A DJ and television presenter has made a video in which he sings for residents to use their local butchers while KFC’s chicken crisis continues.

KFC has announced more store closures after delivery problems meant that it ran out of chicken.

Redbridge residents struggling with mental health issues are invited to take part in performance and creative art workshops to help improve their wellbeing.

A theatre company will be performing a classic tale of forbidden love set in Japan in the 1940s.

A primary and secondary school in Redbridge joined forces to reduce the spread of harmful gases in the borough.

A young volunteer who is still studying for his A-levels has been working to improve care for children and young people in hospital.

The classic story of fearless hero Aladdin and the extraordinary genie who appears from a magical lamp is coming to Gants Hill.

Redbridge’s Asian community was treated to a lively afternoon of music and dance to celebrate their past achievement and the New Year.

Ambulances were forced to wait up to an hour at A&E 990 times last month, with emergency patients stranded inside the vehicles waiting to be admitted.

An Ilford man has been charged with the murder of Raja Ali in Dagenham.

An Ilford mum received a special Christmas present this year when her newborn daughter was born ten days early on Christmas day.

A young male was found stabbed near the High Street in Ilford.

A Newham man has been charged with murder after a 44-year-old woman was discovered stabbed on Wednesday evening.

A young girl got into the spirit 
of Christmas this year by donating her own presents to a children’s ward.

A former teacher who has been at the same school for 50 years, has been awarded the BEM (British Empire Medal) in the Queen’s New Year Honours for her services to education.

Patients could be affected by delays of non-urgent procedures at King George Hospital, Goodmayes and Queen’s Hospital, Rom Valley Way, until January 31, due to winter pressures.

Remember when huge crowds brought Ilford town centre to a standstill in a bid to see YouTube star Adam Saleh? Or the Barkingside man who set up his own sting when he saw his stolen laptop for sale online?

A yellow box junction between Perrymans Farm Road and Horns Road, Newbury Park, has collected more than £250,000 in penalty charges in four months.

Detectives are appealing for information following the serious assault of a woman outside a restaurant in Ilford.

A Redbridge secondary school has been named the greenest in east London for supporting sustainable travel.

Christmas was ruined for residents on a Woodford Green estate after they spent Christmas Day and Boxing Day without running water.

Activists are campaigning for more investment into a family park they believe to be in a poor state.

Outdoor adventurer and TV presenter Julia Bradbury has named Hainault Forest the number one park for winter woodland walks.

Sexual health services at Queen’s Hospital will be moving to a new location, following developments to improve care.

Detectives are appealing to trace a man suspected of committing four offences including a burglary in South Woodford.

Students from a school in Goodmayes won £1,500 from the Mayor’s Fund for London for their social action plan to help sick children in hospitals.

A newly-formed Jewish community celebrated its first Chanukah with an inclusive service to accommodate those with special needs this weekend.

Children at the paediatric A&E department at King George Hospital were treated to more than 500 new toys from money raised by firefighters from Ilford Blue Watch.

A pensioner received the “best service” from strangers who came to her rescue after falling in the street.

A teacher from Woodbridge High School says he experienced “the best and worst humanity has to offer”, during a week of volunteering with a refugee support group in Calais.


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