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The education “preferred provider” for students training as social workers across north-east London has been named today as the London Met University.

You might not associate the docks and slums with the world’s most romantic dance — until you see Sadler’s Wells’ newest show, Tanguera, writes Allis Moss.

The Bishop of Stepney in his New Year message to the people of east London reveals a crack in the British reserve from a personal loss in his life—the sad passing of his Labrador companion.

Puppies and babies have an innocence that bring people together, like the New Year, the Rt Rev Adrian Newman believes. He writes:

TV comedy actor Gabriel Thomson who once starred in the BBC’s My Family sitcom has quit the stage to start life at a top London university.

Moves to close down two ‘City Fringe’ campuses by the London Metropolitan University has caused a storm of protest.

The troubled university is expanding its main north London campus in Holloway in a £125 million programme, first revealed in the Islington Gazette last week, which involves closing down its centres at Moorgate and Whitechapel.

Don’t see Legend if you don’t want to be drawn into a realistic portrayal of the Krays, the ruthless top dogs of east London’s violent underworld of the 1960s.

Ambulance paramedic Kevin Corrigan is back in east London after witnessing a catastrophe of “Biblical proportions” in the aftermath of the earthquakes in Nepal.

Nine out of 10 people who live in London want a dedicated TV station for the capital, according to a survey of 40,000 users by streetlife.com.

Free activities and tickets to top London shows for children are up for grabs next month.

A crackdown on violent crime begins today with a series of police raids across London.

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