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Reece Kempley was on the last day of his holiday on the Greek Isle of Corfu when a prankster pushed him off a pier into the sea and changed his life for ever—causing a spine injury that has put him in a wheelchair.

Families who failed to get their first choice for primary school for their children starting education in September are being advised by Tower Hamlets Council how to appeal and about finding alternative places.

A defiant ex-Tower Hamlets Mayor Lutfur Rahman—banned from office since 2015 for corruption—has defended his record while in power on his return to politics in the run-up to next month’s council elections.

A new hotel is to replace a disused building trade showroom next to the former Mile End municipal bath-house.

Two dozen employees at Tower Hamlets Council raked in more than £100,000 in 2016/17, figures reveal.

An urgent call on all rival politicians in the Tower Hamlets council election to ask supporters to “behave ethically” has been made following an attack on a candidate for Lutfur Rahman’s Aspire party who was beaten up on the campaign doorstep.

Volunteering organisations in Tower Hamlets are being strengthened thanks to a funding boost from the council.

Public bodies, charities and businesses across the borough have reported differences in men and women’s pay for the first time.

Two landlords and a company director who housed tenants in an unsafe flat on an illegal tenancy have been ordered to pay more than £13,300.

Sewer and drainage capacity on the Isle of Dogs may not be able to cope with the 10 massive redevelopments now under way along the Thames, it has emerged.

Pensioners demonstrated to get the keys back to their social club in Wapping and demand to know where Tower Hamlets Council has taken their ‘Henry’.

Pensioners plan a protest in Wapping today to demand that they get the keys back from the local council to the neighbourhood centre where they have their bingo and hold tea dances.

A carbon fund using planning levies on new developments to eradicating ‘fuel poverty’ and reduce emissions in homes and schools has won Tower Hamlets Council a prestigious national award.

People are being educated on how to detect and prevent hate crime in training sessions run by Tower Hamlets Council.

Families fighting a losing battle on their doorstep against criminals peddling illicit drugs openly in the streets of Whitechapel are desperately appealing to Tower Hamlets Council for help.

Tower Hamlets Council scooped two awards at a national awards ceremony for local government.

The row in which Labour’s national party leader Jeremy Corbyn is accused of fermenting anti-semitism over a racist mural on a wall in Brick Lane six years ago has led to mass demonstrations planned outside parliament today and next month.

The theme for International Women’s Day on March 8, 2018 was #PressforProgress, a campaign that is intended to last throughout the year to strive for gender equality, which includes addressing the gender pay gap.

Hundreds of fed-up families have petitioned Tower Hamlets Council to get cameras installed to stop night-time car racers speeding through the narrow streets of Wapping.

The corrupt administration of ex-mayor Lutfur Rahman has officially been condemned by Tower Hamlets Council which he ruled for five years before being barred from office in the High Court.

Pensioners turned up in force at the town hall demanding Tower Hamlets Council leaves their social club alone.

Nearly 1,000 children took to the running track at Mile End Stadium yesterday.

Three more organisations have joined Citizens UK civic network’s east London founding branch at last night’s delegates’ assembly held in Shadwell.

Protesters have been arrested today after spraying slogans on City Hall in a campaign for clean air that was launched at Tower Bridge last year.

An old High Street bank has been turned into a ‘workpath’ hub by Tower Hamlets Council to help tackle youth unemployment a month after relaunching its youth service.

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