happened in Putney during September 2003
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Mayor in fund row *
Ken Livingstone has come under fire for the diversion of money
from the London Tourist Board to fund an extra issue of his
controversial "The Londoner" magazine.
Local MP praised for anti smoking campaign *
on Smoking and Health (ASH) has congratulated Mr Colman over
his call for urgent new laws to end smoking in workplaces
and public places.
now to keep your vote *
complete your electoral registration forms to make sure you
don't lose their right to vote at next year's Mayor of London,
Greater London Authority and European Parliamentary elections.
An eyesore opposite St Mary's church *
shutters spoilt the character of the conservation area and
the council will now take legal action to enforce their removal.
warns of cuts*
funding plans for next year could force Wandsworth to cut
as the nights draw in get your electric blanket checked before
you use it again.
Tax shock for Putney residents *
Revaluation of properties and new bands will mean significant
increases in Council Tax.
Woz was Putney Hooligan *
In a recent interview Antony Worrall Thompson admitted to
loutish behaviour on Putney Common.
Putney Love Nest "bought with BAE slush fund" *
Arms dealer allegedly tried to implicate Saudi prince in fraud
Tribute to former Mayor *
Mary Holben dies after a lifetime of service to the community.
Unsung Hero recognised *
Award for 14 years of dedication and compassion
O2 to take down Rosslyn Park mast *
Instead they will erect replacement antennae on a new structure
alongside the rugby pitch - 120 metres away from the junction
with Roehampton Lane and Upper Richmond Road.
Name that Seal! *
Can you think of a name for our new neighbour?
Band of Mothers meet the Flora Challenge *
personal goals achieved whilst raising thousands for various
We are the top recyclers! *
Ken's survey reveals us to be the highest spenders in London
when it comes to buying recycled products
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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