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Friday, February 17, 2017

There were 85 newly-discovered cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) of women living in Tower Hamlets recorded in just one year.

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

Louise McCormick may have been born with a hole in the heart defect — but insist she’s fit enough for a 10k run at east London’s Olympic Park.

Hospitals across East London including the huge Royal London have been hit by a cyber attack with patients’ confidential records having to be taken offline.

Volunteers are running a soup kitchen at lunchtime today to help feed and clothe the homeless in London’s East End.

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

Sufferers of Sickle Cell disease have been behind the scenes to meet the scientists who routinely save their lives at the pathology research labs in east London where their blood is regularly screened.

A new security tagging system has been introduced for newborns at the Royal London Hospital’s new birthing unit after fears about babies being given back to the wrong mum after birth.

Babies being born at the Royal London Hospital are at risk of being given back to the wrong parents, a shock inspection has revealed.

Thousands of tenants have been without hot water and winter heating on the regenerated showpiece Ocean housing estate in London’s East End.

Primary schoolchildren are to get free breakfasts before they start lessons each day at 57 more schools around Britain in a campaign launched today in London’s deprived East End.

The Lord Mayor of London has visited east London’s famous Mildmay Hospital to see the work of the medical staff and to meet patients at the end of its 150th anniversary year.

Too many schoolchildren in London’s deprived East End are ending up in hospital because of a lack of NHS resources, an MP has warned.

A chain of “low cost” private GP practices has opened its eighth clinic in London after raising investment with an online crowdfunding campaign.

A schoolboy has died after he was taken ill during what’s believed to have been a lunchtime detention at a secondary school in London’s East End.

Today at 11am, November 11, the nation marks the moment when the guns fell silent in 1918 to end the Great War with a London Remembrance service at City Hall this-morning, while preparations are also under way for services to remember the Fallen being held this Sunday throughout the United Kingdom.

Doctors have been given a clean bill of health at an NHS practice in London’s East End—one of 200 GP surgeries in the country being inspected by the Care Quality Commission.

A lucky mum gave birth to one of the first babies in The Royal London Hospital’s first midwife-led maternity centre.

More people who have dementia are being diagnosed earlier in London’s East End compared to the rest of the country, latest NHS statistics reveal.

A Town Hall battle was expected tonight over the future of council youth services in London’s East End which are under investigation for corruption and malpractice.

A therapy gym struggling to keep going wants volunteers to join next month’s Victoria Park fun run in east London to mark its 10th anniversary.

A food alert has been sent to grocery stores in east London about farm-crafted cheese made with unpasteurised milk said to be linked to an E coli outbreak in Scotland.

Staff from London’s Morgan Stanley investment bankers are resting their legs this week following a gruelling 166-mile bike ride to Paris in just 24 hours.

A greasy spoon café in London’s East End has been fined in court for a mouse infestation that contaminated the food.

Public consultations have begun by Tower Hamlets council over plans to merge sexual health and contraception services across east London resulting from spending cuts.

Two pals take a break from London’s world of business to head out to Africa to run blind, race in wheelchairs and swim with their legs tied—even though they’re fit as a fiddle.

A woman with cancer and a 10-month-old baby girl are among hundreds of people hit by fumes from contaminated canalside land in London’s East End where a wartime smelting works once stood.

Hundreds of runners in red have dashed through east London’s Victoria Park focussed on their target to raise £50,000 for medical research.

A panting but smiling Carnegie Smyth arrived in east London yesterday after competing 1,000 killometres or 750 miles in the saddle.

He had been cycling around the UK in just 10 days raising awareness about using sport to tackle crime and obesity among deprived youngsters.

Three people have been arrested on suspicion of funding terrorism in east London and north London as part of a Scotland Yard counter-terrorism operation.

A woman civil servant has won the Points of Light award today for outstanding volunteering contribution from Prime Minister David Cameron in his final day in office.

Hospital patients are getting an implant for the first time on the NHS that could save the lives of people with uncontrollable high blood pressure.

Tiny Lennon Goulart-Williamson is just three years old—but desperately needs a matching donor to save his young life.

Musicians and performers from all over the world are setting the stage in London’s East End for the 40th Spitalfields Music Festival opening today (Thurs) with venues over the next three weeks including an eerie cemetery and a canal bank next to disused gasworks.

A teenager died in a road accident involving a lorry on a busy dual-carriageway in east London just before last night’s rush-hour.

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