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An estate agent has been forced to pay more than £50,000 after letting an overcrowded flat with no heating and inadequate fire precautions.

A meeting has been set up for people to have their say on how to help the environment.

An anti-drugs street art campaign has appeared in and around Columbia road, Bethnal Green.

Calls on the public today to vote in another referendum are being made by Tower Hamlets Council’s newly-appointed Brexit Commissioner.

A financial ‘health centre’ is being opened today to help families struggling to make ends meet as the government completes its roll-out of Universal Credit to postcodes around Bethnal Green and part of Shoreditch.

A ‘carcinogenic’ weedkiller should be banned, according to a garden society chairman.

Shadwell Youth Organisation beat Aldgate Club East 5-4 in penalties at Mile End Stadium to lift the senior men’s trophy.

A Brexit ‘roadshow’ advice session for EU citizens living in Tower Hamlets is being held in Whitechapel tomorrow.

A family history event is being staged to help anyone who thinks their ancestors may have been East End suffragettes fighting for votes for women more than 100 years ago.

Traders have warned customers are already feeling the pinch from Brexit and its hurting business.

“Considerable weaknesses” remain in Tower Hamlets’ struggling children’s services despite improvements, according to Ofsted inspectors yesterday.

Stop and search powers could be increased to help police officers prevent acid attacks.

Network Rail has sold off its converted railway arches for £1.5billion.

The local Brexit Commission launched by Tower Hamlets Council today is starting off with the mayor wanting another referendum.

Off-licences and retailers are to get training to join the mayor of Tower Hamlets’ battle against boozed yobs in the streets.

Three drug dealers who peddled heroin and crack cocaine have been jailed for almost eight years.

A Grade II-listed former hospital’s roof and 500-year-old mulberry tree are at the centre of a row between a developer and campaigners.

Public events are being staged by Tower Hamlets Council to help clean up London’s East End.

Pupils across Tower Hamlets are celebrating their GCSE results under the new 1-9 grading system.

Those looking to avoid the madness of Notting Hill Carnival can head to Victoria Park this weekend.

A Love Island star has leant her support to charity football tournament kicking off in Mile End.

A further eight men from a Whitechapel drugs gang have been jailed.

The council spent more than £27,000 on cars for the borough’s leaders over the last three years, a campaign group has claimed.

Judge Nigel Peters QC handed the men prison sentences ranging from two years to 56 months at Snaresbrook Crown Court for possession and supply of class A drugs.

These knives have all been illegaly sold to underage children by dodgy traders in Tower Hamlets this year.

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