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Zero Tolerance on FGM Day!

Community groups in East London are taking a stance against female genital mutilation (FGM). The Ocean Somali Community Association and Tower Hamlets Council are co-hosting a conference to mark International Zero Tolerance on Female Genital Mutilation Day on Friday, 6th ...

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Walter Tull: football icon

Emdad Rahman interviews author Dan Lyndon. With October being Black History Month, it is perhaps appropriate to celebrate the life of a truly ground-breaking black football player. Walter Tull was a football pioneer who served as an officer in the ...

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Engineers raise resistance over GCSEs

As thousands of young people received their GCSE results last week, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) warned that the Government might be poised to make a blunder. Their plan is to merge GCSEs in engineering, electronics and manufacturing ...

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Volunteers needed for drama festival

Looking for a career in events management or just fancy helping out on a dynamic festival which attracts an international audience? Tower Hamlets Council is looking for a team of enthusiastic volunteers of all ages to work with the Council’s ...

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Cell-u-lar spectacular!

Those with a little bit of time to spare over the summer can indulge themselves in a science extravaganza (or, at least, three special shows) right on our doorstep in Whitechapel. From microbes to molars, cutting-edge trauma surgery to 100-year-old ...

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