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Police patrols at borough polling stations

Police officers are present at polling stations across the borough today as Londoners vote in the Mayoral and Greater London Assembly elections. Fo...

Appeal over £1 million vintage wine theft

Police in Tower Hamlets are appealing for help and information after more than a million pounds worth of vintage wine was stolen from a warehouse i...

IPCC enquiry into police response

An independent enquiry has been launched into police actions after a woman contacted themexpressing concern about a friend who was later found stab...

Decision time on a new electoral system

On the last day of campaigning for the  referendum on a new voting system the debate has turned to its impact on the black vote and other minoriti...

Bethnal Green and Bow bodies linked by police

Police suspect a link between two bodies found at separate addresses in East London, it has emerged today. An unidentified woman in her late 20s wa...

Bethnal Green comic scoops top prize

A Bethnal Green based comedian has won the top award at the New Comedy Act of the Year, held in the Barbican Centre on March 19. The 42-year-old Am...

Man charged with murder of 73-year-old woman

A man has been charged with the brutal murder of a 73-year-old woman from Bethnal Green. Christopher Newton, 45, appeared in custody at Redbridge M...

Jewellery shop raided after suspected fake merchandise

A jewellery shop in Globe Town near Bethnal Green has been raided by Tower Hamlets Trading Standards officers after being suspected of selling coun...

Third award for Bethnal Green estate

A renovated council estate in Bethnal Green won its third award for improving the area, earlier this month. The homes at Claredale Street in Bethna...

Pick of the Line 24/02 – 02/03

Thurs – Alptraum @ Cell Project Space, Bethnal Green Are you in the mood for something spooky? Instead of fixing your eyes on the screen of the o...

Liv Fontaine: ‘I don’t believe that less is more. More is not enough!’

To mark London Fashion Week, ELL will be profiling some of the most distinctive dressers from along the line. In the second of our features we look...

Barts and the London NHS Trust scraps 635 jobs

Barts and the London NHS Trust is to scrap more than 600 jobs over the next two years as it attempts to reach government efficiency targets. Out of...

Three schools among UK’s most improved

Three Tower Hamlets secondary schools are among the 50 most improved in the UK, according to the latest figures released by the Department of Educa...

MP to lobby Parliament on behalf of local climate campaign

East London MP Rushanara Ali has given her full backing to climate change campaigners in her constituency, and urged people to take a global perspe...

Poplar film-maker celebrates earliest social housing in the Story of London

A local film-maker will explore the history of social housing in the East End during the Story of London in October, focusing on the country’...

It’s kick off! Where to share the drama of the 2010 World Cup….

Finally, after all the hype and expectation, it’s here. And as the 2010 World Cup kicks off in South Africa today, East London Lines wants to...

A Child From Everywhere

Photographer and writer Caroline Irby spent fifteen months finding, photographing and interviewing one child from the world’s 192 countries,...

Robin Hood comes to Brick Lane

On Sunday a group of campaigners dressed in Robin Hood costumes gathered at the Rich Mix arts centre in Tower Hamlets – instead of holding the ...

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