happened in Putney during July 2003
these items appeared in our weekly newsletters during this
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new in Putney? - a
new Town Centre Manager for one thing! Plus all the changes
in the local retail world.
Gatwick not Heathrow – is the call from the Council to
Broadband in SW15 - some can and some cannot get the service
can you help with advice for your neighbours?
Male body found on Barnes Common - Police are trying
to identify him described as white and believed to be approximately
in his 50s.
European court rules in favour of night flights - agreeing
with British Government lawyers that the residents of West
and South West London have no "right" to a good
"appalled" at night flight decision - Putney's
MP gives us his reaction to the Strasburg ruling.
Top award for local cop - PC Jeremy Archer awarded after
tackling armed criminals following Putney gun battle involving
Colombian drug dealers
Dentist cleared of drilling away Putney woman's tooth
- Neville Kan found guilty of professional misconduct but
cleared of more serious charges
Woman Cyclist killed in town centre - Residents believe
rush hour death caused by roadworks barriers
Putney School goes on-line - West Hill School launched
its new website by releasing 250 coloured balloons
Hidden homes of Putney
- Council pioneering techniques to convert previously disused
estate premises into good quality affordable housing
Local pensioner recognised for charitable works - honoured
by the All Party Parliamentary Group of Charities with the
presentation of a Contribution to the Community Award.
Lambeth urged to refuse planning for 50 storey tower -
as this would blight the views from Putney to the City.
Roehampton's in the money - as over £2 million pounds
pledged over the next three years to the Sure Start programme.
On the spot fines for failed emission tests - get your
car sorted before you get stooped for a spot check test on
Mayor tells Darling to get off his a**e over Crossrail -
as Crossrail gets approval from Government
Exchange Shopping Centre seeks raffle prizes - for Tommy's
Kew Awarded World Heritage Site Status - joining the Great
Wall of China and the Taj Mahal amongst the world's treasures.
If you feel there is a aspect of local life that we haven't
given sufficient coverage to, let
us know. Most of the articles listed above were not written
by us but contributed by local people.
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