Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Nothing quite compares to becoming a newspaper editor.

The new owner of an 118-year-old pub popular with West Ham fans has said that it “should always be a pub” and will “retain its Victorian splendour”.

A fried chicken shop has had its licence suspended after a customer was allegedly stabbed in the face by a member of staff.

Children’s charity Unicef is moving its London headquarters to Stratford.

A 118-year-old Upton Park pub synonymous with West Ham has been sold to another chain.

Online and in store shopping have been merged with the opening of a pioneering shop at Westfield Stratford City that will see up to 2,400 orders handled simultaneously.

A Stratford technology company has announced the cohort for its first ever programme for female-led startups.

Residents of Havering, Newham, and Barking and Dagenham should get used to the sight of industrial parks next to their homes – but that’s not a bad thing, industry experts have said.

Senior editors from across the regional newspaper industry have joined forces to urge MPs to vote against press freedom curbs in the Data Protection Bill today.

Silvertown regeneration may be taking a turn for the psychedelic, with plans for a £1 billion ‘peace theme park’.

The Financial Conduct Authority have just been handed the keys to new headquarters in Stratford.

Public bodies, charities and businesses across the borough have reported differences in men and women’s pay for the first time.

An ‘innovation centre’ in Stratford is giving technology businesses led by women a helping hand.

It is the eleventh National Apprenticeship Week - but what is the jobs market like for Newham’s school leavers looking for a career?

Construction workers helping to build Stratford’s The International Quarter are set to receive a share of £250,000 worth of holiday pay.

The UK’s biggest jobs and careers event, Skills London 2017, is coming to Newham.

Trampoline fans are set to have a spring in their step with the opening of a new indoor arena.

Top entrepreneurs from east London, Kent and Essex scooped awards at Archant’s annual Thames Gateway Business Awards tonight in Canary Wharf.

Business owners and entrepreneurs are set to descend on Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden tonight for the Thames Gateway Business Awards.

Residents have raised concerns after an East Ham man claiming to cure black magic curses, impotency and infertility with spiritual healing has been advertising services.

A staggering 110,000 new jobs have been created in east London with another 125,000 predicted in the next 12 years—five times larger than expected.

If you haven’t entered the Thames Gateway Business Awards yet, you’re in luck - the deadline for two categories has been extended.

Search engine optimisation (SEO), a process to make sure customers find your business online, is a key tool in a small business’s digital marketing arsenal.

Time is running out for business professionals to sign up to our free Digital Decoded seminar.

Are you a fledgling entrepreneur or the owner of a small or medium business and struggling to get your head around the ever-changing digital world.

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