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New head appointed who turned Mile End’s Solebay Primary academy round

A school that turned itself around from a poor Ofsted inspection in London’s deprived East End to become an academy has appointed the woman behind its improvement as its new head-teacher.

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Historic St Katharine’s-by-The-Tower to get 21st century quayside facelift

The historic St Katharine Docks by the Tower of London is being given a total makeover with new quayside births catering for the 21st century.

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Benefit concert for Liberty of Norton Folgate tonight at Shakespeare’s Shoreditch Church

A benefit concert is being staged tonight at Shakespeare’s church when he lived in Shoreditch to support the campaign to save the historic Liberty of Norton Folgate on the fringe of the City of London from encroachment by skyscrapers.

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Plans unveiled for Altab Ali Day to mark 1978 racist murder in Whitechapel

Plans have been announced for next month’s annual commemoration on the 38th anniversary of Altab Ali’s racist murder in the park that now bears his name in London’s East End.

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Barnardo’s ‘jelly baby’ runner who took on ‘The Grizzly’ now tries London Marathon

A children’s charity manager still recovering after he “hit the wall” racing ‘The Grizzly’—a 20-mile all terrain race through the bogs and hills of Devon—is now hoping to beat Sunday’s London Marathon to raise cash for Barnardo’s.

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Dagenham & Redbridge ‘must pick themselves up’ for Wimbledon clash

Daggers boss Still says it is not down to him to motivate team after relegation

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Wolves hunt Lakeside Hammers down

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Essex on the back foot

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West Ham front man Andy Carroll fuming over referee’s penalty decision

Hammers striker feels the frustration despite another goal against Leicester

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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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