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Passenger injured after escalator fault at Cutty Sark

By Rob Virtue on February 19, 2014 4:45 PM |


DLR bosses have apologised to a customer injured in an escalator malfunction and have launched an investigation into what went wrong.

One commuter was hurt in the incident, which took place on Monday at about 6pm at Cutty Sark station. It is believed the escalator stopped before moving in the opposite direction.


Grumbles about politics and community decision-making have been taken one step further in Greenwich.

Artists, poets, musicians and other creatives living in the borough have pooled their frustrations to form The Spirit Of William Morris Group, highlighting what they brand "blunders" made by planning officers and developers.

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The historic Cutty Sark ship in Greenwich is being given a new direction in life - as a theatre space.


A dark gypsy opera being performed on the Cutty Sark aims to walk the line between music gig and immersive theatre.


A housing development in Shoreditch has been shortlisted for the Carbuncle Cup - a annual competition to find the ugliest new building in the UK.

The Stock Woolstencroft designed Avant Garde at 34-42 Bethnal Green Road was nominated after it was described as a "characterless lump, that is totally out of scale to the buildings around it".

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