Irish Cultural Centre announces return of Culture Hotline

Irish Cultural Centre announces return of Culture Hotline

The Irish Cultural Centre has announced the return of their popular Culture Hotline for a third series of free lunchtime performances by talented Irish musicians. The Culture Hotline was developed and launched in response to the ongoing pandemic as with the ICC describing them as “a way of reaching people...

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First-time prize fund and judges announced for London’s Sustainable City Awards

First-time prize fund and judges announced for London’s Sustainable City Awards

Global Action Plan, the charity which now co-ordinates the Sustainable City Awards,  has announces the judges line up and for the first time, a contribution of £10,000 funding. Now in its 20th year, the Sustainable City Awards celebrates London’s unsung sustainability heroes. This year, the winners will be announced at a virtual award ceremony...

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Two-thirds of Londoners would prefer a postal vote for the Mayoral election

Two-thirds of Londoners would prefer a postal vote for the Mayoral election

Around two-thirds of Londoners would prefer a postal vote in the May 6 London Mayor and London Assembly elections, a survey has found. In the survey, which was commissioned by independent candidate for London Mayor Brian Rose, 59 per cent of participants across all London boroughs said they wanted a...

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City Hall announce additional £30 million a year to ‘protect’ police numbers

City Hall announce additional £30 million a year to ‘protect’ police numbers

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan today announced an extra £30 million a year to protect Metropolitan Police officer numbers until at least 2025. The new funding will come from council tax and will protect the jobs of around 1,000 police officers that were at risk due to the impact of Covid-19 on...

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