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    Budding directors stole the show at Guildhall on Friday night as a glitzy red carpet bash put up-and-coming talent in the frame. The annual Limelight Film Awards, hosted by CEO Munsur Ali – also a Portsoken councillor – dished out accolades to...

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    A CITY Police officer who had acid thrown in his face was back on duty just seven days after an attack which he thought would leave him blind. PC Simon Ashton feared he would never be able to see his family...

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    Or at least it could be. Fleet Street might be known historically for its ‘rivers of ink’ as the former home to the nation’s newspapers, but London landscape designers have reimagined the iconic thoroughfare as a green boulevard, closed to traffic, and lined with plants and wildlife. Architecture...

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    Aung San Suu Kyi could be stripped of her Honorary Freedom of the City after the Court of Common Council voted in favour of reviewing the processes of awarding and revoking the top honour. The de facto leader...

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    The City has missed out on more than £24.5million in affordable housing contributions over the last five years from developers using a planning loophole to cut their affordable housing commitment, the Corporation’s planning chief has revealed. More than half the development applications requiring an affordable housing contribution...

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    A young woman who died falling from the Whispering Gallery of St Paul’s Cathedral last week has been remembered by her family as “selfless and kind" person “for whom the world was a bad place to live in.” Lidia Dragescu, 23, died after...

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    TENANTS of Bowater House have unveiled battle banners in their continued fight against a development on their doorstep. Locals have been at loggerheads with the Corporation and developers Taylor Wimpey ever since plans were approved for a block of

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    Police are treating the death of a woman at St Paul’s as non-suspicious. The visitor, who has yet to be identified, died following a 30m fall from the cathedral’s Whispering Gallery on the morning of 11 October. Despite the efforts of first aiders and paramedics arriving within minutes, she...

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    The boys from the City of London School  (CLS) have proven themselves to be a class act once again. Students have been supporting Centrepoint for the past year, taking on a range of fundraising challenges to rake...

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    The City’s Court of Common Council will consider stripping Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary Freedom of the City this Thursday, after members raised concerns over the Burmese leader’s treatment of the country’s Rohingya Muslims. The City Corporation presented Ms Suu...