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Hundreds of protesters are expected to picket outside the new Jack the Ripper Museum opening in London’s East End next week.

Tower Hamlets Council's new commission

A commission has been set up in London’s East End to make Tower Hamlets council more accountable and transparent after five years of secrecy by deposed mayor Lutfur Rahman.

UCL coming to Canary Wharf

One of London’s top international universities is setting up its new School of Management at Canary Wharf.

New almshouses in Poplar being unveiled by MP Jim Fitzpatrick

MP Jim Fitzpatrick opens a block of almshouses today (Thurs) in his constituency in London’s East End built by a charity that was set up by a Victorian philanthropist providing homes for women in need.

Toddler pirates who invaded Vicky Park [photo: Mat Webb]

A band of young pirates broke free from their nursery and invaded Victoria Park in a bounty-seeking adventure for East London’s Barnardo’s charity.

Dark Arts founder Peter Kennedy accompanies himself on accordion

An alternative ‘Dark Arts’ circus pitches its tent in “a cemetery near you” in London’s East End on Saturday.

Ripper Museum opening soon in Cable Street

The neighbours thought they were getting a museum in their street celebrating the achievement of heroines down the ages in London’s East End.

Scene of tragedy at Mile End playpark

Three summer of events have been cancelled at a children’s playground in London’s East End which has been marred by tragedy where a five-year-old girl died.

Boddington

A leading tech boss has called for more action to get girls interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects at school and for Tech City to become more multicultural.

Crime & Court

Thursday, July 9, 2015

The battle for ‘Old Flo’ has been won in the High Court by the people of London’s East End.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Tower Hamlets ex-mayor Rahman (inset) ordered to disclose earnings for last five years

Deposed ex-Mayor Lutfur Rahman has been ordered by the High Court today to disclose his income going back five years and tax returns back seven years.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The number 30 double-decker bus in Tavistock Square, which was destroyed by a terrorist bomb 10 years ago today.

Britain will today mark the 10th anniversary of the July 7 London terrorist attacks which left 52 dead and hundreds injured.

Health

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Commuters hit by today’s London Underground stoppage can take solace with ping-pong tables being set up today at 10 locations in the East End.

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Monday, July 6, 2015
Dina Asher-Smith and Maggie Alphonsi lighting 2015 Youth Games flame at opening ceremony

Youngsters representing the East End have come away with gold from the London Youth Games.

Monday, July 6, 2015
What a laugh... Nanny meets nanny down at Stepney City Farm [photo: Remi Bumstead]

A “furry animal” therapy project which helps improve the lives of the elderly and those in care homes has won a prestigious City of London award.

Environment

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Hundreds of protesters are to join hands to form a human chain encircling historic buildings at Norton Folgate next to London’s famous Spitalfields Market in a campaign to stop developers demolishing a huge swathe of the unique Georgian neighbourhood.

Monday, July 6, 2015
Dina Asher-Smith and Maggie Alphonsi lighting 2015 Youth Games flame at opening ceremony

Youngsters representing the East End have come away with gold from the London Youth Games.

Monday, July 6, 2015
What a laugh... Nanny meets nanny down at Stepney City Farm [photo: Remi Bumstead]

A “furry animal” therapy project which helps improve the lives of the elderly and those in care homes has won a prestigious City of London award.

Politics

52 minutes ago

Hundreds of protesters are expected to picket outside the new Jack the Ripper Museum opening in London’s East End next week.

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Tower Hamlets Council's new commission

A commission has been set up in London’s East End to make Tower Hamlets council more accountable and transparent after five years of secrecy by deposed mayor Lutfur Rahman.

Tue, 20:09
Scene of tragedy at Mile End playpark

Three summer of events have been cancelled at a children’s playground in London’s East End which has been marred by tragedy where a five-year-old girl died.

Education

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One of London’s top international universities is setting up its new School of Management at Canary Wharf.

Mon, 13:20
Culloden Primary School

A school has been given a ‘thumbs up’ by Ofsted in London’s East End after its first inspection since quitting Tower Hamlets council control to switch to ‘academy’ status.

Thursday, July 23, 2015
'Brainy Bunch' team-mates Humairah Yasmin and Ruksar Aziz from Poplar's Woolmore Primary [photo: Tony Hussey]

The ‘Brainy Bunch’ lived up to their name to scoop this year’s primary schools ‘Number Partner Challenge’.

Heritage

52 minutes ago

Hundreds of protesters are expected to picket outside the new Jack the Ripper Museum opening in London’s East End next week.

Tue, 23:52
Ripper Museum opening soon in Cable Street

The neighbours thought they were getting a museum in their street celebrating the achievement of heroines down the ages in London’s East End.

Thursday, July 16, 2015
Now you see it... Aerial view of Norton Folgate

Hundreds of protesters are to join hands to form a human chain encircling historic buildings at Norton Folgate next to London’s famous Spitalfields Market in a campaign to stop developers demolishing a huge swathe of the unique Georgian neighbourhood.

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