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Daily Archives: October 17, 2017

Where is baby Harry’s mum?

A LITTLE BABY BOY is celebrating being one month old – but he has spent his first month of life without his mum. Now police are issuing a fresh appeal for her to come forward. Baby Harry was found at ...

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Newham girl did good

SHABNAM CHAUDRI is a classic example of how an immigrant can have a very positive impact on their local community – and last week she was presented with an “Outstanding Contribution” award by Channel 4 News presenter Cathy Newman at ...

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Murder in Forest Gate

OFFICERS FROM THE Metropolitan Police Homicide and Major Crime Command have launched a murder investigation after a 20 year old man was fatally stabbed in the chest in Plashet Park on Sunday afternoon. It was just after 4pm when the ...

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Met supports Hate Crime Awareness week

IT IS National Hate Crime Awareness Week (NHCAW) – and the Metropolitan Police are taking part in activities to highlight the issue and encourage victims, and anyone who knows or suspects incidents of such crime, to report them to police ...

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Mile End CAP wins national award

THE MILE END Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) has won a national award for its work tackling underage drinking. The award was presented to Vincent Fajilagmago, a Tower Hamlets Council Licensing Officer, by Derek Lewis, Chair of the national CAPs, at ...

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