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“And I am bored to death with it. Bored to death with this place, bored to death with my life, bored to death with myself,” remarks Lady Dedlock in Charles Dickens’ famed novel Bleak House.

Cancer patients across the borough are benefiting from a new machine designed to make their treatment more comfortable.

A hospital trust that worked hard to come out of special measures, has hit a national patient target for the first time in three years.

On the A12 there is moderate traffic between the Moby Dick and the Barley Lane junction.

The heartbroken mother of a Romford club bouncer has thanked the community for its support after a man was found guilty of her son’s death.

Two men have been acquitted of murdering a 27-year-old bouncer who was stabbed to death with a machete metres from his home.

A police officer’s career was left in jeopardy after he was handed a community order for downloading indecent images of children and extreme animal porn.

Jury deliberations began today in the murder trial of much-loved club doorman Ricky Hayden.

New research has revealed that more than 1,000 dogs from across the capital and deemed to be dangerous, were seized by the Met last year.

A hospital trust has been praised by health secretary Jeremy Hunt in a report focusing on the significant improvements it has made.

A teenager has been found guilty of sexually abusing a boy aged four.

It was a massive gamble when Theresa May called a snap general election and it looks not to have paid off as she now faces calls to quit after the UK woke up to a hung parliament.

Two more addresses – one in Newham and another in Dagenham - are being investigated by police in connection with the London Bridge terror attack.

Catching crooks is one thing but in the fight against children’s cancer more than 100 officers pulled out all the stops to raise cash for charity.

Staff at a high street greeting cards chain are to lose their jobs after it was announced the firm went into administration.

Police are appealing for help in the search for a missing elderly man.

A woman who lost her brother in a tragic accident 27 years ago is desperately trying to raise cash to give him a fitting memorial.

The snap election announced by Theresa May yesterday, has been approved by MPs.

In just under two years, Britain has had one general election, one referendum, two prime minsters and faces the prospect of a third.

Gun-related offences have risen across the borough according to official statistics released on Wednesday.

A teenager appeared at a pre-trial hearing yesterday over the death of doorman Ricky Hayden.

The moment that has been both contested and celebrated has finally arrived – Article 50, which officially starts the Brexit process, will be triggered today.

A man appeared in court today after a Ferrari parked on a drive was left “burnt out” in a suspected arson attack.

A man convicted of killing a 17-year-old by stabbing him 11 times within metres of a primary school is due to be sentenced at The Old Bailey later today.

“Always be ambitious and try your hardest,” was a young man’s message to others thinking of doing an apprenticeship.

Families with critically ill relatives in intensive care, are able to keep patients updated with family events thanks to a simple but innovative idea.

Heavy traffic on the M11 southbound, A406 southbound from South Woodford, A12 westbound, and minor delays on the Central Line.

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

Staff from a national charity aim to show off their talents at a fun night to the sounds of pop and rock classics.

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