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Naim Hamade [inset] takes 'Newcomer Apprenticeship' award at City Hall

UBS Wealth Management wins ‘Newcomer of the Year’ award for its apprenticeships

A finance consultancy in Spitalfields on the City Fringe has won Employer Newcomer of the Year title in the London regional finals of this year’s national Apprenticeships awards.

Their apprentice Naim Hamade (above, inset) received the award for UBS Wealth Management head office in Bishopsgate.

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Winning smiles from Providence Row staff... runners-up with their catering training scheme

Runner-up prize for Providence Row charity’s catering training scheme

A catering trainee scheme run by a charity that helps drug addicts and rough sleepers into jobs in London’s deprived East End has been awarded ‘runner up’ prize at this year’s London Homeless awards.

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Transport Minister joins kids on walk to school [photos: Jon Challicom]

Transport Minister joins youngsters on their walk to their East London school

Transport Minister Robert Goodwill went by ‘Shanks Pony’ to join children in East London on their ‘walk to school’ campaign.

He met pupils and parents yesterday heading to St Anne’s Primary as they took their familiar route through the streets of Whitechapel.

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There is 'more to do' to tackle deprivation among the young and old in Islington, Councillor Andy Hull has said. Photo: Jens Kalaene/DPA/Press Association Images

Tower Hamlets young and old most deprived in England

There is greater deprivation among London’s East End’s young and old than anywhere else in the country, a study has shown.

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Residents association chair Andrew Ager fighting tower block overshadowing Limehouse Cut

Tower won’t be rising from ashes of Phoenix factory after fears about its shadow

A 14-storey tower block in London’s East End won’t be rising from the ashes of the Phoenix Works to overshadow the Limehouse Cut or a nearby park—at least for the present.

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KRAY FILM: Legend gets twins’ voices wrong—claims man who secretly taped them in jail

An ex-Fleet Street journalist who managed to record the Krays on tape when they were behind bars has criticised the film Legend portraying the gangster twins who terrorised London’s East End in the 1950s and 60s.

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LEGEND FILM: Helgeland tells why he made The Krays into ‘movie heroes’

Hollywood film producer Brian Helgaland has been defending the way he portrays the Krays who ruled the East End’s gangland in the 1960s as “heroes” in his $19 million blockbuster Legend to a live audience at its pre-screening.

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Leyton Orient midfielder Bradley Pritchard and stand-in captain Sean Clohessy (2) put pressure on Crawley's Gwion Edwards (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Clohessy: Orient need to cut out simple mistakes

Brisbane Road outfit face two strong sides over the next couple of days

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Archant’s Executive Editor (Digital) spent Non-League Day at the Old Spotted Dog

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Hendon disappointed with Crawley loss but focused on Orient job

Brisbane Road boss reflects on frustrating 3-2 defeat at Crawley Town and discusses his old manager at West Ham taking the Sunderland job

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