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I've just returned from the annual Antarctic Ocean Commission in Hobart, Tasmania where I've been campaigning for more protection of the spectacular wildlife down at the bottom of the world, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green and Greenpeace.

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Thank you for the excellent feature on Downs Baptist Church on its history of standing up against injustice, writes Ian Rathbone, former chairman, Ogunwobi Family Campaign.

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Apologies to anyone who thinks the Gazette looks ill this week.

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We welcome the Environment Bill announced in the Queen's Speech on Monday, writes Cllr Julian Bell, chairman, London Councils' Transport and Environment Committee.

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I was moved by Talia's story to join the Anthony Nolan register for potential stem cell donors - I am, after all, from a Middle Eastern background on one side, and minority ethnic groups are woefully underrepresented on donor lists.

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Three jays and kingfisher - not often I'm so lucky running up the Lea, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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On November 1, 2012 the Gazette reported the proposed closure of the workshops under the railway arches along Morning Lane to make way for fashion shops, writes Nik Wood, Gore Road, Hackney.

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Something doesn't add up about the Met Police estates strategy.

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History is in the making - Friday saw the world's largest ever climate protest, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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