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Tech City: ‘Diversity issues can’t be ignored’

A leading tech boss has called for more action to get girls interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects at school and for Tech City to become more multicultural.

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Culloden Primary School

Culloden Primary in Poplar gets Ofsted OK in first inspection since switching to academy

A school has been given a ‘thumbs up’ by Ofsted in London’s East End after its first inspection since quitting Tower Hamlets council control to switch to ‘academy’ status.

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Students Gemma Hall, Rachel Pincock and Lucy Dolan give fresh lick of paint to canal boat

Queen Mary’s students ‘press ganged’ to spruce up Regent’s Canal

Volunteers got stuck in to spruce up the Regent’s Canal next to East London’s Victoria Park.

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Canary Wharf as seen at night the revamped London Hilton riverside hotel at Rotherhithe

Room with a view and new ferry link to Canary Wharf opens from Rotherhithe Hilton

A new private ferry service across the Thames has begun operations from Canary Wharf Pier in East London.

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Eliza Riddell [inset] and her All Natural Soap stall at Spitalfields Market

Spitalfields soap trader Eliza cleans up at Olympia’s Organic Skincare awards

Spitalfields market trader Eliza Riddell’s All Natural Soap Company cleaned up with medals in the this year’s Natural Love Organic Skincare Show awards.

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High jinx at East London's Roman Road Festival... back today for its second Sunday [photo: Oliver Lynton]

What did the Roman Road do for us? An E3 street festival, that’s what!

This-year’s Roman Road Festival resumes this-morning with its second Sunday along East London’s famous market thoroughfare.

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Right old cockney knees-up down the Roman Road... last year's festival when Street Patrol got them dancing in the street [photo: Oliver Lynton]

East End music and fun kicks off tomorrow to turn E3 into ‘festival postcode’

Summer celebrations begin in London’s East End with two days of festivals this weekend—turning E3 into a festival postcode.

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Paul McCallum celebrates his second goal for Leyton Orient at Colchester (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

McCallum: I back myself to get goals

Orient hitman discusses latest win at Colchester, next friendly with Woking and scoring for the club

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Hornchurch Athletic's home ground

In the Hylands

Nathaniel Bastin’s latest blog from Hornchurch Athletic CC

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Lakeside Hammers promoter Jon Cook (pic: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO)

Lakeside manager hopes for stadium boost

Cooks believes big crowd will strengthen team’s argument in redevelopment plans

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Action from Tower Hamlets (white) pre-season match against Redbridge (blue) at Stepney (pic: Tim Edwards).

Thriller between Hamlets and Motormen

Pre-season friendly: Tower Hamlets 2 Redbridge 2

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Culloden Primary School

Culloden Primary in Poplar gets Ofsted OK in first inspection since switching to academy

A school has been given a ‘thumbs up’ by Ofsted in London’s East End after its first inspection since quitting Tower Hamlets council control to switch to ‘academy’ status.

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Take in the stunning sites of London from the summit of the O2!

Win a pair of tickets to Up at The O2

Up at The O2 has teamed up with London24 to give one lucky reader the chance to experience urban mountaineering this summer with an exhilarating 90-minute climb across the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks.

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Terrific tea, creamy cakes and splendid sandwiches at Mews of Mayfair.

Win afternoon tea for two at Mews of Mayfair

Celebrate a truly quintessentially British tradition with the chance of winning a luxurious Afternoon Tea for two people at Mews of Mayfair, complete with a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne.

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Get up close and personal to this global phenomenon!

Win tickets to see Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Following a sell-out 2014 run, the global phenomenon that is Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is back in London, running at the Dominion Theatre in the heart of the West End until 5th September 2015.

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