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NATO ships leave Canary Wharf

By Rob Virtue on November 24, 2014 2:29 PM |


A group of NATO ships took a break in Canary Wharf last week. The seven naval boats from across Europe were moored at South Quay from Wednesday before leaving on Monday morning.


A partnership pumping up to £225million into regeneration hotspots across the south east has honed in on E14 for its first residential project.


An Isle of Dogs health centre has launched a petition following news the NHS plans to cut its operational hours.

The Barkantine Practice in Westferry Road is calling on its patients and the community to sign a petition against reducing its current hours of 8am-8pm, seven days a week.


Canary Wharf is becoming a centre of digital technology with Level39 bringing a host of cutting-edge startups to the area.

Forde saved Millwall said Charlton keeper Pope

By Rob Virtue on November 24, 2014 9:33 AM |


Charlton goalkeeper Nick Pope said his opposite number saved Millwall from late defeat on Saturday.

Addicks striker George Tucudean nearly snatched victory for the hosts in injury-time but agonisingly couldn't get the ball over the line.


Millwall goalkeeper David Forde is just one match away from playing 300 games for the Lions - and full-back Alan Dunne said that's no mean feat.

Dunne, who himself has played 327 games for the club, praised Forde for his longevity with Millwall, saying he's seen many others crumble under the pressure.


1 Winter fashion at Canary Wharf

Winter's here so you need to update your wardrobe, of course.


David Gower has two words to Kevin Pietersen in response to the latter's claims of bullying in the England cricket team's dressing room - Ian Botham. Time on tour was never easy with Beefy around.


There was frustration at a misty Valley on Saturday afternoon as Charlton and Millwall fought out another goalless draw.

A cagey affair saw a late rally from the Lions test goalkeeper Nick Pope on numerous occasions before the Addicks nearly snatched all three points with almost the last kick of the game.



by Angela Clarke

Scientists have landed a robot on a comet. The Philea robot was launched 10 years ago. It travelled a total of 6.4billion kilometres to reach its destination.

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