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Docklands & East London Advertiser, The
Waltham Forest Echo
Jailed: Five conspirators get total 35 years after police seize loaded guns ready to fire
2 HRS AGO - Five men have been jailed for a total of 35 years for a firearms conspiracy after police found two Expand
Walthamstow Street Portraits
1 DAY AGO - Walthamstow Street Portraits – by John Moore One of the things that I most enjoy about Expand
Child sex abuse inquiry opens Monday to test how Tower Hamlets and 5 other authorities cope
2 DAYS AGO - A public investigation into child sexual exploitation by organised networks in east London and Expand
Resident told to travel 562 miles for Covid-19 test
2 DAYS AGO - Report by Victoria Munro, Local Democracy Reporter A Walthamstow resident “was directed to Expand
Guess why pubgoers at The Albert in Bow had to cycle 50 miles on the spot
3 DAYS AGO - Pub regulars notched up 50 miles between them on bikes in east London—but weren’t Expand
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit mosque and Brick Lane bakery in East End tour
4 DAYS AGO - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated East End traditions when they made Jewish bagel Expand
Flexible return to work in a safe environment is good for us all
4 DAYS AGO - For the past six months, employers and employees have been adapting to ways of working from home. Expand
TfL starts work on Mile End to Westferry temporary cycle lanes
5 DAYS AGO - Work has started on temporary lanes aimed at making room for cyclists heading to and from Expand
All about the oil
13 HRS AGO - Jo Sealy from Waltham Forest Business Network meets an Italian farmer whose organic olive oil Expand
Covid test centre opens at Shadwell’s Watney Market after government is lobbied by Tower Hamlets Council
1 DAY AGO - A new government Covid-19 public test centre has opened today in east London (September 18) after Expand
Hands up anyone in east London having an illicit affair... well, that’s quite a lot of you!
2 DAYS AGO - More people are having undercover affairs in the East End than almost anywhere in London, Expand
Covid ‘community champions’ plan by Tower Hamlets Council to spread the word — not the virus
2 DAYS AGO - A Covid-19 “community champions” network is being set up in east London to deal with Expand
Furloughed East End workers reach almost 50,000 as mayor joins Gordon Brown’s call for job retention pledge
3 DAYS AGO - Former prime minister Gordon Brown’s national alliance campaign for economic recovery Expand
Parents being banned dropping off or collecting the kids by car at 6 more Tower Hamlets schools
4 DAYS AGO - More streets are being closed to traffic outside schools with Tower Hamlets Council announcing Expand
Sofa, so good
4 DAYS AGO - Interior designer Emily Wheeler tells James Cracknell about her mission to furnish the homes of Expand
Pedley Street ghost station reopens after Covid lockdown with trips back to Victorian London
5 DAYS AGO - The ghost of an old Victorian station closed down in Spitalfields 14 years ago has been shunted Expand
Taste of the Caribbean
6 DAYS AGO - Marcia Veiga takes a tour of the borough’s best Caribbean eateries Both Jamaica and Trinidad Expand
‘End hostile environment for refugees’ five London rallies today are demanding
1 DAY AGO - The government’s “hostile environment” towards asylum-seekers has come in for a Expand
Fewer new universal credit claims made in Tower Hamlets between July and August
1 DAY AGO - A total of 880 new claims for Universal Credit were made in Tower Hamlets between July and August, Expand
Impact of coronavirus test shortage revealed as investigation finds no slots anywhere in London
2 DAYS AGO - People with suspected coronavirus have been left unable to book a test slot anywhere in London, an Expand
Green light for new housing complex that keeps a bit of Bethnal Green’s old Victorian look
3 DAYS AGO - You’d hardly believe it but this is the 21st century “new look” that’s Expand
Roy’s art fair to open at Brick Lane’s Old Truman brewery postponed from April’s lockdown ban
4 DAYS AGO - The largest free arts fair anywhere in the British Isles is turning up in East London at the old Expand
Parents being banned dropping off or collecting the kids by car at 6 more Tower Hamlets schools
4 DAYS AGO - More streets are being closed to traffic outside schools with Tower Hamlets Council announcing Expand
Fund to support Hackney Wick and Fish Island creative community and create jobs after ‘devastating impact’ of pandemic
5 DAYS AGO - A new fund will create work for freelance artists in Hackney Wick and Fish Island who have lost Expand
Exhibition by Newham and Tower Hamlets artists explores connections to where they live during global uncertainty
5 DAYS AGO - Newham and Tower Hamlets artists will showcase works reflecting their interpretations of their Expand