LondonNet: July News Archive 2003
  • Livingstone Boosts Congestion Charge Company
    New incentives introduced for fines - 25/07/03

  • Wheel of Fortune Draws Four Million
    London Eye comes top again in tourist charts - 23/07/03

  • 'I'll Be back for T4,' Arnie Tells London
    Schwarzenegger draws huge crowds for T3 premiere - 21/07/03

  • Art Author In Jermyn Street
    Fringe welcomes West End writer - 18/07/03

  • Tube Upgrade to Mean Line Closures
    Central Line nightmare could be repeated across London - 17/07/03

  • Dance Performances Bourne Again
    Cult choreography back in town - 16/07/03

  • Blair to Call for Closer US/Europe Ties
    PM addresses Congress under Iraq fall-out cloud - 16/07/03

  • Crunch Time For Coriolanus
    RSC show closes early - 16/07/03

  • Diana Was Good in Bed, Says Hewitt
    Lover of Princess tells sex secrets in TV show - 15/07/03

  • Byatt Puts Curse on Harry Potter
    Boy wizard series is like a cartoon, says respected author - 14/07/03

  • New Albert Hall Goes on Show
    Renovations ready in time for Proms - 14/07/03

  • Royal Court Opens Its Doors
    Sloane Square theatre entertains new companies - 11/07/03

  • Hobbits Plan Kensington Invasion
    Science Museum gets Lord of the Rings exhibition - 10/07/03

  • London Motorways to be Widened
    Extra lanes planned for M1 and M25 - 10/07/03

  • Crossrail Gets Green Light
    Government okay for east-west link with private money - 10/07/03

  • Congestion Still On the Rise
    Government transport advisor calls for more road pricing - 09/07/03

  • Theatre on the Streets
    Homeless people take to the stage - 09/07/03

  • Clark Unveils Plans for Hampstead
    New artistic director sinks his teeth into north London theatre - 08/07/03

  • Free Flights For Concorde
    Competition opens for last week of supersonic travel - 08/07/03

  • Kew Gardens Named World Heritage Site
    UN hands accolade to London's garden of the globe - 07/07/03

  • Tape Plays On
    Stephen Belber's Play Goes On - 04/07/03

  • Lampposts Speak Language of the Blind
    New technology scheme for Golders Green - 03/07/03

  • Chelsea Cash Could Be Held Up by City Watchdogs
    Share dealings under scrutiny as new Russian owner pledges hundreds of millions - 02/07/03

  • Mayor to Sack Top Tube Managers
    Livingstone takes control with a bang - 01/07/03



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