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West Middlesex Hospital ran a clinical trial that any chocolate lover would be rushing to take part in this week.
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Carl who is the owner of Croydon music shop Rock Bottom and is in Statin' Quo, gives the band the thumbs up The Purley based tribute band formed in 2006 in honour of one of Purley's most celebrated inhabitants - Francis Rossi.
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The home of the London Jewish Cultural Centre , Ivy House, in Golders Green, will be throwing open its doors the fourth annual Gefiltefest The home of the London Jewish Cultural Centre , Ivy House, in Golders Green, will be throwing open its doors from 9.30am until 6pm for the fourth annual Gefiltefest.
David Beckham with the torch during the ceremony to mark the arrival of the Olympic flame, at RNAS Culdrose, Cornwall England's largest local councils spent more than A 6 million hosting the Olympic Torch for last year's Games, figures published on the one-year anniversary of the start of the relay show.
Two weekends' worth of activities exploring the history and wildlife of the River Wandle will take place in Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton and Croydon.
The 12-year-old told gran Angie Niles she was "bored" staying with evil Hazell and her other grandmother Christine Bicknell.
Following an anonymous tip-off, it was found that David Danns, of Heath Road, Twickenham, had been overpaid A 5,767 housing benefit and A 1,570 in council tax benefit.
Firefighters are urging people to think twice before calling 999 after a dog managed to get itself caught in a fallen tree.
TWO sisters have been sent for trial accused of attacking a woman had with broken glass at a London night club.
A family have said they want more action and less words following the release of a report about how police deal with vulnerable people with mental illness.
A motorist invited a 11-year-old pupil into his car as she walked home from Smitham Primary School at 3.15pm on Thursday last week.
Almost A 250bn worth of housing in capital at risk as flood defence budget cuts threaten homes and insurance policies across UK One in four London properties, worth A 250bn in total, at now at risk of flooding, accordign to the Environment Agency Photograph: Getty One in four London properties - collectively worth around A 250bn - are at risk of ... (more)
An Edgware woman who was one of three people found guilty of physically abusing, raping and threatening to kill a woman they made work as a slave for them has been sentenced.
Four men appeared in Hendon Magistrates Court this morning in connection with a series of armed robberies across north London.
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A north London charity is opening its doors to epilepsy sufferers during an awareness-raising week that starts on Monday.