GREENWICH Council has decided to keep publishing its weekly newspaper, Greenwich Time.
The controversial paper was expected to get the axe after the Government drew up new guidelines on council publicity which say councils shouldn't put out publications more than four times a year.
But as Greenwich.co.uk reported last week, council officers produced a report recommending that the council continues to publish the newspaper fifty times a year.
That recommendation was accepted by a meeting of the Cabinet last night at the Town Hall in Woolwich.
For full details of the meeting, where Council Leader Chris Roberts said the case for maintaining Greenwich Time was "overwhelming", visit 853 blog for Darryl's in-depth report.