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Tower Hamlets Council has installed collections bins across the borough where people can donate items for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

An investigation is underway after a recycling lorry crashed into a low railway bridge between Whitechapel and Bethnal Green causing main line rail services to he halted for two hours.

A police officer has been jailed after admitting perverting the course of justice following a car crash in Limehouse in which he pretended to be the driver.

A planned night-time levy selling alcohol after midnight aimed at kerbing drunkenness and anti-social activity has been halted at the last minute.

A family facing eviction today from emergency accommodation after having to quit their flat in Limehouse where 20-year-old Karolina Chwiluk was stabbed to death in front of them have been given extra time to stay.

The first-ever Bangladeshi woman speaker of Tower Hamlets Council was elected without opposition at last night’s annual general meeting at the town hall.

A month-long campaign to fight tooth decay and child obesity has been started by Tower Hamlets Council to tackle numbers of overweight youngsters which are among the highest in the country.

Developers tonight have lost the “battle of the booze” in London’s East End to convert an historic building in Spitalfields once used as Victorian omnibus stables into a complex of 17 restaurants and four bars.

Preparations for the biggest celebration of the Bengali New Year in Europe are under way in east London with less than a fortnight to go.

A charter drawn up by local authorities in east London to curb child obesity and reduce sugar in foods on public sale has been signed first by Tower Hamlets Council.

Tower Hamlets Council has the second highest increase in the number of employees earning over £100,000, according to a report out today.

Tower Hamlets Council plans to invest millions of pounds into housing and education following a report which has highlighted the biggest issues in the borough.

London’s first ‘night czar’ is looking into at the impact of the night time economy and is coming to the East End to help tackle anti-social behaviour on the streets.

The new East London Harmony youth choir is giving free singing workshops to interested teenagers on Sunday week.

Parents have voted overwhelmingly to keep the name of Osmani primary school in the heart of East London’s Bengali community against the governors’ decision to change it to an English name.

Protesters picketed en mass last night’s budget meeting at Tower Hamlets Council as a £75 million raft of public service cuts was voted through.

A two-year-old tot started the massive demolition of east London’s former Westferry printworks on the Isle of Dogs today.

Work is underway on a £25 million scheme for east London’s new Hackney Wick Overground station complex with major improvements in the surrounding streets.

Protests are planned by parents against a school in London’s Bangladeshi East End community planning to change its name from Osmani to Vallance.

Contemporary singing workshops to teach soul, pop and gospel are being set up for teenagers in London’s East End run by professional choral conductors.

We’ve reached the end of the line with our nightly series on the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary by looking at the fall from grace of an elected mayor and the start of London’s ‘super tube’ giving hope for the East End’s future. It’s how we’ll be shaping up for the next 150 years reporting the news...

Artist Tracey Emin has pulled out of her controversial plans to tear down a period building in a conservation area in London’s East End and put up what critics called “a Stalinist crematorium” in its place—much to the relief of the neighbourhood.

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.

Labour took a bruising at last night’s Whitechapel by-election result in east London when a “novice” independent candidate won the seat on Tower Hamlets Council with a runaway majority.

A demolition scheme to pull down 25 disused railway arches to make way for student accommodation in London’s East End has won an environment regeneration award.

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