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A new school sports programme was officially launched this month by former Australian cricket star Keith Bradshaw at the historic Lord's Cricket Ground
New proposals to change the rules on borrowing could see an extra £1 billion being invested in affordable housing.
Local people have been invited to give their views on new proposals to combine council services, which aim to save £35 million per year by 2014/2015
The deadline for large street parties to celebrate the Royal Wedding has now passed but the council are still accepting requests for smaller gatherings!
Look for those purple and white envelopes landing on your doormat over the next couple of weeks - the census 2011 forms are being distributed across the country from today.
Dozens of traffic lights and one way streets will be removed under new plans to ease congestion in Westminster.
The University of Westminster are holding a Postgraduate Information Evening for prospective students on Wednesday 9th March, 5.30pm - 7.30pm.
Fake Olympic and sporting goods worth £100,000 were seized by Trading Standards as part of crackdown on counterfeiters before the games.
Westminster Council has called for changes to community funding for projects that successfully tackle difficult social problems in the area.
Westminster Council pledged this week that no children's centres or leisure centres would be closed in a bid to protect front line services.
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