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Paul O'Grady slams young people who shame those lost in the Aids crisis

Paul O'Grady slams young people who shame those lost in the Aids crisis

The TV star relives the details of losing friends to the disease in the 1980s.

7:03am Monday 27 February 2017

Independents only: Restaurants announced for Circus West Village

Circus West Village, Phase 1 of Battersea Power Station opens this summer

Independent restaurants for Circus West Village, the first chapter of the Battersea Power Station regeneration project, have been announced.

1:00pm Tuesday 7 February 2017

Major campaign launched to impose harsher sentences on animal abusers

Major campaign launched to impose harsher sentences on animal abusers

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home is calling on the Government to legislate to increase the maximum custodial sentence for animal cruelty.

12:00am Monday 20 February 2017

Nearly £800 raised for refugee programme from Vanessa Redgrave film showing

Marwan Ahmadzai, Shami Chakrabarti, Candida Jones, Alf Dubs, Vanessa Redgrave

The showing of a film about the refugee crisis has resulted in nearly £800 being raised for a UN refugee programme.

4:51pm Friday 3 February 2017

Topping out ceremony marks end of major construction at Lombard Wharf

CGI of Lombard Wharf

Barratt London hosted a topping out ceremony at Lombard Wharf today (February 2) to mark the end of major construction on the building.

5:05pm Thursday 2 February 2017

New stretch of Thames riverbank opened to public for first time since 1930s

New stretch of Thames riverbank opened to public for first time

A new stretch of Thames riverbank has been opened to the public for the first time.

12:00pm Wednesday 1 February 2017

UPDATE: 'Beloved' family dog found

'Beloved' family dog missing

A "beloved" family dog is missing from Battersea. 

9:50am Thursday 16 February 2017

Man who paid £230,000 to ex-wife 15 years ago must support her for life after she makes "unwise" property investments

Man who paid £230,000 to ex-wife 13 years ago must support her for life after she makes "unwise" property investments

The ex-husband of a woman he divorced 13 years ago must support her for life, according to the Court of Appeal.

7:28am Wednesday 8 February 2017

Animal shelter welcomes 'long overdue' Government crackdown on backstreet breeders and puppy farms

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Battersea Dogs and Cats Home has welcomed the "long overdue" Government crackdown on backstreet puppy breeders.

11:33am Friday 3 February 2017

Education secretary and MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields Justine Greening to 'respect the national result' and vote to trigger Article 50

The MPs constituency voted 75 per cent to remain

Justine Greening, education secretary and conservative MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields has confirmed she will vote for the triggering of Article 50.

12:57pm Wednesday 1 February 2017
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