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La Dolve Vita lands in Islington

London’s sixth annual italian festival of La Dolce Vita took place at a new venue in Islington on  March 11-14. The Business Design Center has been strongly wanted by the organizers, the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Brand Events, for its class and contemporaneity, which perfectly fit with the types of products exposed. Melba Allocati, […]

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I was a broker, I’ve turned my life selling parma ham and salami- of Marco Vineis

I worked for several years as broker among banking giants that don’t exist any more. When a good bonus was offered me I thought about my first dream and I started my entrepreneurial career selling Parma ham and salami at the Borough Market. My previous colleagues looked at me astonished. On the December 1991 I first came to […]

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Spitafields: a bridge between history and modernity of London

Walking along the streets of Spitalfields the alternation of old and decrepit buildings with the modernity of the skyline seems to put the whole city in prospective, showing as much the history of London as its modern face. In this sense nowadays this district is probably one of the most suggestive in London. This is particularly […]

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Teenagers robbed a debt collector

Two teenagers assaulted a debt collector and robbed him of 600 £ near Harrow Road on Wednesday. The two robbers were described by witnesses being aged between 16 and 17 and very slight in build. It was few minutes after 7pm, when the victim had been visiting a house in Sixth Avenue to collect the money for a […]

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Queens Park Court raises £13,000 for British Lung Foundation

MP Karen Buck launched yesterday a fund-raising day in support of the British Lung Foundation at Queens Park Court in Harrow Road. Mrs Buck said: “It’s incredibly important to support event like this and get people involved. These founds are aimed to help NHS system in supporting people who suffer of lung diseases. Furthermore it’s also […]

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Vieira prefers Mancini to Mourinho

Patrick Vieira’s wife Cheryl, back in England after her husband’s transfer to Manchester City from Inter Milan has revealed the French midfielder ‘is much happier playing for his ex-boss Roberto Mancini rather than  for Jose Mourinho’. The Portuguese manager left Vieira off the team many times after he was injured last season and affter that […]

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Cycling Naked against oil dependence

Almost 1,500 people joined yesterday the seventh London World Naked Bike Ride in Hyde Park, the provocative protest organised against oil dependency and the car culture. The number of protesters has increased constantly each year, touching its peak yesterday. The message is still the same as the World Naked Bike Ride spokesman said: “Oil dependency leads […]

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Man died in Cricklewood Lane

An Asian mixed race man in his 30’s died yesterday in Cricklewood Lane after he was knocked down by a truck while he was crossing the street. The man was trapped under the truck wheels, and it was necessary to wait for paramedics to arrive to move the body. A last-minute attempt to revive the […]

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Raw poetry and open mic in Kings Cross

The first Monday of every month at the Central Station, or alternatively at the Zenith Bar, in Kings Cross a free open poetry workshop and pre-booked open mic is held. Raw is far from being a school of poetry or a meeting for intellectuals, it’s rather a networking community which is born as collaboration between […]

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Are you keen to join London 2012 Olympics?

You may think it’s too late to get ready for participating as athlete at the Olympics as probably it is but if you’re passionate about sport there are still chances to join London Olympics. Since London Olympics in 1948 volunteers are an important component of the games how LOCOG Chair Seb Coe said at London […]

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Mad Mario or Super Mario?

Many nicknames have been used to identify new Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli. In Italy he simply used to be Super Mario for his own fans and Mad Mario for the rivals. Two names that explains perfectly this extremely talented 20 years old player, who has already achieved what for big stars spent an entire career: […]

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