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Cheers! East End pub regulars raise a glass and cash for Richard House children’s hospice

Drinkers have raised pints of cash for a children’s hospice with fundraisers at two pubs within 24 hours in London’s East End.

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Judith Nibbs decapitation trial: Man guilty of murdering estranged partner, 60, at their Hoxton home

A Hoxton pensioner has been convicted of murdering his partner after he admitted decapitating her and trying to flush her head down a toilet.

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Now Boris Johnson’s top GLA planning advisors tell him to reject Bishopsgate skyscrapers scheme

The Buck stops with Boris Johnson over whether the controversial Bishopsgate goodsyard scheme for seven skyscrapers shadowing over Shoreditch and Spitalfields should go ahead—now his own planning officers want it rejected.

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Inquest into tragic Alixia Walenkaki at Mile End Park delayed a year by police probe

The grieving family of a five-year-old girl who died while playing in a children’s playpark in London’s East End have been told they may have to wait until next year for her inquest to be held.

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Alexia Walenkaki inquest opens into death in Mile End playpark

The inquest opens today into the tragic death of a five-year-old child in a children’s playground in London’s East End.

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Still: Dagenham & Redbridge’s trip to Luton not about me

Daggers boss says he will treat first visit back to Hatters like any other game

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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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THEATRE: Horses steal the show in Bartabas’ Golgota flamenco at Sadler’s Wells

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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