduate, say researchers at HSBC’s Canary Wharf HQ.
Commuters will face delays this morning after Central Line drivers called a strike.
A retrospective of paintings by a local artist whose work has played a role in the borough’s history is being featured in a special exhibition.
There were rides and activities galore to entertain all ages at the Stepney Green fair on Sunday.
I remain busy at City Hall. There are new ideas for east London river crossings, plans for the next Crossrail line, major planning applications to dig into, budgets to manage, challenging policing matters to consider. Yet I am drawn back to comment yet again on Tower Hamlets politics. It’s not surprising – the East End is always the most raw and lively place in the UK.
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You could be shopping at the new look Shepherd’s Bush Market.