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• Adorable puppy STOLEN outside Romford supermarket • Christmas Number 1: Will the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS choir beat Justin Bieber to the top spot? • Mottingham man strangled dog to death 

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

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Editor's ChoiceCold-hearted: Thieves steal presents from under Christmas tree and wreck baby's toys in Mitcham

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Editor's ChoiceRoutemaster? Gut-buster! London buses to run on kebab and chip fat

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Editor's ChoiceArsenal: Thierry Henry explains why Gunners can't replace Olivier Giroud

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Editor's ChoiceCute Christmas critters: Check out these adorable animals getting in the festive spirit at London Zoo

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Adorable puppy STOLEN outside Romford supermarket

An adorable six-month-old Pomeranian puppy was stolen from outside a shop at the weekend - and now we’re appealing for readers’ help to reunite him with his owner for Christmas.

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Christmas Number 1: Will the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS choir beat Justin Bieber to the top spot?

The Christmas Number 1 2015 winner could be a south-east London NHS choir as their mash-up, ‘A Bridge Over You’, is currently rocketing up the charts.

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Mottingham man strangled dog to death

A man has been found guilty of killing his dog after the dead animal was found tied to railings with rope.

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Mum and four-year-old child hit by car in the City

A mother is in hospital after she and her four-year-old child were hit by a car as they walked down London Wall on Monday afternoon.

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LATEST COMPETITIONS

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Win a private capsule on the London Eye for you and 15 friends

This festive season the Coca-Cola London Eye has been transformed into a unique winter setting and a must-visit destination, as Frostival returns for its third consecutive year with a range of Christmas shaped fun.

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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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LATEST SPORT

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London24 Team of the Week: Arsenal and Spurs dominate with Chelsea playmaker

It was a good weekend of Premier League football in the capital, with four wins and a draw for the five London clubs.

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Arsene Wenger sets date for Alexis Sanchez return after injury problem

Alexis Sanchez will not be fit to play for Arsenal until January 10, according to manager Arsene Wenger.

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Media Watch: Arsenal battle for highly-rated midfielder and Chelsea striker set for recall

The latest stories from around the web on the London clubs as the transfer window approaches.

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AROUND THE WEB

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Calais migrants charging visitors to see Banksy mural

Migrants in Calais have started charging people to view a mural by elusive street artist Banksy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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Fed up Siberian voters want Barsik the cat as city Mayor

Barsik, who is a cat, won a landslide victory in a social media poll asking locals in the Siberian city of Barnaul who they want as their next Mayor.

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TECHNOLOGY

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The best Bluetooth speakers to buy this Christmas

You might have a stunning hi-fi in your living room, but what happens if you want great quality sound that you can easily carry around? What you need is a Bluetooth speaker, and Alphr.com has reviewed five of the best.

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The best games this Christmas - for you or as a gift

2015 has turned out to be rather a good year for games. The current consoles are now into their stride with developers getting to grips with the hardware, with impressive results.

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QUIZZES

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QUIZ: How well do you remember Jose Mourinho’s time at Chelsea?

Jose Mourinho’s two spells at Chelsea have been far from quiet but how much do you remember about what the special one said, did and signed? Take our tricky 10 questions and find out.

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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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The NEXT Star Wars film to start shooting in London ‘within weeks’

The dust has barely settled from the worldwide hysteria over Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but its Peckham-born start John Boyega told fans in Brixton last night that the sequel would start filming ‘within’ weeks.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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VIDEO: Cold-hearted thieves steal presents from under Christmas tree in Mitcham

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Young man stabbed around the corner from White Hart Lane

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Mum and four-year-old child hit by car in the City

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Spurs hat traps Kentish Town burglar

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The Shard evacuated: Customers ‘had to walk down 33 flights of stairs’

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LONDON Weather forecast

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