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Ten thousand pounds for ‘boldly original fiction’

Ten thousand pounds for ‘boldly original fiction’

A new £10,000 literary prize rewarding ‘boldly original fiction’ was launched yesterday by Goldsmiths, University of London, in association with The New Statesman, the current affairs and politics magazine. The Goldsmiths prize celebrates creative innovation within the college and will be awarded to:  “The book that is deemed genuinely novel…

Ragged Robbo’s groin pains test Lions’ defence

Ragged Robbo’s groin pains test Lions’ defence

Millwall F.C. defender Paul Robinson is said to be suffering further medical problems following a shaky start to his season.…

EXCLUSIVE: Parents tell of anguish over HIV test for daughter after hospital breast milk errors

EXCLUSIVE: Parents tell of anguish over HIV test for daughter after hospital breast milk errors

A premature baby was HIV-tested after nurses at Lewisham hospital twice made potentially serious errors involving giving it breast milk from another mother.…

Down on the city farm

Down on the city farm

Walking into Hackney City Farm brace yourself. You’ll probably be welcomed…

Council schools meals cuts cause chaos

Council schools meals cuts cause chaos

Concerns have been raised over Croydon council’s decision…

Hackney sixth form college tops national performance table

Hackney sixth form college tops national performance table

Whilst most schools were spending the last few days anxious about todays A level results, Brooke House Sixth Form College in Hackney is one that can afford to be a little relaxed – it has now been classed as one of the two best sixth form colleges in England…

Down on the farm, the East London way

Down on the farm, the East London way

Walking into Hackney City Farm brace yourself. You’ll probably be welcomed  not by  an old farmer,…

Making it a summer of grime in Dalston

Making it a summer of grime in Dalston

The Grimeborn Festival returns to the Arcola Theatre in Dalston throughout this August for the fourth successive year…

Residents oppose closure of Blackheath village library

Residents oppose closure of Blackheath village library

Blackheath residents have expressed their concern about the planned closure of their local library, which they say would prove harmful to children and elderly people.…

Get Wicked down in Hackney Wick

Get Wicked down in Hackney Wick

The Hackney Wicked Art festival returns to E9 this weekend, the Field Day Festival hits Victoria Park on Saturday with five stages and there are dog sculptures in Clissold Park. This Thursday Keep Me Posted will open a new gallery at 67 Wilton Way Hackney with work by Angus Fairhurst…

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