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Greater Lamakazi Association UK felicitates Rushanara Ali MP

Grater Lamakazi Association UK organised a meeting on Sunday 4th of March to felicitate former Shadow Education Secretary and MP for Bethnal Green and Bow Rushanara Ali. The meeting took place at Impression Event Venue in East Ham. The meeting was presided over by President of the organisation Faruk Ali and General Secretary Sadequzzaman conducted it.  Organisation’s Founder President and ...

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Habiganj Medical College and Agriculture University will start its activities soon

Habiganj Medical College and Agriculture University classes will be starting soon. Student’s admission will be taking place next year.   Medical classes will take place in the old hospital building until the construction of the new building is completed.   Advocate Abu Jahir MP said this in a meeting organised by UK Youth Association Habiganj to felicitate him. He also said that ...

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Bangladesh High Commission London organises Students Achievements Awards

Bangladeshi High Commissioner to the UK Mohammod Abdul Hannan said that,he hopes one day Britain will be lead by the British-Bangladeshi students. He also said British Bangladeshi students’ achievements are outstanding.  Muhammod Abdul Hannan said this in a meeting organised by Bangladesh High Commission to award eighty British Bangladeshi students who achieved outstanding grades in GCSE and A Level exam. ...

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Be a Proud Quitter this No Smoking Day

Tower Hamlets Council and its partners across the NHS are encouraging residents to be a ‘proud quitter’ on No Smoking Day, Wednesday March 11. This year’s national campaign is focusing on ex-smokers who share their reasons and motivations for quitting. Stop smoking advisers will be seen across Tower Hamlets providing free and friendly advice, information and support on local stop ...

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Go For It: Get An Apprenticeship with THH

Tower Hamlets Homes (THH) has helped to get 132 apprentices new training and work opportunities by teaming up with its Decent Homes contractors. Such has been the success of the programme that almost half of all the apprentices have been offered full-time work or further training with the contractors. Across the borough energetic Decent Homes’ apprentices are covering all aspects ...

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NATASHA ASGHAR: THE FACE OF CHANGE

Fact:    There are currently 650 total members of parliament in the UK. Fact: Only 148 are women. Fact: Of those 148 women, only 6 are Asian. But what is the reason for this poor representation – is it that politics is simply a sexist and racist space that no-one in their right minds wants to step into? Or are we ...

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Save Our NHS’

TUSC parliamentary candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow Glyn Robbins joined scores of other local people taking part in a national day of action to Save the NHS (Saturday 29th Feb).  Petitions were collected in Roman Road and later outside the Whitechapel Idea Store (photo attached).  Heath care services have been threatened in Tower Hamlets where a strong campaign has ...

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School offers for Tower Hamlets children are among London’s best

Tower Hamlets once again has one of London’s best records for offering pupils starting secondary school a place at their first-choice school.  The figure, of 74 per cent*, is the eighth highest in London. The London average this year is 68* per cent.  Overall, 94* per cent of pupils gained a place at one of their top three choice schools ...

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Tower Hamlets launches recruitment campaign for more foster carers

Tower Hamlets Council has today (Monday, March 2) launched a high-profile campaign to find more foster carers for children. For the next two weeks the council will be advertising across eight boroughs in East London. The adverts focus on the fun side of raising foster children. They feature images of Tower Hamlets foster carers in fancy dress with the tagline, ‘Filling Children’s Lives With Love and ...

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