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Meantime harvests Greenwich hops for new beer

By Rob Virtue on October 2, 2014 8:33 AM |


Hops grown just across the river from Canary Wharf will be brewed into beer in the coming months.


Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO Monique Villa has spoken about her role and social obligations in the lead up to the two-day Trust Women conference.



By Giles Broadbent

Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution." So wrote Theodosius Dobzhansky in 1973, simplifying all there is to understand about the ambition of nature.

And yet... the mosquito.What need is there for a creature who's role is purely nuisance - big brothers have filled that evolutionary niche.


An east London man has been jailed for 13 years for repeatedly raping his wife.

The 26-year-old pervert filmed one of the offences on the victim's mobile and, was so confident she would not report the attack, gave her the phone back.


Stratford Circus will host a weekend of arts and culture for the family this Saturday at the Fun Palaces Family Day.


The National Trust has sent one flat in Balfron Tower back to the 1960s in a display of Brutalism in Poplar.


The property arm of Canary Wharf Group (CWG) has sold 50 Bank Street to Crosby Investment Holdings for £152.5million.


More than 60 people were forced to flee a hotel and apartment block in West India Quay yesterday.

A fire broke out on the 24th floor of the building in Hertsmere Road, which is also home to the London Marriott Hotel West India Quay.



By Jim Fitzpartick

The recent Commons vote on UK action in Iraq went in favour by 524 votes to 43.

MPs were recalled in order to have this matter debated. Unfortunately, I was not able to be one of the recalled as I was on a ship off the coast of Canada.

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The ice rink at Canada Square Park is to reopen next month.

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