Articles by Cat Wiener

Suffer Little Children: Council Charges Kids To Use Playground

Suffer Little Children: Council Charges Kids To Use Playground

Council to impose 'tax on fun' at Battersea Adventure Playground | By Cat Wiener
Celebrate Vaisakhi In The Square On Sunday

Celebrate Vaisakhi In The Square On Sunday

Prayers for peace and Bollywood festivities take over Trafalgar Square for Sikh New Year | By Cat Wiener
Royal Peanuts: Queen's Cleaners Paid Less Than London Living Wage

Royal Peanuts: Queen's Cleaners Paid Less Than London Living Wage

All in it together? World's richest woman pays Buck House cleaning staff peanuts | By Cat Wiener
Week Of Action For Disability Rights

Week Of Action For Disability Rights

Disability rights activists take to the streets against cuts in services and benefits. Big demo planned in Westminster on Wednesday. | By Cat Wiener

Open House: Putting South London Artists On The Map

Peek behind the doors of south London's flourishing art scene. | By Cat Wiener
London Pubs: Archbishop Fights To Save The Cardinal

London Pubs: Archbishop Fights To Save The Cardinal

Does it matter if historic pub names disappears? The Archbishop of Westminster thinks so. | By Cat Wiener
RIP Smiley Culture: March Demands Justice For DJ

RIP Smiley Culture: March Demands Justice For DJ

Crowds take to the streets of Westminster over the mysterious death of DJ Smiley Culture. | By Cat Wiener
Lease Of Life For Herne Hill Velodrome

Lease Of Life For Herne Hill Velodrome

The Southwark track regularly used by hundreds of people, including elite cyclists, keen amateurs, schools, Cyclo-Cross and local families will remain open to encourage the Harrises and Wigginses of the future. | By Cat Wiener
Wikileaks Founder Gets Bail But Remains In Jail

Wikileaks Founder Gets Bail But Remains In Jail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains behind bars after Swedish authorities challenged yesterday's ruling by Westminster magistrates' court to grant him bail. | By Cat Wiener
Review: From Blake To Space

Review: From Blake To Space

By Cat Wiener
Lewisham Students Win Spirit Of London Award

Lewisham Students Win Spirit Of London Award

Catford students win Young Heroes Spirit of London Award for their campaign for safe havens for young people on the streets of Lewisham. | By Cat Wiener
Appeal Against Terrorist Conviction Puts UK In Dock

Appeal Against Terrorist Conviction Puts UK In Dock

The appeal of convicted terrorist Rangzieb Ahmed, which began at the High Court on Tuesday, will argue that the UK government was complicit in his torture by the Pakistani intelligence service. | By Cat Wiener
Sutton Cop In Mercy Dash Through Snow

Sutton Cop In Mercy Dash Through Snow

Sutton police rush snowbound surgeon to life-saving operation. | By Cat Wiener
Students’ Fightback: Occupations Continue

Students’ Fightback: Occupations Continue

As students take to the streets for a third protest march, we talk to some of those still occupying buildings after the last demonstration. | By Cat Wiener