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December 5 2013 Latest news:
Visitors to London City Airport will get a glimpse of the private jet lifestyle this month, with a collection of competition-winning photographs going on display.
Budding chefs from an East Ham primary school showcased their talents by winning a live cook-off competition at Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Stratford last Saturday.
Police are appealing for information after a man was seen picking up a 10-week-old puppy by its ears and throwing it to the ground in Stratford.
Pupils at a school in Forest Gate will take part in a London-wide 40-school design competition after building a hydrogen-powered car.
This week Amanda Phillips, executive headteacher of Culloden and Sir William Burrough primary schools – both academies – and Alasdair Smith, National Secretary of the Anti Academies Alliance, debate the pros and cons of the academy school system.
Last month, I was appointed Shadow Education Minister by Ed Miliband - focusing on issues affecting young people in Britain today. This is an issue close to my heart – not least because I can see how so many young people are being failed by this government, which simply doesn’t speak to their aspirations. Young people today are the first generation to face lower living standards and worse prospects than those that were available to their parents. This is all too clear in Tower Hamlets where the number of young people not in employment, education and training has recently crept back up.
I am writing this on a rather wet Saturday night from Forest Gate Police Station, having just paraded with the night duty police officers. At the start of every shift, we provide them with the recent intelligence and crime taskings that we hope will enable them to go out and do their duty to keep people safe.
Living and working in Newham for over 53 years as well as being an elected Councillor for over 27 of those years, you hear all sorts of opinions about Newham that are good, bad and indifferent.
Children’s author and illustrator James Mayhew returns to London’s East End with his board and easel next week to create unique paintings on stage while an orchestra performs.
Photographs from the weekend’s celebration at the ExCeL
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Looking after the family can often mean mums and dads are left doing all the little things that go unnoticed in the home, from tidying bedrooms, to doing the washing, even down to being the one left to change the empty toilet roll tube and restoring the bathroom to its former order.