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Man Dies After Being Hit by Train at St Margarets

A man died yesterday (Tuesday 24th May) after being hit by a train at St Margarets station. The incident happened after the morning rush hour with British Transport Police being called to the scene at 10.15am. 58 more words

Local Issues & News

Dr Tania Mathias: Being Twickenham's MP One Year In

Who’d be an MP? Not us that’s for sure!  The long hours, having to deal with all those constituents, the listening to long speeches, learning how to wave order papers in the air in that special way, it’s all a bit too much. 1,069 more words


Google News Adds "Local Source" Tag

Google News is going to make it easier to find local coverage of major news stories. “When a local story is picked up by national publishers, it can be difficult for local sources to be heard even after they’ve done the legwork and research to break a story. 69 more words


Pics of the Week: Spring & Water

If you can’t always remember what’s great about living in Twickenham then spring mornings and spring tides should be near the top of your list. 68 more words


Big data in Hyperlocal

What’s the primary use-case for distributive computing in hyperlocal today?
Ultimately, it’s a recommendation game. If you’re a local vendor, the reason you go through one of these hyperlocal offer companies is because they presumably know more about potential customers than you do. 1,055 more words


Art and the urban farm

It’s not every day that you get a record in the mail directly from the record label, excitedly tear open the box, discover an image your wife painted on the album cover, enjoy the music of a good friend, and relish the entire experience. 612 more words

Locally Grown

Pros and Cons of Hyperlocal Data

Mobile technology is often described as an enemy of in-store retailers by putting competitors at consumers’ fingertips. Savvy retailers, however, can fight back by providing relevant, local information to drive consumers to their store locations. 422 more words