K&C Today takes on Westminster

Kensington and Chelsea Today is expanding its horizons from next month to include the City of Westminster. To our delight our publication has been embraced and admired by so many local readers we have developed a loyal following outside the Borough. To greet this demand we’re rebranding and, in October,...

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Exciting news: K&C Today takes on Westminster

Kensington and Chelsea Today is expanding its horizons from next month to include the City of Westminster. To our delight our publication has been embraced and admired by so many local readers we have developed a loyal following outside the Borough. To greet this demand we’re rebranding and, in October,...

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RNLI save man from Thames near Greenwich Pier

An RNLI London lifeboat crew rescued a man from the River Thames after his body heat was detected from the air by a police helicopter’s thermal imaging camera. Crew from Tower lifeboat station, located next to Waterloo Bridge, launched to a report of a man in the river near Greenwich...

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Man arrested after fatal shooting in Battersea

A 30 year-old man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of murder after a 21 year-old man was killed in Battersea on Friday night. Sebastian Jamal Hyman-Knight of SW8 died in a central London hospital after suffering gunshot wounds. Police officers and paramedics found the victim on Tennyson Street in...

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Re:Cognition Health: there is hope for Alzheimer’s

  There is a currently no cure for Alzheimer’s Disease but there is hope. Dr Emer MacSweeney, Consultant Neuroradiologist and Principal Investigator at Re:Cognition Health invites you to join her and colleagues on Wednesday 24th September at Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt 68-86 Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BT from 7pm to 8pm, when...

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‘Cash for trees’ scandal erupts on Pembridge Road

Prospects for residents hoping to challenge future building developments has been dealt a serious blow. One of the few legitimate objections to any new building project is that they may affect one of the borough’s mature trees which are all protected by Tree Protection Orders (TPO) However, Kensington and Chelsea...

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Chelsea cinema under threat

Film stars, celebrities and local residents are joining forces to try and save independent cinema the Curzon Chelsea, situated in the heart of the Kings Road, from demolition. Freeholders, and developers, Cadogan Group Ltd have submitted an application to extensively redevelop the site that stretches from Waitrose to Habitat on...

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes to host evening at Royal Geographic Society

He is the first man ever to cross both icecaps via both poles and to scale Everest, the world’s highest peak. He ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents just a few months after suffering a massive heart attack that left him in a coma, fought Marxist terrorists,...

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NHS Jarrow marchers push on to Westminister

  The NHS Jarrow marchers, a group of mums from Darlington and their supporters, will begin the final push to parliament on Saturday 6 September from Edmonton, north London, ending an epic 300 mile crusade against NHS privatisation.   The final leg of what has been a three week march...

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Gromit: the obese Jack Russell looking for love

A cheese-loving Jack Russell Terrier cross called Gromit is still desperately awaiting his Wallace after six months at the Brands Hatch site of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Staff at the rescue centre are hoping a starring role in the third series of Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs, airing...

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