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Exclusive artwork from Beat Generation figurehead and postmodernist William S Burroughs will be on show in Shoreditch from this week.

Tower Hamlets-based founder and curator of Guerilla Zoo James Elphick (right) talks to about the upcoming exhibition Animals in the Wall.


Tower Hamlets Council has been accused of failing to adequately publicise a major consultation into development on the Isle of Dogs.

The South Quay Masterplan covers an area with 28 potential developments sites, but one councillor said the borough administration has barely advertised it.

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Charlton manager Bob Peeters said he has not changed his side's targets for the season - but that may change in January.

He started the season urging the team to steer clear of a relegation battle but after a five game unbeaten start he could have been tempted to raise his expectations.


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Greenwich will be awash will history and colour when the tall ships festival begins on Friday.


West Ham's Joey O'Brien hailed the signing of Alex Song and said it was a massive boost for the club.

Sam Allardyce has brought eight new players to the squad since the end of last season, the latest being Barcelona midfielder Song on a season long loan deal.



by Angela Clarke

This is a column I hope will be out of date by the time it's published: it's about the Ice Bucket Challenge.


Duck and Waffle will be bringing its Hara Bhara lamb cutlets (fresh and green in Hindi) to this year's Meatopia after storming last year's event.


One of the biggest food festivals in the UK is coming to Tobacco Dock next weekend - and its all about meat, meat and more meat.


Manager Sam Allardyce was bitterly disappointed with his West Ham team's performance on Saturday as they were humiliated by Southampton.

Despite two decent performances in their last two league games against Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace, the Hammers were defeated 3-1 at the hands Ronald Koeman's Saints, who completely outplayed the hosts.


Tower Hamlets Council has been accused of hypocrisy after spending over £128,000 on a failed attempt to stop the Panorama investigation being broadcast.

Mayor Lutfur Rahman's team paid the money on consultant lawyers, lobbyists and a QC, it was revealed this week.

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