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Refugees from the Syrian conflict may soon be resettled across east London with the launch of a foundation set up this-evening by the Whitechapel-based Citizens UK network of community groups.

Discover the architectural gems on your doorstep with the return of an event all about celebrating the capital’s innovation and heritage.

Sculptor Kenneth Armitage is centre stage at the prestigious Canary Wharf to mark the centenary of his birth.

England 4 Canada 2

England’s men will face Canada for a place in the 2018 World Cup at the Olympic Park’s Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre on Thursday evening (8pm).

England international buoyed by Rotterdam experience

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix review.

A student has been jailed by the Old Bailey today for 15 years for leaving a home-made bomb on the London Underground on board a Jubilee line train passing through Canary Wharf.

A student who caused evacuations on the London Underground with an explosive device he left on a Jubilee line train has been convicted after being arrested by armed officers from the Met’s Counter-Terrorism Command.

The London Marathon is coming up on Sunday April 23, and as it’s one of the largest mass participation events in the world, there’s going to be a fair bit of travel disruption - but don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the road closures.

Security at London’s second tallest tower seems to have taken a ‘dive’ after two young men managed to get into One Canada Square in Canary Wharf and climbed up to the very top.

Hard-working forward snapped up by rivals

Today’s Tube strike was a mixed bag for commuters going through Stratford this morning, with travellers bound for Canary Wharf stuck in long queues whilst some routes had only minor disruption.

West Ham youngsters learn valuable lessons

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Under-12s compete at Truce Tournament in Belgium

Some big names have swung through the offices of the East London Advertiser on their way up the showbiz ladder, like TV’s Richard Madeley who joined us in 1975 as a young cub reporter. We are having our 150th birthday bash this week with a look back at some of the news of the day we’ve carried since 1866 and some of the characters who helped us write it. Richard tells his own story...

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