Students have finally won their three-year battle to stop the prestigious Sir John Cass School of Art's Whitechapel campus closing down.

Proposed changes to the Local Plan for the East End's development over the next 15 years are being put to the public before Tower Hamlets Council moves towards adopting it.

The mayor of Tower Hamlets has slammed government policy on right to buy as figures reveal ex-council homes in the borough have been re-sold to the tune of £631million.

Formal backing for the 'Breaking Point' campaign to fight the government's austerity programme and its impact on public spending has been agreed by Tower Hamlets Council.

Families living in St Clement's housing at Mile End are planning their own "oranges and lemons" demo to secure a community space for public use.

A whole raft of traffic restrictions near schools is planned by Tower Hamlets Council to cut the volume of passing cars when pupils are around.

Rifat Miah was only 13-weeks-old when he died from injuries including 47 broken bones, severe brain injury and a broken spine. Rifat was known to Social Services before his murder.

Parents have been given tips on how to deal with gangs and tackle cyber bullying and dangers of exposure to social media at a conference staged by Tower Hamlets Council.

Citizens from the rest of the EU who have made their home in east London are being offered help from Tower Hamlets Council's own Brexit contingency service to register if they want to stay.

Women have joined a career course run by Tower Hamlets Council to consider jobs in the building industry that were once an 'all male' preserve.

A woman shooting drugs in the street in front of children and persistently flouting court orders for four years banning her from housing estates in Bethnal Green has been jailed.

Women have marked the first anniversary of their own manifesto for Tower Hamlets Council with a 'Balance for Better' campaign on Women's International Day.

The famous Roman Road is getting a revamp in a new £3.3 million Bow town centre scheme.

A new policy to decide what's 'graffiti' and what's 'street art' has been agreed by Tower Hamlets Council to speed up removing unsightly daubings—while protecting renowned mural art.

Public consultations start today into the latest development at Canary Wharf where a hotel and luxury apartment tower block is planned at South Quay.

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