Roundup of various petitions. Er… that’s it.
Details of the deaths residents of Aspen Court Care Home have begun to emerge after the daughters of two victims attended Tower Hamlets cabinet.
Monday evening brought disappoint residents of Tower Hamlets as the webcast for the Overview & Scrutiny Committee scheduled for that evening did not work.
Neighbours in Poplar needs your support to ask Mayor John Biggs to restore the Meals on Wheels service to older and vulnerable people across the Borough.
Tower Hamlets council has provided EEE with an official statement regarding the parking petitions and our initial story.
There are 178.5 miles of roads of all types in Tower Hamlets, (9,205 miles in all the London boroughs before someone asks…).
As one east London borough battles to obtain basic democratic rights its neighbouring borough is looking to the future of its own democratic process.
The LBTH ‘Liveable Streets’ scheme has been the cause of controversy across the borough the last few days, here is a roundup of comments to upset people.
Guest post by Shadwell resident Mohammad Rakib, born and brought up on the Tarling West Estate, Shadwell.
Both Cllr. Rachel Blake and Cllr. Asma Begum failed to declare roles as Roman Road Trust ‘Panel of Place Experts’ on their Register of Interests.
Cllr. Puru Miah’s YouTube video explains what the ‘Liveable Streets’ program is about and suggests a way forward to address the real issues behind it.
Mark Edmunds has lost his claim for unfair dismissal against Tower Hamlets Council, proving once again that justice is a stranger to Tower Hamlets.