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  • adj. located by the River Thames


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  • This week, Richard Desmond can reflect on a record £525m turnover at his Daily Express to Channel 5 Northern & Shell empire while sitting in his vast Thameside office, sipping tea from china branded with his company's logo.

    How proprietors are taking over the biggest media companies in the UK

  • Kent Thameside strategic transport programme, £23m

    Government shelves Labour projects worth £10.5bn

  • Similar fast-transport schemes exist elsewhere but Kent Thameside has the most innovative approach: the councils examined the main reasons people chose not to take buses – punctuality, journey-time reliability and lack of information – and designed a system that attempted to eliminate them.

    Really getting somewhere

  • On schedule: Kent's award-winning busesFastrack, a pioneering £2bn rapid-transport scheme in Kent Thameside was born out of a necessity to provide a joined-up and highly efficient public transport system in an area where development was threatening to overwhelm the existing road system.

    Really getting somewhere

  • Although Kent Thameside currently has a relatively small population of 187,000, the intention is to create 50,000 new jobs and build 25,000 new homes over the next 20 to 30 years.

    Really getting somewhere

  • In the confusion, the doxy had vanished and it was not until the stevedore had been subdued that the police noticed the blood, dripping from a pair of legs, swinging gently in the Thameside breeze.

    The Case Of The Limehouse Golem

  • By then most steamships were using the Victoria Docks, which were to be used by the last of the Thameside shipbuilders, Thames Ironworks & Shipbuilding Company, for fitting-out ships, until they ceased business in 1912.

    Early Steam Ships and the City Canal

  • Wesley Kerr, Chair of the HLF Committee for London, said: The London Committee is thrilled that this unique part of our city's heritage, including some of the finest and largest steam engines in existence, housed in cathedral-sized buildings on an inspiring Thameside site, is to be fully restored and opened to all.

    Crossness today

  • And as such, I am overriding all Calls for Beer with a Call for Rum and/or Ale, at the Old Thameside Inn, from sixish onwards.

    Call for Rum.

  • Butler, who won the Brent South seat in 2005 when she was 35, described how shocked she was by the attitude of a senior Conservative who challenged her right to have a drink on the Commons' Thameside terrace, a privilege reserved for MPs.

    Archive 2008-04-01


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