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Life has settled for the once-immigrant Bengali community three generations down the road from having faced attacks and murder in the Whitechapel of the 1970s.

Work has started on a ‘neuron pod’ science learning centre on Queen Mary University’s Whitechapel campus.

A run-down street on the Isle of Dogs is being turned into an ad hoc community enterprise area with neighbourhood businesses setting up in empty shops.

Civil Servant Esmeralda Castrillo is running in the London Marathon for the first time raising funds for a charity for people with communication needs including the deaf and blind.

Some of the world’s most famous images over the past half-century that define life in the late 20th and early 21st century go on show at Canary Wharf next week.

The theme for International Women’s Day on March 8, 2018 was #PressforProgress, a campaign that is intended to last throughout the year to strive for gender equality, which includes addressing the gender pay gap.

A faulty c2c train at West Ham has created disruption across the entire rail line serving Limehouse, Barking and Upminster.

Three years ago, I became mayor in circumstances I never expected. The borough’s reputation was in tatters following the removal of the previous mayor.

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Council staff from Tower Hamlets have been out all day putting 20 tonnes of salt on the streets to keep side roads and some main roads open during the snow.

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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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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