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Docklands & East London Advertiser, The
Waltham Forest Echo
Green light for go for V&A Museum of Childhood’s kaleidoscope stairs
19 HRS AGO - A major redevelopment of the famous Museum of Childhood has been given the green light by Tower Expand
Activist pulled off train roof at Canning Town as Extinction Rebellion protests disrupt Jubilee line and DLR
1 DAY AGO - Commuters pulled a protester off the roof of a train at Canning Town as Extinction Rebellion Expand
Man, 23, found stabbed in Bethnal Green
2 DAYS AGO - A man has been found stabbed outside Bethnal Green tube station.
Disabled five-year old leaves UK for treatment in Italy
2 DAYS AGO - The family of a severely disabled five-year-old girl have marked her departure for an Italian Expand
‘Regent’s Canal gasholders should be turned into a museum, not taken apart’ urges East End Waterway Group’s founder Tom Ridge
3 DAYS AGO - Many towpath users will enjoy seeing the two Regent’s Canal gasholders that form an iconic Expand
Date set for sick five-year-old to fly to Italy for treatment
3 DAYS AGO - A sick five-year-old girl is set to fly out to Italy after her parents won a High Court battle Expand
Man charged with attempted murder after Whitechapel stabbing
4 DAYS AGO - Police have charged a man with attempted murder after a stabbing in Whitechapel’s Turner Expand
‘We have to make mistakes in life’: Angelina Jolie’s advice for Whitechapel schoolgirls
6 DAYS AGO - Angelina Jolie has urged pupils from a Whitechapel school to make a “big, beautiful Expand
Witness appeal: Murder hunt after schoolboy is stabbed in Stratford shopping centre
7 DAYS AGO - Detectives have pledged to hunt down those responsible for a schoolboy’s murder in broad Expand
More than just sport
22 HRS AGO - Flames founder Joshua Wehner talks to James Cracknell about how he’s using basketball to Expand
Families go hungry while Tower Hamlets Council battles to ‘fill gap’ in Universal Credit
1 DAY AGO - Parents with young children have gone without food or adequate winter heating after being moved Expand
Sick five-year-old at centre of High Court battle arrives in Italy
2 DAYS AGO - A severely disabled five-year-old girl whose parents won a High Court battle to move her abroad to Expand
Aid charity rapped by watchdog after five-year probe into finances
2 DAYS AGO - Evidence of “serious mismanagement” has been found at an east London charity sending Expand
We need more hospital beds
3 DAYS AGO - Mary Burnett from Waltham Forest Save Our NHS on the battle over bed numbers at Whipps Cross Back Expand
Amber weather warning issued for thunderstorms and heavy rain across London
3 DAYS AGO - Thunderstorms, heavy rain and flash flooding is expected to bring travel disruption across London Expand
Remembering Dave ‘Dod’ Knight
6 DAYS AGO - A tribute to the local trade unionist, O’s supporter and righter of wrongs, written by Mick Expand
Rangoli floating flowers to brighten Canary Wharf for Diwali Festival of Light
7 DAYS AGO - A Rangoli powder art performance is planned at Canary Wharf to mark the lead up to the Hindu Expand
Diabetes: New Tower Hamlets group will help you live a healthy life
7 DAYS AGO - A group is being set up to help the 17,000 diabetics in London’s East End live normally.
Politicians slam ‘unacceptable disruption’ on Jubilee line and DLR caused by Extinction Rebellion activists
1 DAY AGO - Politicians have criticised Extinction Rebellion protesters who targeted Jubilee line and DLR Expand
It’s no Hardy pipe dream guarding the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London
2 DAYS AGO - A Northumberland piper is the new boy on the block to guard the Tower of London and the Crown Expand
Rush hour chaos as Central line suspended
2 DAYS AGO - Rush hour commuters are facing severe delays on the Central line currently.
East London’s hospital trust among the best for helping the disadvantaged access opportunity
3 DAYS AGO - The hospital trust for Newham and Tower Hamlets has been praised for its work providing Expand
How a flooded hidden chapel at Oxford House is now Bethnal Green’s jewel in the crown
3 DAYS AGO - A hidden chapel built by Victorian philanthropists at Oxford for the East End’s poor is Expand
Man dead after Isle of Dogs flat fire
4 DAYS AGO - A man has died after a fire destroyed a ground floor flat on the Isle of Dogs on Saturday (October Expand
Parents hit back over Raine’s Foundation school’s future after High Court let down
6 DAYS AGO - Parents who have lost a High Court battle to stop Raine’s Foundation closing have accused Expand
Raine’s Foundation School: Pupil loses legal fight over closure consultation
7 DAYS AGO - A pupil has lost a legal fight over a consultation on the future of a 300-year-old Bethnal Green Expand