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Britain’s oldest professional chamber orchestra has started a residency at Queen Mary University for performance and music education which could include ‘flash’ mobs.

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.

Top comedian Norman Pace was back this week entertaining pensioners with his Christmas knees-up which could become an annual East End festive beano.

Cinderella has brought the Christmas panto season to Mile End amid the eternal battle with her Ugly Stepsisters.

Sporting Bengal United have now gone 12 matches in all competitions without suffering a defeat

NHS staff at hospitals across east London are almost twice as likely to be victims of abuse as the national average, according to the results of an England-wide healthcare survey.

An NHS body has held an awards ceremony to congratulate hundreds of east Londoners who took part in their training programme.

The east Londoners secured their first victory of the season last weekend

There will be no service on the Central line on Friday if the planned Tube strike goes ahead.

A man has been stabbed in the face on a Central line train.

A piece from our Kick-Off pullout, where we look ahead to what Tower Hamlets can do this season

Mums turned up to address Tower Hamlets cabinet meeting with a plea against closing down their children’s nurseries—but were barred from speaking.

Barts Health Trust is one of the top 50 employers in the UK for boosting equality.

A nurse who raped a patient at an east London hospital was today sentenced to 15 years behind bars.

A leading campaigner for a state health service was the radical Mayor of Poplar who in 1921 would rather go to prison in Great Rent Strike than have the polltax of his day forced on the East London’s poor.

Summer activities begin at the end of the month with a packed family programme by Tower Hamlets Council running until September.

Low paid NHS workers employed by an outsourcing giant at the NHS trust which runs Royal London Hospital today held a series of lunchtime protests over pay.

The Greater London Women’s Football League Division Three North side are recruiting teams for their summer event later this month

Hospital chiefs are turning to Michelin ‘star’ restaurants to help serve up new ideas to improve life for patients on the wards at the Royal London.

Staff employed by outsourcing giant Serco in east London hospitals yesterday staged a protest at the company’s board meeting over pay.

A charity in Mile End that gets children to take up science and technology has landed a £1,000 windfall from Amazon.

The parties battling for votes ahead of local elections next week have clashed over their affordable housing plans.

The family of Eric Meighan, a cancer sufferer from Mile End who died on March 1, have made a tribute video in his memory.

Civil Servant Esmeralda Castrillo is running in the London Marathon for the first time raising funds for a charity for people with communication needs including the deaf and blind.

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local elections to protect the borough’s parks.

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