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‘Hope’ for Stratford jobs as construction materials firm ‘cements’ relations with rail network

Construction projects are opening up opportunity for jobs in London and the South East with the expansion of one of the country’s big suppliers of cement, concrete and aggregates.

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Top architects win battle to design Tower Hamlets new civic centre at Whitechapel

Schools are being involved in the design of the new town hall and civic centre in London’s East End planned as part of the Whitechapel urban regeneration.

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Spitalfields planning forum gets legal recognition in bid to halt City encroachment

The ancient parish of Spitalfields bordering the City of London has effectively come back to life with the historic creation of its own neighbourhood planning forum which was legally recognised last night.

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Isle of Dogs cut in half ‘disenfranchises’ thousands voting for planning forum

Thousands of families have been excluded from a neighbourhood planning forum they voted for in london’s Docklands in a move by Tower Hamlets council which community leaders claim has left them “disenfranchised”.

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It’s a scramble getting eggs hatched at Stepney’s Hawthorn Green care home

You know if it’s spring... when cute little chicks hatch out—that’s what happened at the Hawthorn Green care home in London’s East End after it took delivery of 10 chick eggs.

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What with you do with a colossal £3,000 to spend in a supermarket? Carefully plan each weeks shopping to make sure you got the most for your money? Or go wild in the aisles and get all the supplies you need to have a party?

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Lakeside Hammers host Pirates

Defending champions ride into Purfleet

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Dagenham & Redbridge must play up against Portsmouth

Dagenham & Redbridge midfielder Richards says team must perform at their best to beat Pompey

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West Ham boss eyes double over Arsenal

Hammers manager Slaven Bilic knows it will be a tough afternoon against the Gunners at Upton Park

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Market traders get ready to paint the town ‘green’ for Poplar’s Spring Festival

Street market traders are getting ready to “go green” for this year’s Poplar Spring Festival in London’s East End which includes testing what it’s like to drive an electric car.

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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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