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A man who drowned at South Quay in June had lethal levels of cocaine in his system.

Mamun Ahmed-Kabiri was seen "stumbling and talking incoherently" near the water's edge at Millwall Cutting on June 18.

WIN a £1,000 retreat at Hellens Manor

By Rob Virtue on October 23, 2014 10:32 AM |


Need some relaxation time? The Wharf has teamed up with Brighton Pilates Studio to offer a chance to win a place on its weekend retreat at Hellens Manor in Hertfordshire.



The Infidel: The Musical
Theatre Royal Stratford East

Catchy lines like You're A Jew and You Don't Need Agent Provocateur When You've Got A Burkha stay in your head following this hilarious new musical - just don't continue to sing them on the Tube home. It's not the same when out of context.


A pub is to open on a premises of a former bank in Woolwich next Thursday.

Antic London is behind the bar and said it is designing it using marble, vintage decor and quirky features inspired by the building's original function.



Neville's Island
Duke Of York's Theatre

Rain pours down on a verdant inlet and the perfume of pines fills the auditorium. Stormy camps, reluctant kindling and a fragile grasp on fortitude.


A carpenter who killed a colleague over £1,360 in unpaid wages has been sentenced to a minimum of 25 years in prison.

Andrej Malinovskij, 43, of Pheasant Close in E16, had previously taken court action against building subcontractor Evaldas Svolkinas over the debt.


What Shoreditch hipsters will tell you is confirmed by the environmentalists. It's east London that makes west London cool.

And that perennial role - as temperature regulator rather than fashion barometer - will become increasingly important as the capital comes to terms with the impact of climate change.


Talking about the Thames is at the heart of Will Palin's latest project.



by Ian Toal

Two points from two matches this week is hardly the form to take us away from the bottom of the table, but at least they are encouraging results and signs that things might just be about to turn for the team.


"Can I just do up my shoe?" The phone goes dead. A minute later there's a call back and Josh Widdicombe has now left the house and is ready to chat while on his way to a job.

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