Monday, September 21, 2015

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Higher prevalence of some long-term health conditions in South Asians puts them at higher risk

Eat Out to Help Out caused dramatic rise in deaths among Bangladeshi and Pakistani population in UK, says DMU Professor

A professor from De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) says theGovernment’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, designed

Weavers ward by-election on 12 August

Tower Hamlets Council has posted the 

Tower Hamlets’ Summer Activity programme launched

Adventure play, football,wildlife exploration, climbing and barbecues are just some of the eventsplanned in a 200-strong

Tower Hamlets launched its £3m Covid recovery fund

Amulti-million-pound scheme to kickstart the economic, health and socialrecovery from Covid-19, has been launched

New film to encourage vaccine take up as confidence in the jab grows

HMRC can help towards the cost of children’s summer holiday activities

Today (15 June),

Historic England award £90,000 for Petticoat Lane cultural programme

Tower Hamlets Council, in partnership with Toynbee Hall andother local

Giving thanks to our volunteers supporting the borough through tough times

The on-going commitment and hard workof thousands of volunteers across Tower

COVID heroes making a difference in their communities

Living through a pandemic hasn’t been easybut seeing how our community has pulled together during this

“If you act fast, then there is more chance of a good recovery”

The Hindu Council UK, South Asian Health Action, South Asian HealthFoundation and British Sikh

Tower Hamlets Council's New Town Hall reaches its highest point

Tower HamletsCouncil has reached a key milestone in the construction of

PSPO to tackle nitrous oxide linked to anti-social behaviour

On Wednesday 28 April the Mayor ofTower Hamlets and Cabinet

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