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Canning rejects new job after being dropped as cabinet deputy

Political editor WALTER CRONXITE reports on the fall-out from the latest round of patronage for Tony’s cronies Tony Newman’s usual tactic of using public money patronage to keep ...

Composition lecture at Croydon Camera Club, May 30

Croydon Camera Club’s next meeting is a talk by member Mike Farley on “Aspects of Composition” next Wednesday, May 30. How can a world which exists in three or four ...

Nonsuch Town and Country Show, May 27-28

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MP-backed curry house has avoided massive tax and VAT bills

STEVEN DOWNES reports on how a recently re-elected Tory councillor has been overseeing a restaurant business which has left a trail of debts over the past decade A Croydon Conservative ...

Croydon FC rocked as Whyteleafe poach manager Hudson

MARCUS TYLER reports on an unexpected development at the Trams Officials at Croydon FC were called into hurriedly arranged meetings this morning after news broke that first-team coach Harry Hudson ...

Tram’s Elmers End branch on track with £3.3m from TfL

The Elmers End branch of the tram network is to be upgraded, including double tracking of the branch line and a second platform at the tram stop, as part of £24...

Barwell left looking peri peri silly over Nando’s discount turkey

It hardly inspires confidence when the “brains trust” which is supposed to be negotiating Britain’s exit terms from the European Union can’t even manage to negotiate a discount ...

Town Hall meeting recommends review for councillor payments

Town Hall reporter KEN LEE on the latest dropped bollock by the council’s administration Jo Negrini, the Croydon Council chief executive, has refused to answer questions about her failure ...

The race to replace ‘Silent’ Steve O’Connell has already begun

Just when you thought it was safe to go out on to the streets without risk of being button-holed by political activists, WALTER CRONXITE reports that preparations are already being ...

Store closures spark more concern for £1.4bn Westfield plans

Our retailing correspondent, MT WALLETTE, on the latest dire news for plans to base the regeneration of Croydon on the building a shopping mall Today’s announcement to the London ...

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