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Is it all over for glyphosate?

The September issue of The Voice, newsletter of the East London Garden Society (ELGS) is out – bringing the shocking news that glyphosate may find its days are numbered. Paul Stamets, an innovative mycologist (mushroom man) has identified a naturally ...

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Stuff sleep: are you up to beat cancer?

Cancer Research UK holds Shine Night Walk to light up London Thousands of people are being challenged to stuff sleep,  light up London and help beat cancer sooner by taking part in Cancer Research UK’s Shine Night Walk, in partnership with ...

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Cameron lobbied to grant short term work visas

Curry cooks warn that skill shortage puts restaurants at risk Enam Ali, who founded the British Curry Awards 10 years ago, has announced that he is working on a dossier to send to the British Government begging them to introduce ...

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On your marks, get set, ‘glow’…

Emdad Rahman The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is inviting local people to take part in fun run with a difference. Following last year’s success, it is hosting another Glow Neon 3k Fun Run from 7pm on Friday, ...

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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park News

It’s been a summer of awards for the Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. It began in July, when the Friends of the Cemetery Park were joint winners of the Ethical Wildlife award at the Observer’s Ethical Awards evening. Within weeks, the ...

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Alzheimer Soc holds Memory Walks

Award-winning actress, comedian and writer Meera Syal is to open the London Memory Walk on 5th September. The Walk is the Alzheimer’s Society’s flagship fundraising event, and Meera is calling for others to sign up and walk for a world ...

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RDF Global maternity hospital volunteers visit Lake District

Emdad Rahman Volunteers and charity workers for the Rural Development Foundation Global (RDF Global) enjoyed a weekend at the Lake District as the charity announced its latest plans in the run up to the opening of a maternity hospital in ...

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Muslim Charity Run 2015 is a massive success!

Hundreds of runners fundraising for over 20 charities took part in the Muslim Charity Run 2015 at Victoria Park, Bow, East London. This year’s run evolved from the previously successful Run 4 Your Mosque. On a gloriously sunny day with ...

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Wave good-bye to high blood pressure?

Do you have uncontrolled high blood pressure? Is your doctor at the end of his or her tether, trying to find new ways to get those readings down? Barts hospital may be able to help: read on. Nearly one third ...

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