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Docklands & East London Advertiser, The
Waltham Forest Echo
COVID-19 vaccines hold the key to the road back towards normality
5 MINS AGO - Hopes for a return to more normal lives for all have soared with news of the vaccine roll-out. Expand
15 suspects cuffed as police smash ‘drugs ring’ in raids in east London and Essex
1 HR AGO - Police have busted what they believe is an organised drug-running operation with 15 arrests in Expand
Food banks in Christmas appeal for cash to feed East End families in need
1 DAY AGO - An emergency food appeal for 31 food banks in the East End has been launched in the run-up to Expand
Threats to close Bethnal Green and Cubitt Town public libraries as council faces Covid crisis
2 DAYS AGO - A people’s survey has been started over the threat of public libraries closing and cutting Expand
‘Space’ created for Dickens’ ghost of a story on Isle of Dogs with lockdown theatre ready to reopen
3 DAYS AGO - Three shows are ready for the reopening of The Space theatre in a converted church on the Isle of Expand
Hectic season in strange circumstances
5 DAYS AGO - Jim Nichols on the story of 2020/21 so far for Leyton Orient It has been a hectic start to the Expand
Corrupt Pc dismissed in east London for drug-running conspiracy and cash laundering
6 DAYS AGO - A corrupt police officer stationed in east London who used his patrol car to intercept Expand
London to be in Tier 2, cases still rising in eastern boroughs
7 DAYS AGO - This morning health secretary Matt Hancock has announced that London will revert to being in the Expand
Broadway Market shooting: ‘Break wall of silence’ appeal after woman, 32, is left wounded in street
7 DAYS AGO - A 32-year-old woman shot in the street in Broadway Market near London Fields on Sunday night is Expand
‘Our deaf children being targeted by Tower Hamlets budget cuts’ say mums
47 MINS AGO - Hundreds of deaf children could be hit if some specialist support teachers in schools are axed in Expand
Councillor suspended from Labour Party for saying ‘there’s no factual basis for Jewish race’
2 HRS AGO - A Tower Hamlets councillor and Momentum’s former national treasurer has been suspended from Expand
Show us your movies
1 DAY AGO - Emily Gunn from The Film Office on new movie releases and why Waltham Forest is a popular film set Expand
Popular children’s charity forced out of home
3 DAYS AGO - Walthamstow Toy Library set to leave its long-time base following huge rent hike, reports James Expand
‘Inadequate’ health centre in Stepney gets back on track and improves its care of patients
3 DAYS AGO - An “inadequate” health centre which had been in special measures in Stepney has Expand
Photographs by Laura Martinez
6 DAYS AGO - Photographs by Laura Martinez  Myself and artist Yanire Silva Delgado created ‘E17 Expand
Tobacco Dock reopening with ‘igloo bubbles’ to keep skylight revellers safe in Covid emergency
6 DAYS AGO - An “igloo village” is being set up on a rooftop in the London Docks ready for when Expand
Let’s brighten up Christmas by sharing festive displays
7 DAYS AGO - This Christmas is going to be different in many ways, but one thing that is set to remain is the Expand
Covid regulations: Council patrols to tour East End with advice in areas with high numbers of cases
25/11/2020 - Council officials are ready to tour the East End for the next seven days in locations identified Expand
Get set now to do business when the UK’s trading with the EU changes on January 1
1 HR AGO - From January 1, 2021 the way the UK trades with the EU will change. Businesses need to act now! Expand
Living next to the A13 gets you one of the fastest broadbands in London
5 HRS AGO - Two of the fastest streets in London for broadband connection are both just off the A13 in East Expand
Government confirms how much each council is to receive under Covid Winter Grant Scheme
2 DAYS AGO - The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced how much each local authority is to Expand
Barts to start recruiting for clinical trial aimed at helping people with multiple sclerosis
3 DAYS AGO - The first multiple sclerosis clinical trial to focus only on people in wheelchairs is to start Expand
Police appeal after man reportedly exposed himself to young girl near Canary Wharf
3 DAYS AGO - Police have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to identify after a report of indecent Expand
Network rail ‘sorry’ over derailment
6 DAYS AGO - Report by James Cracknell Network Rail has apologised to passengers after admitting its Expand
Under 50s and ‘non-priorities’ to stay on Tower Hamlets’ housing list after mayor makes U-turn
7 DAYS AGO - Campaigners and renters have won a victory and stopped Tower Hamlets Council cutting them from the Expand
Police bust latest rave in Limehouse within a mile of Poplar raid just 4 weeks before
7 DAYS AGO - Police have raided a second mass illegal rave in the East End within a mile of each other in less Expand