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Universities Week Olympic focus [Audio]

Universities Week Olympic focus [Audio]

Universities Week launched in Tower Hamlets on Monday releasing a new report revealing the…

Missile whistleblower [Audio & Video]

Missile whistleblower [Audio & Video]

A resident of the private housing complex in Bow, which the Ministry of Defence plans to use as a missile base…

Concerns about Olympic missile plans[Audio]

Concerns about Olympic missile plans[Audio]

A private residential complex in Tower Hamlets has been chosen by the Ministry of Defence as a possible site for ground-to-air missiles during the Olympics.…

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…

Greens launch 20mph campaign [Audio]

Greens launch 20mph campaign [Audio]

Jenny Jones of the Green Party has called for a 20 mph speed limit on roads controlled by Borough Councils. The Green Party mayoral candidate was campaigning in Tower Hamlets, April 27 2012, alongside the Green London Assembly Candidate (City & East), Chris Smith, and Alan Duffell who is the…

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…

Police investigate alleged postal voting fraud

Police investigate alleged postal voting fraud

The Electoral Commission handed over evidence to the police, April 26 2012, alleging voter fraud in Tower Hamlets.…

CCTV images released of Gorbuntsov suspect

CCTV images released of Gorbuntsov suspect

Metropolitan Police detectives investigating the attempted murder of Russian banker German Gorbuntsov,…

NUJ seeks legal action against News Corp

NUJ seeks legal action against News Corp

Twenty-five years after Rupert Murdoch derecognised trade unions at News International, a newly created NUJ chapel is seeking legal action against parent company News Corporation in Wapping.…

Celebrating Start-Ups: PLA Studios [Video]

Celebrating Start-Ups: PLA Studios [Video]

On the fringes of London’s Silicon Roundabout, this tech start-up is making waves and winning awards…