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The resurgence of Docklands as the driving force of the 21st century capital has been confirmed by new analysis.
Conservationists have made five seal sightings around Docklands and Greenwich in recent weeks as they report "astounding" numbers in the capital in the south-east.
The Zoological Society of London said it has recorded 708 sightings of seals in the area in its first ever count.
A free school that opened its doors to Docklands pupils less than two years ago has secured the highest praise available from Ofsted.
Canary Wharf College has also become the most popular school per pupil place in Tower Hamlets, with its independent educational style and small class sizes.
Bear with us while we present some hypocritical goobledygook in relation to the City Pride scheme:
"The City Pride site fails to represent a mixed and balanced community contrary to strategic objective 8 and policy SP02 of the Core Strategy 2010, policy DM3 of the Managing Development Document 2013, policy 3.9 of the London Plan 2011 and the National Planning Policy Framework which seeks to promote sustainable development through fostering social diversity and redressing social exclusion."
The Virgin Active London Triathlon returns to the Royal Docks at the weekend - bringing back memories of gridlock that brought east London to a standstill at the last event.
Drivers were sent on poorly-indicated detours during the weekend in September last year and, in sweltering weather, the road network ground to a halt.