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Public Affairs  // If it involves people and their stories I am interested. A good story will have this current public appeal – be it an inspirational piece, exposing a local wrong doing or any issue that affects your pocket.

Does mayoral candidate Rashid Nix have the solution for the London housing crisis?

Does mayoral candidate Rashid Nix have the solution for the London housing crisis?

Mayoral candidate and Green Party member Rashid Nix reckons he has the winning formula to beat the London housing crisis. Beaming with confidence in a recent talk in Denmark Hill, Southwark, Nix spoke enthusiastically about his mission. “There is a link between mental health, mental well-being, and housing. The plan is deliverable and has already stirred […]

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Only snow required: Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games

Only snow required: Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games

Beijing has been awarded the privilege of hosting the 2022 Winter Olympic Games after edging over the only other bidder, the city of Almaty from Kazakhstan. European cities withdrew for political or financial reasons, and the Chinese bid beat Almaty by 44 votes to 40 with one abstention. However, questions were quickly raised about the […]

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Locals sceptical of Rugby World Cup legacy

Locals sceptical of Rugby World Cup legacy

This autumn, England will host one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year, the Rugby World Cup, and the borough of Richmond and its surroundings are getting all revamped. Or are they? Local residents and politicians voice their concerns. Watch this story’s accompanying video feature on YouTube. The tournament will be played in 13 venues […]

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The British woman who does it by The Ruler

The British woman who does it by The Ruler

Not many women can claim they raised five children while at the same time running a successful sportswear manufacturing operation in one of the world’s most challenging environments for almost 30 years. Sara Hanna is one of those. She shares her story with The London Economic’s Noy Shani in an exclusive interview. Sara Hanna has […]

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Icy no problem! Richmond Rink organisers refute claims of traffic and noise problems at Strawberry Hill House

Icy no problem! Richmond Rink organisers refute claims of traffic and noise problems at Strawberry Hill House

Richmond ice rink organisers are facing opposition from residents concerned about the potential noise disruption and traffic congestion caused by the winter attraction.

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Electricity is in the air – Formula E and the Battersea Park dispute

Electricity is in the air – Formula E and the Battersea Park dispute

This year is set to be a year of key sporting events.  The Cricket World Cup is lurking around the corner, England is hosting the prestigious Rugby World Cup in September and London will host the ninth and final round of the FIA Formula E 2014/2015 series on June 27th. The proposed location for the […]

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”The clubs are pricing fans out of the game”

”The clubs are pricing fans out of the game”

In the light of the increased cost of football and the recent news about the release of Ched Evans, Sheffield United’s player convicted of rape from prison, The Sports Gazette met Billy Reid, director at HonestGame, a global campaign to raise the level of integrity in world football.

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The Impact war has on Israeli Football

The Impact war has on Israeli Football

Wartime football has not been invented in the Middle East. The recent ‘Protective Edge’ operation in Gaza has a major impact on Israeli Football

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