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    Staff and students at a City primary school are breathing a sigh of relief, after its air pollution levels fell below the legal annual limit for the first time in over 15 years. Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary School in Aldgate has...

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    Police are appealing for witnesses after a moped driver was killed in a collision on Victoria Embankment on Wednesday morning. The 54-year-old man collided with a lorry on the westbound carriageway of the Embankment close to the junction with Temple Place at around 7.50am on 18 April. Emergency services attended the scene but were...

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    Bank Junction has been given a glowing report card eight months after the City Corporation began trialling the ban of cars and trucks using the intersection during weekdays, with accidents cut by 40% and improvements to air quality. There were just...

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    Princess Eugenie and British Army chief Nick Carter were among 1,300 guests indulging in the great British pastime of a midday tandoori chicken yesterday at the annual Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch at Guildhall. The 28-year-old royal, who is currently planning...

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    Broadgate has unveiled a new pop-up installation in Exchange Square designed to awaken the senses for spring. Sense of Space is made up of four rooms that takes visitors through different sensory experiences, from a never-ending meadow of blossom trees to a...

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    The Guild of Investment Managers has moved a step closer to becoming the City’s newest livery company after the City’s aldermen gave it their formal tick of approval. The Court of Alderman granted the guild ‘City of London’ status at their...

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    Police have urged City businesses to be savvier with their security after a spate of break-ins last month saw burglaries in the Square Mile increase by 110%. There were 38 burglaries reported to police in March, more than double that of February figures and the most of any one-month...

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    It was judgement day for the City’s public and private sector organisations as the deadline to submit their gender pay gap reports for the past financial year finally arrived amid fevered scrutiny.   Public bodies such as the City Corporation, local...

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    THE biggest ever cohort of special constables have joined the City’s ranks – just as the force was chosen to pilot a nationwide ‘gold standard’ scheme.   City of London specials have been assisting their regular colleagues in policing the Square...

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    THE City Corporation has pledged to do more to honour its commitment to being a Living Wage Employer after it was claimed security personnel at a recent public art event in Beech Street tunnel were paid less than the London Living Wage. The...