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Tech City: Silicon Lunchabout event breaks down barriers for mums with babies

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 Victoria Ibitoye chats to June Angelides and Simona Barbieri, the women behind Silicon Lunchabout.

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Morpeth pupils learn news after 2,500 years—Athenians win Marathon Battle

Sixthform students studying Ancient History at an east London school have returned from Athens to see where the ancient battle of Marathon was played out for real.

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Archaeologists unearth huge Neolithic ‘Wells Henge’

Another ‘Stone Henge’ even bigger than the world famous heritage site and dating back nearly 5,500 years has been discovered by archaeologists.

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Women taking legal action after police drop case against Tower Hamlets ex-mayor Rahman

Two women are planning private summonses against former Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman in the face of a police decision not to go ahead with criminal action for election fraud and malpractice.

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Protesters threaten court action over East End parking charges up 658pc

Angry protesters are planning to take their social landlords to court over parking charges being whacked up by 658 per cent on housing estates in London’s deprived East End.

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Boxing finals cancelled over ‘threat to life’

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Matchroom Boxing Foundation official partner of England Boxing Elite National Championships

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Bartabas’s production of Golgota at Sadler’s Wells with horses performing alongside their human partners brings its own special quality, as you adjust to a slower pace of life as imagined in Holy Week in old Seville, writes Allis Moss.

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New York’s celebrated and stunningly colourful Rainbow Bagels have arrived in one east London bagel shop.

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