LondonNet: September News Archive 2002
  • Anne in Dangerous Dog Trouble
    Princess Royal set for court appearance - 30/09/02

  • Damsels in Distress is in Distress
    Ayckbourn trilogy in trouble - 27/09/02

  • Mayor to Join Stop the War March
    100,000 expected at protest against Iraq attack - 26/09/02

  • Greenspan: London is the Tops
    US finance chief backs capital over European rivals - 25/09/02

  • Fire In The West End
    Flames threaten Theatre Royal Haymarket - 25/09/02

  • Music To West End Ears
    The Sound of Music makes a come back - 24/09/02

  • New Wembley Helps Olympic Bid, Says Mayor
    Livingstone hopeful of London getting 2012 games - 23/09/02

  • Darwin Centre Opens Up Science
    Millions of specimens to go on show at Natural History Museum for the first time - 20/09/02

  • Steadman to Stop Cooking Husband
    New home sought for marital-breakdown drama - 19/09/02

  • Earth Moves for London
    Quake reaches capital; some people wake up - 19/09/02

  • Angry Country Comes to Town
    500,000 expected to march on Whitehall in multi-faceted protest - 18/09/02

  • Bush, Churchill and Windsors Are Cousins
    Genealogy experts trace power elite to Northants ancestor - 17/09/02

  • Nuking Iraq May be the Only Option, Says Tory Leader
    Duncan Smith backs the bomb in future attack - 17/09/02

  • Police Numbers Soar as Crime Falls
    Most cops for eighty years - 16/09/02

  • US Embassy Targets Ken's Road-Price Scheme
    Government back London Mayor in battle with American diplomats - 13/09/02

  • Jerry Lewis in Backstage Collapse
    Veteran Comedian now in London hospital - 11/09/02

  • Festival to Light Up the Thames
    Fireworks and lanterns anchor annual river show - 11/09/02

  • Big Fall in London Street Crime
    Blair's promise kept despite the doubters - 10/09/02

  • UK Broadband Take-Up Lags Behind Rest of Europe
    But big increase in last year could pave the way for catch up - 09/09/02

  • One Year After: London Remembers
    Poignant services and silences held for September 11 victims - 06/09/02

  • Pubs Go for Caffeine Hit
    Early opening pits Wetherspoon against coffee-bar chains - 04/09/02

  • Carry On Goes Wilde
    Everett says movie version of classic is like smutty 60s movies - 03/09/02

  • New Journey for West End
    Shared Experience stage Passage to India - 02/09/02



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