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    Artists haven’t wasted any time painting a picture of what the City’s new Culture Mile could look like, installing a colourful origami-inspired pop-up in Smithfield Rotunda. The ‘Peace’ pavilion...

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    A liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators has made waves by joining environmental charity Thames21 on its board of trustees. Martin Baggs has been recruited to bolster the charity’s clout ahead of the implementation of its five-year plan...

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    Traffic cameras monitoring Bank Junction following the recent ban on cars and trucks are on course to rake in up to £50million a year in fines, according to reports. The seven cameras trained on the junction are currently generating more than £16,000 per hour...

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    PERSONAL accounts of the 7/7 terror attacks in London and the more recent strikes on the Capital and in Manchester have been recalled by the brave officers who attended the scene. The City force’s CH Rolfe Hall at Wood Street Police...

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    A DRUG dealer has been jailed after being stopped by Square Mile cops. Erjon Bajraktari was sentenced at Inner London Crown Court on 4 August after pleading guilty to possession of a class A drug with intent to supply and possession...

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    Golden Lane Estate residents are preparing to do battle with the City of London Corporation and Islington Council over plans for a 14-storey tower, primary school and playground they say could turn the estate into “a canyon” surrounded by tall buildings. The two local authorities...

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    A City worker has died after falling from the seventh floor of the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday morning. Emergency services were called to Paternoster Square after reports the financier fell from a glass walkway barrier inside the building, landing in the lobby at approximately 9.45am. Ambulance crews attempted to...

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    Catherine McGuinness, Chair of the City of London Corporation Policy and Resources Committee pens her first column for City Matters. IT’S been a very difficult few months for London. But a tough few months that has brought to light the incredible generosity and...

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    A team made up of members from BAM Design & Construction and the Museum of London has scooped the second design competition in The City Centre’s campaign to highlight the potential of smart tech in the Square Mile. The ‘A Smarter City’ competition...

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    Three men have been arrested on suspicion of selling phoney wine investment opportunities out of Fleet Street. The suspected boiler room scam extended to two additional addresses in Southwark and Lewisham, with the bust taking place after 39 reports were made to Action Fraud. Having cold called...