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A scheme to support local businesses particularly affected by the government’s 2017 business rate revaluation is being implemented later this year.

The agreement at Wednesday’s meeting of...

The future of the council’s library service has been secured following the decision to award a contract to operate the service to Greenwich Leisure Limited.

The decision to award a 10 year...

 

•          Sadiq Khan calls on Ministers to follow his example and freeze rail fares in January,...

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has agreed to start the process of up-dating the bye-laws that control the use of Greenwich and Woolwich foot tunnels.

The foot tunnels are jointly owned by...

Bexley’s Local Studies & Archive Centre has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation, thanks to the quality of its work.

Achieving accredited status demonstrates that Bexley’s service...

 

Royal Greenwich is still looking for budding artists to design a beautiful mural to cover the spiral wall of Pettman Underpass in Plumstead. 

The design should represent the spirit...

The London-Edinburgh-London Cycling Challenge

Raising Money for Young Carers

 

Sunday 30th July, 1,500 people from 58 nations will depart from London on their bike with the...

The greatly anticipated Belvedere Beach playground opens to the public from 12 noon Thursday (27 July).

The new seaside themed play area will provide a unique play experience. Open to the...

An entire cohort of Ford Higher Apprentices have gained first-class degrees in engineering at the University of Greenwich.

The 14 students began studying at the university’s School of...

​Major changes to the South Circular in Catford, which will improve the quality of life for people who live and work in the area, have been agreed at a meeting of Lewisham Council’s Mayor...

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