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Old brewery baristas in Brick Lane smell the coffee [Audio]

Old brewery baristas in Brick Lane smell the coffee [Audio]

The 2nd London Coffee Festival (LCF) was held at the the iconic…

London’s Big Ride sparks cycling debate [Audio]

London’s Big Ride sparks cycling debate [Audio]

Boris Johnson, London Mayor, has pledged to improve cycling provision…

Relay for Olympics [Audio][Video]

Relay for Olympics [Audio][Video]

RELAY, a public exhibition organised by Goldsmiths in New Cross and located outside its library premiered…

GPs urged to boycott government health pilot

GPs urged to boycott government health pilot

GPs in Hackney, Tower Hamlets and City have been advised not to take part in a practice boundary pilot…

Stepney residents complete local construction trainee scheme [Audio]

Stepney residents complete local construction trainee scheme [Audio]

Sixteen Tower Hamlets residents completed a construction training scheme in Stepney, as part of a drive to help people long-term unemployed get back to work. The £200m renovation of Ocean Estate is developed by Wates Building Contractors in conjunction with Tower Hamlets Council and East Thames Development Consortium.…

Gorbunstov out of coma and intensive care

Gorbunstov out of coma and intensive care

The Russian banker, German Gorbuntsov, 45, shot several times outside his home…

Heavy sentences in fight against sex traffickers

Heavy sentences in fight against sex traffickers

A couple from Poplar, have been been jailed for a total of 16 years April 27 2012 for trafficking women into the UK and forcing them to work as prostitutes. Snaresbrook Crown Court heard that Sandra Malina, 22 and Ainars Zvirgzds, 44, lured women from Latvia and Lithuania…

Pick of the Line April 27th – May 3rd

Pick of the Line April 27th – May 3rd

East London Lines presents the best mix of events in the four boroughs to suit all discerning tastes over the next seven days.…

‘Life About Face’ – Artist Sarah Farrell at Palatine

‘Life About Face’ – Artist Sarah Farrell at Palatine

Sarah Farrell is an up-and-coming northern artist based in London.…

Queen reopening Cutty Sark ceremony [Audio]

Queen reopening Cutty Sark ceremony [Audio]

After almost six years of closure The Cutty Sark is reopened for tourists today. East London Lines was there when the Queen visited the famous 19th century clipper impressively restored after the 2007 fire and marked its return to public access.…