LOCAL LONDON NEWS

At a home struck by unimaginable tragedy, two little bikes lean against a fence. One has training wheels, the other doesn’t....
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In 2012, two-year-old Gabriel Lyttle died tragically after drowning in a friend’s pool....
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This holiday beach town was a mess Sunday night, after a severe thunderstorm downed trees and knocked out power, triggering provincial police to close Highway 21 between the Pinery Provincial Park and Main Street....
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A London man was in critical condition Sunday after firefighters pulled him out of a townhouse filled with flames and smoke....
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Environment Canada meteorologists are currently monitoring a thunderstorm that may be producing a tornado....
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British Columbia started telling its taxpayers how much it pays each doctor 43 years ago....
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“Money has potential to influence doctors . . . The scale of these payments is huge,” said Sergio Sismondo, editor of Social Studies of Science and a professor at Queen’s University....
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London politicians can’t fall prey to any spending-spree impulses as city hall eyes a multimillion-dollar windfall, one councillor warns....
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July 27th, 2014
The Fractal Nature of our Universe, an exhibit of new work by Lianne Todd, a biologist-turned-painter who lives in Oxford County, was held at the Arts Project in downtown London earlier this month. Todd has been showing her work for about a decade. ...
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Thunderstorms may have been in the forecast, but nothing was going to rain on this parade....
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