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Croydon FC v Faversham Town, Croydon Arena, Aug 19

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Report: sexual health services for teens must improve

Croydon’s teenagers will have the opportunity to advise on how sexual health services can meet their needs, following a report published today by Healthwatch Croydon. Croydon has some of the highest rates of abortions, repeat abortions, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) … Continue reading

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Weather lore fact or fiction? Honeywood Museum, Mar 23

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Scott’s ‘secretive’ meeting with the gentrifiers of Hackney

It’s nearly one month since Paul Scott, the councillor for Woodside ward and part of the Croydon clique which controls the Labour group at the Town Hall, staged a secretive meeting to discuss development schemes for the area. Since when, … Continue reading

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Two-thirds of Croydon Guardian staff to quit the paper

This week’s edition of the local free newspaper, the Croydon Guardian, could be the last seen in the borough for a while. It will certainly be the very last newspaper on which journalists with good contacts and an understanding of … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick’s criminal offence over company records

BARRATT HOLMES, our housing reporter, on a worrying lack of accountability at the Labour-run Croydon Council’s housing company Brick by Brick, the council chief executive Jo Negrini’s house-building brainchild, has broken the law and committed a criminal offence after barely … Continue reading

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Newman spends six-figure sum to get back on his bike

Croydon will be staging an evening’s cycling racing this summer after all, as council leader Tony Newman and his cabinet authorised the spending of an estimated six-figure sum for the town centre to host a stage of the Pearl Izumi … Continue reading

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