Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Shoreditch News 30-3

Residents of a housing block on Old Ford Road were shocked to hear an explosion as Armed police raided a house on the estate.

Around 40 officers, some carrying guns, reportedly stormed into Jossiline Court close to St Stephen’s Road at around 10am yesterday.

The first neighbors' knew of it was a loud bang as police made their way into one flat within the block.

Radiohead singer Thom Yorke turned paper boy for the day this week to hand out copies of the bands promotional title The Universal Sigh.

The paper was to celebrate the release of the bands album The King of Limbs available in hard copy now.

York greeted fans at Rough Trade East on Brick Lane to hand out copies, its was the only London location to get hold of the paper.

The Olympic Stadium has been completed.

The last piece of turf was laid in Stratford yesterday afternoon.

The final layer of running track is still to be put in place.


Mainly dry at first, but cloud will increase and with rain spreading from the west. This becoming heavy at times. High's of 13c. Sunset in Shoreditch is 19:30

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