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This week is National Hate Crime Awareness Week, which encourages people, organisations and charities to come together to stand against hate crime.

Crime has started to rise nationally.

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A week of events for the elderly is being championed by Tower Hamlets Council to tackle isolation and keep them active.

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In August Ofsted inspected Tower Hamlets Children’s Services to check for progress since the disastrous April 2017 report that condemned Children’s Services as ’inadequate’.

The rise in anti-social behaviour has had a real detrimental impact on families and communities, with people feeling unsafe on their streets and in their own homes.

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The universal credit benefit experiment is pushing people into problem debt.

Every dog has its day—and Jeffrey the Black Labrador has his day in east London on September 23 when Dogs’ Day is formally declared in Wapping.

Top fashion returns to Canary Wharf later this month with three days of catwalk shows, pop-up boutiques, live music and enticing discounts.

This overdue launch, just eight months before Brexit Day on March 29 2019, comes after consistent pressure from the People’s Alliance of Tower Hamlets (PATH) and Tower Hamlets Liberal Democrats.

As children return to school in the borough, and we recently celebrated excellent exam results, we are mindful of the threat hanging over our schools due to government cuts.

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Letters, contributions and comments sent in to the Advertiser this week.

Small businesses in our community play an invaluable role in boosting our local economy and culture.

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I’m deeply concerned about the corporate rent rises the government have imposed on local businesses that occupy the Network Rail arches.

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