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Thames Path

Golden opportunity for HK investors

Potential investors in British property should act now before pent up domestic demand picks up, industry experts say.

According to property agency King Sturge, the London property market is beginning to bounce back, signifying it is stabilising.

Friday, 3 July, 2009, 12:00am

Ultimate location for easy access to shopping hub

Ultima, in Southwest London next to Chelsea Bridge and in front of the River Thames, is a desirable residence for its easy access to the capital's best-known shopping and entertainment hubs.

3 Jul 2009 - 12:00am

Hooray for Henley

For five days each July, the normally sedate English town of Henley-on-Thames overflows with crowds of rowers and socialites living it up at the Royal Regatta.

'Three cheers for Cambridge: hip, hip, hooray!'

'Three cheers for Princeton: hip, hip, hooray!'

29 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

London's plan for new Chinatown unveiled

The city's mayor wants the community to relocate from Soho to Docklands

London's Chinese community could be heading home. Not as far east as China but down the road to Docklands, in the East End.

6 May 2004 - 12:00am

London's bridge of church and Tate

Residents of those expensive London warehouse conversions on the banks of the River Thames who peeped out of their windows one night last week might have seen an unusual sight: 1,000 people, each carrying an illuminated glow stick, processing over the Millennium Bridge - a pedestrian link known affectionately by Londoners as 'the wobbly bridge'.

27 Apr 2003 - 12:00am

3 missing after bridge collapse

Three people were still missing yesterday after several sections of a suspension bridge in Sichuan province collapsed and fell into the Jinshajiang River.

9 Nov 2001 - 12:00am

Stipes appear blinkered over All Win shock

The issue of what is a legitimate subject to come under scrutiny from the stewards raised its head last week with the inquiry that never was in the Champions Mile and the still-rumbling Honest Dragon affair at Happy Valley.

28 May 2001 - 12:00am

Swanning up the Thames

THE Thames may not be one of the world's longest rivers, but it is certainly one of the best known. Postcards depicting its dark, sluggish waters passing under London's Tower Bridge or in front of the Houses of Parliament reach all corners of the globe.

18 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

Bridge's Victorian values

THE arguments over the construction of London's Tower Bridge were not unlike those over Chep Lap Kok airport - it was built 100 years ago out of desperation at the other bridges in the City becoming so jammed with traffic they were gridlocked Victorian-style.

2 Jul 1994 - 12:00am