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A Tower Hamlets councillor who was the national treasurer for the now-discredited Momentum campaign in the 2017 snap General Election has cost the organisation more than £15,000 in fines over undeclared donations.

A couple were arrested at Mile End late last night after police were called to a disturbance reported at a house in Coburn Street.

Elderly and disabled people in Tower Hamlets have seen their freedom passes stop working - weeks before they are actually due to expire.

Yet another attempt is being made by Tower Hamlets Council to push through the controversial ‘Limehouse Triangle’ scheme to put up a tower block of flats on a nature preserve next to the Regent’s Canal.

A new academy has been opened to recruit and train more desperately-needed social workers in child care to avoid Tower Hamlets Council having to take on agency staff to cope with overloaded casework.

The councillor at the centre of the row over having shared antisemitic posts on social media was absent from last night’s Tower Hamlets Council meeting after circulating a full apology over his past views.

All the students taking A-levels at Whitechapel’s Swanlea Secondary have passed.

A call for flexibility to allow ‘fast track’ religious burials has been made by the Mayor of Tower Hamlets following a High Court ruling against a “dogmatic” queuing system.

Downing Street should up the tabs on the £1.1 million legal bills facing four petitioners who ousted Lutfur Rahman’s corrupt town hall regime in the High Court, the Mayor of Tower Hamlets is demanding.

The deadline for the next stage in Network Rail’s controversial £1.5bn arches sell-off is Thursday when the remaining four shortlist bidders must come up with a structured management plan to stay in the game.

Tributes have poured into Roman Road Market where traders and shoppers left flowers for Brian Baker, ‘the king of the wheelbarrows’ who has died aged 77.

The government has rejected a plea by anti-corruption petitioners to pick up the tabs on their £1 million legal bills after they got Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman’s regime banned for election rigging.

The prime minister has been asked to get the government to foot the £1 million legal bill for the High Court case which ousted Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman’s regime for election rigging.

Campaigners have turned a corner in their fight to stop the controversial Enderby Wharf cruise-liner scheme polluting a huge swathe of the Thames and the Isle of Dogs now that Greenwich Council has come on board.

A little boy’s busted lip has been taken up as the first case being dealt with by a new advice service on the Isle of Dogs.

A victim of the Libya-IRA Canary Wharf bombing has died in a nursing home in Stepney after living 22 years with his injuries.

Angry mums are furious over plans being discussed this-afternoon to close down three day-care nurseries run by Tower Hamlets council.

Children’s day-care nurseries run by Tower Hamlets Council are planned to be closed down—with the first shutting in five weeks.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in to the Advertiser this week.

Campaigners have won a victory today in their long fight for low-cost homes with the Mayor of London announcing that a disused railway depot in Shadwell is to be used for non-profit community land trust housing.

Potentially life-saving breast cancer screening appointments for women in Tower Hamlets have been delayed due to a shortage of staff to carry out the service.

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets is wading into the controversy of toxic clouds sweeping across the Thames to the Isle of Dogs from the proposed cruise liner terminal on the Greenwich Peninsular.

All new development should stop around Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs because critical services now identified by the Greater London Authority haven’t been put in place, campaigners are demanding.

Enforcement action is being threatened against a construction manufacturing site that has sprung up on the Isle of Dogs without planning permission.

Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs has welcomed Theresa May’s £400m pledge to replace dangerous cladding on tower blocks owned by councils and housing associations, with lips sealed on his own council’s spending.

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