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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Anti-social behaviour is a major concern in many communities across London. I have heard from residents about the impact that noise, drug use, and other disruptive activities have on their quality of life.

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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.

Tower Hamlets is home to approximately 3,500 adults who depend on adult social care and homecare services that have been offered free of charge for years.

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A look at issues of today

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With an election coming in May readers will hear lots of promises from politicians about what they can deliver. Being mayor means actually having to make those decisions.

This week, parliament debated the Homes Bill, which seeks to introduce new rules which will make it easier for tenants to take legal action against rogue landlords. I welcome the government’s decision to support the bill, although action is long overdue.

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An 11-year-old schoolboy from the Isle of Dogs has scooped top prize in a photography competition with an unusual view of London’s iconic Shard skyscraper.

Abdul Ahad is off to the Indian sub-continent to show them how Brick Lane makes curry.

In wishing all readers of the Advertiser a Happy New Year, I also wish each one of you a healthy one.

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An artist with Asperger’s Syndrome who is inspired by the movie world is staging his own public exhibition at east London’s Genesis cinema.

If 2018 is going to be anything like 2017, it’s going to be unpredictable.

How much do you remember about the weird and wacky world of Twitter this year?

Comedian Norman Pace was a hit with east London pensioners introducing entertainment on stage who remembered his TV hits in the 1980s — but this time without microwaving cat.

Big food and drink quiz

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

OK, you’ve probably eaten and drunk too much and you may be suffering for it today.

Fancy yourself as something of an aficionado of Christmas TV?

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