• John Dunmore

    Name: John Dunmore. Date of birth: 25/11/63. Location: Canterbury. Favourite movies: It's A Wonderful Life. Favourite music: Acid jazz. Favourite TV: Trailer Park Boys. Favourite books: The Master Mariner. Favourite quote: What doesn't kill you makes

  • Little point to hosepipe ban (3 comments)

    There is little water to be saved by implementing the hosepipe ban when the bulk of water usage is inside the house, with power showers, washing machines and dishwashers. In addition to this there are more homes being built in the south-east but nothing

  • Blog 5 by Web Editor

    We may only be in March, but already News Shopper has taken two very bold steps forward with our website this year. First of all, in January, we launched our fantastic new Your Shopper section. The fact you are reading this blog means you have probably

  • Blog 8 by African Adventurer

    Well, it's been a while since I last wrote, back in December when I was out in Togo. The mission passed off well and with the local project team colleagues we've produced a proposal for a second project phase which will be submitted to donors for continuation

  • Wendy Barrington

    Name: Wendy Barrington. Date of birth: 20/11/60. Location: Lee. Status: Single. Occupation: Pre-school assistant. Education: Charlton Manor 67-72, Kidbrooke 72-78. Favourite movies: Gone With the Wind - yes, great film. Coyote Ugly, Ray Charles Story

  • Campaigners want hospital funding review

    HEALTH campaigners are calling for a public inquiry into the funding crisis at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Members of Keep the NHS Public Greenwich want a review to assess whether it was a "good use of public money" to build the hospital under the Government's

  • Pupils helping school to rock

    A GROUP of young musicians has been working with nursery children to help get them to love music. Five Year 8 pupils from Thomas Tallis Secondary School, Kidbrooke Park Road, Greenwich, visit toddlers at Pound Park Nursery each Tuesday to help their

  • Visitors can help improve care services

    LEWISHAM Hospital has drawn up a new visitors' charter in partnership with its patients' forum. The charter recognises the important role visitors play in helping patients and sets out how they can best help the hospital, in Lewisham High Street, improve