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Tower Hamlets destroyed more abandoned cars than any other London borough according to freedom of information (FoI) requests.

Students have been told to take a stand against racism and Islamophobia at a vigil for the 50 people killed in the New Zealand terror attack.

Three firefighters who died in action during the Second World War have been remembered on the anniversary of their deaths.

Tower Hamlets Council has declared a climate emergency over its ‘toxic’ air pollution levels.

Police believe two men found dead on the railway line between Hackney Wick and Stratford had been on top of a moving freight train wagon.

A woman living in Tower Hamlets who admitted stalking after posing as a man on a gay dating app has fled to France while awaiting sentencing.

Police investigating the murder of a father as he tried to defuse a row outside a bar in Shoreditch have arrested a man.

An NHS trust that provides mental health care to thousands of patients in east London is going green by getting 100 per cent of its energy from renewable sources.

The family of a Bethnal Green ‘Jihadi bride’ is expected to launch a high court challenge today against the home secretary’s decision to strip her of her British citizenship.

A leader doctor based in Tower Hamlets believes a new innovative programme could tackle toxic air pollution in the capital.

Tower Hamlets Council has won an award for its efforts to stop hate and violence against females in the borough.

Charles Knowles is Professor of Surgery at the Royal London Hospital by day.

A one-off operation that targets the nerves connected to the kidney has been devised by surgeons at Barts and the Royal London that reduces blood pressure in hypertension patients for at least six months.

Two people have been found dead on railway tracks between Hackney Wick and Stratford station.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 10:00

A woman living in Tower Hamlets who admitted stalking after posing as a man on a gay dating app has fled to France while awaiting sentencing.

Yesterday, 07:45

Police investigating the murder of a father as he tried to defuse a row outside a bar in Shoreditch have arrested a man.

Wed, 17:10

The war on street drug dealers and runners in Bethnal Green has led to 114 arrests and more than 300 ‘stop-and-search’ incidents in just five weeks often using council CCTV surveillance, police statistics reveal this week.

Health

Yesterday, 07:00

An NHS trust that provides mental health care to thousands of patients in east London is going green by getting 100 per cent of its energy from renewable sources.

Thu, 17:00

A leader doctor based in Tower Hamlets believes a new innovative programme could tackle toxic air pollution in the capital.

Thu, 10:00

A one-off operation that targets the nerves connected to the kidney has been devised by surgeons at Barts and the Royal London that reduces blood pressure in hypertension patients for at least six months.

Environment

10:00

Tower Hamlets destroyed more abandoned cars than any other London borough according to freedom of information (FoI) requests.

Yesterday, 07:00

An NHS trust that provides mental health care to thousands of patients in east London is going green by getting 100 per cent of its energy from renewable sources.

Mon, 07:00

A food waste disposal company is calling on east London boroughs to work towards increasing their recycling rates this Global Recycling Day.

Politics

Yesterday, 14:00

Tower Hamlets Council has declared a climate emergency over its ‘toxic’ air pollution levels.

Wed, 17:10

The war on street drug dealers and runners in Bethnal Green has led to 114 arrests and more than 300 ‘stop-and-search’ incidents in just five weeks often using council CCTV surveillance, police statistics reveal this week.

Wed, 09:00

Families living in St Clement’s housing at Mile End invited Tower Hamlets mayor John Biggs to sign an “oranges and lemons” pledge to secure their own community space now in danger of being sold off.

Education

Yesterday, 19:11

Students have been told to take a stand against racism and Islamophobia at a vigil for the 50 people killed in the New Zealand terror attack.

Mon, 17:00

A ‘goddess of war’ event which hopes to solve the global plastics crisis is being staged at Queen Mary University to encourage women into the technology industry.

Mon, 11:00

The Jewish festival of Purim which starts Wednesday evening is being celebrated today at Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden with up to 400 guests expected.

Heritage

Mon, 15:00

Train enthusiasts were taken back in time on a beautifully restored art-deco underground train that passed through Barking, Dagenham, West Ham and finished in Upminster.

Mon, 11:00

The Jewish festival of Purim which starts Wednesday evening is being celebrated today at Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden with up to 400 guests expected.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

An ambitious contract to transform East London’s landmark V&A Museum of Childhood into a state-of-the-art centre for the 21st century has been won by architects less than a mile down the road.

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