The people of London’s East End joined in the mourning for the Westminster terrorist victims at a church that knows tragedy.
A small team of volunteers from London’s East End have been to Calais and onto the refugee camp at Dunkerque to offer help to destitute families.
A government minister made a whistlestop visit to east London yesterday to meet relatives of terrorism just a day after Wednesday’s atrocity at Westminster.
Comedy and charity are set to collide for Red Nose Day today.
Police investigating yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster have arrested a woman in east London.
Some police in Tower Hamlets will be deployed on “public order aid” duties today following the terrorist attack in Westminster.
A policeman has been stabbed and his attacker shot by officers after a major terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.
A ukulele orchestra is calling on all uke players to join them in a Red Nose Day flashmob outside London Liverpool Street station.
A policeman has been stabbed and his apparent attacker shot by officers in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament.
Ambitious expansion plans to rejuvenate east London’s historic Geffrye Museum have taken a major step forward today with a £12.3 million National Lottery windfall.
The final public hearing opened today in the nine-year legal battle to stop developers “encroaching” on east London’s historic George Tavern music venue.
A domestic violence campaigner who has battled cancer and suffered the loss of a child has written a book in honour of inspirational mothers.
If you’re planning to take your mum out for Mother’s Day, take the train – and take her for free.
It’s sadly an all–too–common occurrence: hitting it off with someone in a bar, then they do or say something that makes you feel vulnerable and unsafe.
Detectives leading a murder investigation in east London have named the man found dead on a housing estate in Hoxton after formal identification has taken place.
Murder detectives have named the 26-year-old man found dead in a Hoxton flat as Greg Peake.
League One promotion chasers Rochdale and Millwall take a point each in a six-goal thriller at Spotland.
A warning shot has been fired by the Salvation Army’s world leader on a visit London’s deprived East End about closing doors on people when the Prime Minister triggers Article 50 next week to quit the EU.
Raymond Sculley is accused of battering Zdenek Makar to death with a bike lock in east London.
A man was battered to death with a bicycle lock after a petty spat at a chicken shop in east London.
A man accused of killing a catering manager with a bicycle chain after a trivial argument in a chicken shop said “Look what you made me do” as his victim lay dying in the street, a court has heard.
London's deputy mayor for policing has requested for the police watchdog to inspect the Met Police.
Call for police watchdog to investigate officers over ‘concerns’ in Tower Hamlets electoral fraud probeEast London Advertiser 21 Mar
The police watchdog has been asked to begin an investigation into electoral fraud during the 2014 mayor race in Tower Hamlets.
An independent candidate for mayor and Tower Hamlets councillor has urged the government to reconsider its plans to change school funding.
An inquiry set up by Lewisham Council into its controversial plans to seize land around The Den will begin next month.
Detectives investigating a shooting in Stepney have released CCTV images of a car believed to be connected to the attempted murder.
A Diocese church inspection has praised religious studies as outstanding at east London’s Bishop Challoner Catholic secondary schools.
A full-scale alert went out on the Thames to test London’s response to the “highly likely” threat of a terrorist attack.
Commuters were hit with delays of more than two hours after part of the District line ground to a halt.
Detectives have begun a murder investigation following the body of a man discovered in Shoreditch yesterday.
Dr George Legg, co-founder ‘Not A Split Second’ project Pic: Imogen Mills.
Photographer Rosie Mayell wants to share something with you.
The Geezers have received the following email from the Met’s Bow East Safer Neighbourhood Team: Dear All, Just to keep you updated in light of the recent incident yesterday in London.
Spring has Sprung.
Our friends at the fantastic Unicorn Theatre at London Bridge have teamed up with several professional theatre groups this Easter, to bring you Made in a Day, running 10 th -15 th April 2017.
The Geezers are planning a a Men’s Health Day for men in Tower Hamlets.
United Nations Offices – Geneva, Switzerland.
Roman Road Neighbourhood Forum Members, and new members too, are invited to the Neighbourhood Forum 25th March 2017 Public Meeting – 4.00-6.00pm at Chisenhale Art Place.
CCTV image of the white BMW shortly before shooting took place.
The Met Police are under investigation.
The man capured on CCTV who is being searched for.
QA: Artists in Conversation exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery.
Visit the Museum of London Docklands this Easter and enjoy FREE family events themed around their current exhibition – Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail, running 1-12 April 2017.
Shoes with messages from the relatives of those who disappeared.
European Union flag.
Tower Hamlets council will have power returned, two years after removal of corrupt mayor Pic: Gyles Glover ( Flickr ) Full powers will now be returned to Tower Hamlets council – almost two years after former mayor Lutfur Rahman was removed.
This coming Saturday, 25th March, is a public meeting of the Roman Road Bow Neighbourhood Forum at the Chisenhale Art Place from 4PM to 6PM The Forum's Steering Committee will be giving an update on the progress so far.
Raju Vaidyanathan talking through his photographs.
Take the kids to Story Scramble at The Tower of London during the Easter holidays(10-14th and 17-21st April), for just £1 entry if you are a Tower Hamlets resident*.
We’ve been chatting to some boutique owners this month to bring you some lovely mother’s day gift ideas.
Clapton Ulras celebrate a win.
Metropolitan police accused of major failures in Lutfur Rahman case.
It can definitely be said that one loses a sense of decadence while rearing small children, so imagine my excitement when a box of DECADENCE arrived in the post.
Rich Mix, the independent arts venue where the debates are being held Pic: Julian Walker ( Flickr ) Artists and creatives are taking part in a series of debates about the future of the arts in post-Brexit Europe, being held in Bethnal Green.
A THMs review of the neighbourhood Italian restaurant Bacaro on Roman Road.
Following on from our THMs Socials “I Can’t Get No Sleep”, on Monday the 10 th of April we’re inviting Kate from Harley Street Naturopath down to talk about how she helps mums and babies find their comfort zone with “How’s Your Body? How...
2 GREAT THINGS! Harley Street Naturopathy will be joining us on the 10th of April for our THMs Socials “How’s Your Body? How’s Your Baby?” with a mini baby massage class AND members can now enjoy 20% off Reflexology treatments and Baby ...
Whitechapel Gallery in Tower Hamlets, where you can find Terrains of Body exhibition on 12 March.
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