Council updates desktops to support flexible working
Hammersmith & Fulham Council is using Colt's Workspace as a Service to support more than 2,000 virtual desktop users based on VMware's Horizon Suite .
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Star-struck council shows residents the path
The residents of one London borough will now be able to follow the 'stars' to find their way home at night.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Population rise fuels demand for secondary school places
More than four in ten children in some areas were yesterday denied their preferred secondary school amid mounting competition for places.
Motorist's High Court battle to reverse decision over U-turn fine
Caversham Alexis Alexander said he believed he was 'performing a public service' by carrying on his fight against a penalty charge UK drivers "caught" by 'No U-Turn' signs could have millions in fixed penalty notices refunded if an angry motorist wins his High Court test case to open a loophole in traffic laws.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Become An MP? No, My Tunnel Project Is Too Exciting - Boris
Boris Johnson told LBC he would definitely not be a Conservative MP in 2015, saying he wants to stay to the end of his Mayoral term.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Exclusive: Bedroom tax is a 'hasty shambles', says poverty group
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Council tax 'higher in Wales than in rich London boroughs'
Councilllors took part in a three-hour debate on the 2014/15 budget at City Hall before the Labour administration's proposals were voted through.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Landlords see monthly collections soar by A 1,000 in a year
Landlords in the City of London have seen the amount of rent they collect shoot up 1,059 per month in the last year.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
A different banking crisis
Natalie and her six-year-old daughter, Stacy, live in a one bedroom flat on a housing estate in Shepherd's Bush, London, not far from the Westfield shopping centre.* The 35-year-old spent her own childhood amid the fallen curls of her mother's hair salon in Notting Hill.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Bank 'did not fund' bike expansion
London's cycle hire scheme underwent a major expansion last year without a penny of funding from its sponsor Barclays, it has been revealed.
AUDIO: Food bank usage 'continually growing'
"Over 50%" of people referred to food banks by care professionals are sent there because of "benefit changes [and] delays", Alison Ingliss-Jones, trustee of Hammersmith and Fulham Food Bank, has claimed.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
'Bank scam run from Aladdin's cave'
A plot to steal millions from high street banks was run from an "Aladdin's cave" of documents and electronic equipment, a court has heard.
Council tax set to rise 2% for millions as local authorities spurn Government grants
Councils are set to infuriate millions of households, as well as government ministers, by hiking council tax bills 1.99 per cent.
The Tories' bid to close Sulivan primary school is a triumph of ideology over evidence
Last week in the Commons, I asked Michael Gove to save Sulivan Primary School in Hammersmith & Fulham from closure.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Call to scrap London's A 4bn super sewer to reduce flooding
Flood prevention measures should be prioritised ahead of London's 4.2 billion super sewer, which will do "absolutely nothing to stop low lying areas being deluged", a council leader has argued.