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It's a 'high five' for Santa who'll soon be riding high delivering the goodies on December 25

Santa hurries to beat the Xmas rush for cockney knees-up in Mile End

They don’t hang around for Christmas in London’s East End when it comes to a right old cockney knees-up.

Even Santa hurried to beat the Yuletide rush and raise a ‘high five’ when families in Mile End invited him along to collect the kids’ wish lists.

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The Menorah at Canary Wharf's Jubilee Park

Menorah lights go on for Chanukah at Canary Wharf’s Jubilee Park

A giant 20ft high Menorah—or candelabra—has been erected at Canary Wharf for the Jewish festival of Chanukah which began last night.

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Blackwall Reach under construction

Blackwall Reach housing scheme gets planning award while still being built

A huge regeneration scheme giving a badly-needed 1,200 more homes to ease the chronic shortage in London’s East End has won a planning award—even though building has barely started.

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From left to right: Mardy Malika, Giles Roberts, Belle Crawford, Nick Broad, Dawn Marie, Chris Smith

Tech City: App helps buskers earn a living in ‘cashless’ society

Tech City is the third largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, we bring you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week, Sophie Inge talks to Nick Broad, the founder of BuSK, a new app that allows street performers to receive cashless payments.

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Lynwood Care Home, in Beccles Drive, Barking

Bethnal Green man, 22, appears in court over care home arson

A 22-year-old man from Bethnal Green will reappear in court next week in connection with a fire at a care home that left a severely disabled woman fighting for her life.

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Dickie Beau channels multiple personas in his LOST IN TRANS

Classical myths echo in Dickie Beau’s LOST IN TRANS

Disembodied voices emanating loneliness on a bleak theatre set might not be your idea of getting into the festive spirit.

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Need a rehersal room? Performers ready for Spitalfields 12-day Winter Music Festival opening today in London's East End

Spitalfields Winter Music Festival opens with 12 days of spellbinding performance

Early music and seasonal Christmas music are set to keep audiences spellbound for the next 12 days when this year’s Spitalfields Music Winter Festival opens today in London’s East End.

It features a wealth of early music, festival debuts from renowned European ensembles, premieres, exclusive works-in-progress, family-orientated concerts and activities and seasonal music from some of the country’s most popular ensembles.

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho can't believe he might have to face Leyton Orient in the third round of the FA Cup (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

The reaction to the O’s potentially facing Chelsea in the third round of the FA Cup

Orient must beat Scunthorpe United first in next Tuesday’s second round replay at Glanford Park, although that date is subject to change

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Leyton Orient players celebrate after Jay Simpson scores again (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Simpson up for Sky Bet award

Former Arsenal striker nominated for player of the month after scoring four times during November

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Orient could face Chelsea in the third round of the FA Cup

Ian Hendon’s side will travel to the Premier League champions if they can beat Scunthorpe United next week

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Leyton Orient boss Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Hendon hails McAnuff’s commitment

Orient boss full of praise for Jobi McAnuff as well as Charlie Grainger and other youngsters who featured against Scunthorpe

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Revenge of Jack the Ripper's victims... angry Jane Nichol takes machete to effigy of Ripper Museum owner [photo images: Ken Mears]

‘Jack the Ripper victim’ bloody revenge hacking by women protest at museum

Jack the Ripper was back on the streets of London’s East End yesterday hacking to death what appeared to be the latest victim—left slumped on the pavement covered in blood.

The police stood by as ‘the Ripper’ decapitated the body on the pavement in what looked like a gory crime scene outside the controversial Jack the Ripper Museum in Cable Street, near the Tower of London.

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Armani Exchange Ladies watch AX5406

Win an Armani Exchange AX5406 Ladies watch

Babla’s Jewellers are delighted to giveaway this “Armani Exchange Ladies watch AX5406”. It has a 40mm sizeable case, three sub dials, crystal encrusted bezel and rose gold colour scheme, the Capistrano is a highly contemporary and cool watch.

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Win £100 of Amazon vouchers courtesy of Stansted Citylink

Win £100 of Amazon vouchers courtesy of Stansted Citylink

Win £100 of Amazon Vouchers to blow on the January sales courtesy of Stansted Citylink. An additional 20 winners will bag a pair of return tickets on the new, non- stop, direct coach service connecting London King’s Cross with Stansted Airport.

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Win a Macbook Pro

Here’s your chance to win an amazing 15 inch Macbook Pro if you’re the lucky winner of this MyOffers competition. With its brushed aluminium casing, even at first glance the Macbook looks incredible: sleek lines, a wealth of ports and connections and weighing just 2.56kg. Once you open the lid, the Macbook really comes in to its own as the laptop to be seen with.

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