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Docklands Failure, Newsline

Docklands has gained a reputation as a place nobody wants to go to.

So with the State Government beginning works to connect the precinct with the rest of the CBD, I take a look at why it didn’t work in the first place.


The allure of the houseboat

My favourite London run takes me through Limehouse Basin, so I get to see a great selection of houseboats. Everything from huge converted barges, to much smaller yachts moored on a temporary basis. 319 more words


Win a Meantime Brewery tour

This competition closed on Sunday 3 September.

Just send an email telling us the best tour you’ve ever been on to competitions@tfl.gov.uk  (in no more than 15 words). 120 more words


Treasures of London - Remembering the shame of the trans-Atlantic slave trade

Wednesday marked the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition, so we thought it an appropriate week to feature one of the most moving displays in the Museum of London Docklands’ ‘London, Sugar and Slavery’ gallery. 184 more words


DLR30 competition – win lunch at Rum and Sugar

This competition closed on Friday 25 August.

To celebrate the DLR’s 30th Anniversary we are giving away some great competition prizes, to help you explore great things to do in East London. 179 more words


Morton’s Monument Park

One of the best public sculptures in Melbourne that you have probably never seen is Callum Morton Monument Park, 2015, on New Quay in the Docklands. 329 more words