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Plans for a stunning floating village on Royal Victoria Dock have been boosted by Boris Johnson after he promised funding to procure the land.
East London's Tech City was given a huge boost on Friday, with the Government revealing a fast-track visa programme to get top technology talent into the UK.
Prime Minister David Cameron is visiting the East End to make the announcement, which will also see a £15.5million fund for innovative firms.
After years - decades even - of re-drawn plans and false dawns, east London's Royal Docks is finally in the midst of true regeneration.
A graduate of the University of East London who went on to represent the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence during the prosecution, inquest and public inquiry into his murder has officially re-launched the establishment's Law Clinic.
The facility, which now takes its place in University Square Stratford, was unveiled by human rights lawyer Imran Khan and Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, on Friday.
Brad Burton admits he is one of life's straight-talkers.
A Wharf-based banker and his partner will share their experiences of the adoption process as part of a collaborative event with Hackney Council on Friday.
Accountancy firm EY is set to join the European Medicines Agency at 25 Churchill Place, once the Canary Wharf tower is complete.
A report by the Telegraph stated the firm, known as Ernst & Young until earlier this year, will take up eight floors in the 23 storey building.
Londoners are being encouraged to "think big" and focus on entrepreneurship, at an event in Canary Wharf next week.
Positive Inclusions and Barclays are teaming up for the skills day which will take place at Barclays' headquarters at Churchill Place on Friday, November 29 between 10.30am and 4.30pm.
In a central London office the makers of one of the most popular games of the digital age, Candy Crush Saga, are busy devising more ways of attracting the attention of the Facebook generation.
Housing developers are being encouraged to bid for the next phase of the Olympic Park. The London Legacy Development Corporation is looking for a partner for 1,500 homes to the western edge of the site.
For staff at a major supermarket at the heart of the Isle of Dogs for the past 30 years, the bustling aisles offer a whole lot more than tasty treats and bargain deals.
iCity has submitted plans for redevelopment of the Olympic Park's Press and Broadcast Centre. The proposed digital cluster could deliver up to 7,500 jobs.
BBC technology reporter Kate Russell is among a host of leading names speaking at a conference celebrating women in the digital industry.
The session, open to men and women, will take place on November 26 at Canary Wharf's tech hub, Level 39.
An academic partnership to boost opportunities for east Londoners was marked with a royal visit this week.
"I am challenging a lot of the status quo to be honest. I am talking about stuff that otherwise people won't talk about," says Helen Jamieson, who is offering her support to women seeking a way out of male-dominated businesses.
The 48-year-old has penned My Business, My Success - A Woman's Guide to Entrepreneurship, as a chatty and informal guide to starting up and running a company.