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Sunday, December 10, 2017

For some reason, Transport for London have changed the bus stop closest to John Lewis and Waitrose at Canary Wharf making it no longer available for passengers to get to the Isle of Dogs.

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A little boy with a very big heart is set to play Santa for real by helping rough sleepers on the streets of London’s East End keep warm over Christmas.

Tower Hamlets Council have launched their bid to become London’s Borough of Culture in 2019 or 2020.

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It took Agatha Christie’s private sleuth Hercule Poirot to use his little grey cells to turn St Katharine’s Docks into a blaze of colour.

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Saint Nicholas goes back to school in London’s East End this month to learn how to be a real Father Christmas.

The usual “bring a bottle” rule to get into a party is being adapted for the festive season to bring toys instead for children in hospital in east London.

Last year the British Red Cross declared that the NHS faced a ‘humanitarian crisis’ after our hospitals struggled over the winter period.

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No sooner the school summer holidays are over when east London’s Geffrye Museum announces its end-of-term Christmas activities.

A batch of 40 luxury apartments at the massive Goodluck Hope development on the Leamouth Peninsular near Canary Wharf has just gone on the market more than two years before the scheme is finished.

Thousands of people looking for their “true north” wandered into east London’s Victoria Park for a ‘triathlon of the mind’ with outdoor yoga and meditation.

Canals feature in some of the most beautiful landscapes the capital has to offer, but among their number were some which didn’t survive to be admired in the present day.

Applications have opened for free training in film and TV production for people in east London who are unemployed or on low pay.

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.

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