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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Vic Jay shares the story of his father Bob’s Second World War bomber crew.

“I died in hell – (They called it Passchendaele).”

A deaf Nepalese photographer from the University of East London credits her disability with enhancing her artistic talent.

Right now a young kid that I work with is lying on a hospital bed in a critical condition after he was stabbed.

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW and her family find the picture-perfect Arc 1950 has a wealth of activity going on during the summer, meaning you’ll never be stuck for things to do

Cash has been rolling out onto the pitch for 23 East London grassroots football clubs which have scored with grants from Tower Hamlets council.

The future of a wall for street artists known the world over is in jeopardy as a development where Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre was unearthed draws near to completion.

Inventor Kris Rogus has made a breakthrough walking on water—last time that happened was 2,000 years ago!

Christmas quiz

Monday, December 26, 2016

Remember those pantomimes you’ve been to as a child or taken your own children to?

You know it’s Christmas when you turn on the TV to see James Stewart running through the snow or see a cartoon snowman flying through the air.

Christmas movie quiz

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Are you a film buff? How much do you know about Christmas movies?

Animal welfare volunteers are searching for missing kittens in London’s East End after the ‘mother’ cat was found abandoned in a box in the street with a note.

Delighted children received early gifts as Father Christmas landed his sleigh in London’s East End—with real reindeer, of course!

Pupils in one of London’s most deprived areas have set up their own Christmas collection for the local foodbank to help families in poverty.

After six years in power, the Chancellor last week confirmed what we all knew about the Conservative’s long-term economic plan – despite years of painful public sector cuts, the Tories have not balanced Britain’s books.

Even the freezing cold couldn’t prevent the crowds turning out in Brick Lane this-evening in the heart of London’s East End to see the Christmas Lights being switch on.

A curry house in London’s East End cooked up a victory last night when it was named ‘Restaurant of the Year’ at the prestigious ‘Oscars’ of the Indian cuisine trade.

Christmas has arrived at St Katharine’s-by-The-Tower with a giant floating yuletide tree with a-thousand fairy lights switched on for six weeks of festival celebrations.

This week the East London Advertiser marks its 150th anniversary with a special 40-page history supplement and a quiz.

A floating 45ft tree goes on display in the dock marina next to the Tower of London the opening of a Christmas market and film festival.

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