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Yesterday, 18:04

The Royal London Hospital have opened two dementia friendly tea rooms to help patients with recovery.

The chief executive of a secular pressure group has backed under-fire inner north London senior coroner Mary Hassell, saying “religion shouldn’t be a trump card.”

People who have gone through mental illness are telling their story at a Whitechapel employment event about their “journey back into work”.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan could hand the Met a £110 million funding boost for next year if his 2018/19 budget is approved by the London Assembly.

A drug dealer from Bethnal Green who was caught with cannabis, crack cocaine and heroin at a train station has been jailed for 40 months.

A woman’s body was found in Shadwell Basin yesterday morning.

The official speaker of Tower Hamlets Council is dropping in to see how sports projects at two schools can cut truancy and improve behaviour and learning.

A new arts and culture ‘zone’ has been added to the London Jobs Fair which is coming to east London for the first time next week.

Hundreds of households face being cut off for hours on end with road closures for a half-marathon charity race through east London with only 10 days to go.

Police have launched an appeal to help trace a Limehouse man wanted in connection with an assault.

A Whitechapel mosque opened its doors to the public on Sunday for Visit My Mosque Day.

The council has been slammed after a wall with a plaque dedicated to one of the ‘greatest ever Brits’ was left covered with graffiti and rubbish dumped nearby..

Chicken fans missing out on their favourite food after KFC closed stores across the country have been urged not to call the police to complain.

Boaters have been told not to move their vessels as environment bosses work to clean up a major oil spill polluting the River Lea.

KFC has announced more store closures after delivery problems meant that it ran out of chicken.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 17:00

The chief executive of a secular pressure group has backed under-fire inner north London senior coroner Mary Hassell, saying “religion shouldn’t be a trump card.”

Yesterday, 13:29

A drug dealer from Bethnal Green who was caught with cannabis, crack cocaine and heroin at a train station has been jailed for 40 months.

Wed, 07:36

Police have launched an appeal to help trace a Limehouse man wanted in connection with an assault.

Health

Yesterday, 18:04

The Royal London Hospital have opened two dementia friendly tea rooms to help patients with recovery.

Yesterday, 16:55

People who have gone through mental illness are telling their story at a Whitechapel employment event about their “journey back into work”.

Mon, 17:41

Shoppers paying for carrier bags at the supermarket have spent enough to donate £3,800 to help homeless patients at the Royal London Hospital get through winter.

Environment

Tue, 13:50

Boaters have been told not to move their vessels as environment bosses work to clean up a major oil spill polluting the River Lea.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Gardener’s World TV presenter Mark Lane is helping a new community garden project in Whitechapel used for health rehabilitation after his own recovery from a car smash.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Part of a giant fatberg found blocking a Whitechapel sewer has gone on display at the Museum of London.

Politics

Yesterday, 13:47

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan could hand the Met a £110 million funding boost for next year if his 2018/19 budget is approved by the London Assembly.

Wed, 11:00

Hundreds of households face being cut off for hours on end with road closures for a half-marathon charity race through east London with only 10 days to go.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Developers are squaring up for a battle with Tower Hamlets Council over Sainsbury’s controversial Whitechapel redevelopment scheme.

Education

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Creative youngsters could win a free boat trip along the River Lea for their class.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Top Tory backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg ran the gauntlet of protesting students with ‘anti homophobe’ banners on the Mile End campus where he arrived to give a talk.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Strike action is to hit Queen Mary University when up to 700 college lecturers could walk out in a dispute about cuts to their pensions.

Heritage

Tue, 16:04

The council has been slammed after a wall with a plaque dedicated to one of the ‘greatest ever Brits’ was left covered with graffiti and rubbish dumped nearby..

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Developers are squaring up for a battle with Tower Hamlets Council over Sainsbury’s controversial Whitechapel redevelopment scheme.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

A new ‘poet in residence’ has been appointed at the historic Tower of London for 2018.

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