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By John Biggs

johnbiggs142WEBBY.jpgOne of the great paradoxes of life in the East End is that in the past 30 years or so, tens of thousands of new jobs have arrived but unemployment in the area has stayed high.

Everyone has an opinion about this. Some feel the area is hard done by, others that it's about scroungers who don't want to work.

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Mayor of London Boris Johnson has sealed a £1 billion deal which will see the Chinese create a business district in the Docklands, rivalling the City and Canary Wharf.

As reported in The Wharf, Chinese developer ABP will transform land neighbouring the UEL and London City Airport Royal at Royal Albert Dock by 2017. The project could create an estimated 20,000 full-time jobs.

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The future of 850 workers at two Silvertown factories may be decided in Dublin on Sunday when Europe's agriculture ministers meet to decide sugar policy.

They are expected to cave into pressure to continue protecting the European industry at the expense of importers from beyond the EU such as Tate & Lyle's Thames refinery.

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The Wharf is the leading free local newspaper for Canary Wharf and Docklands area and sits at the heart of a unique and vibrant community.

We are looking for an exceptional sales executive to join our advertising team, representing the paper and our website, wharf.co.uk.

The position is based at our head office in the heart of Canary Wharf.

marie milligan142.JPGWhere do grown ups go for careers advice? According to Marie Milligan more and more people are looking towards coaches to support them in moving from their current job in the direction they really want to go in.

Marie is a life, business and careers coach who works with clients to try to find out what will motivate them to take the next step.

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