Bancroft’s school students achieved the highest number of A* A-level results in the school’s history.

Hard work paid off for students picking up their A-level results at Kantor King Solomon High School.

Redbridge residents can now access their GP practice online and book appointments from their phone, tablet or computer.

There were celebrations in Ilford Lane as thousands of residents took to the streets to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Pakistan’s Independence Day.

Organisations have slammed the decision to scrap meals on wheels in Redbridge

The Recorder is launching a campaign to raise awareness about social care and the need for more carers.

Graduates enjoyed an afternoon of fun, food and achievement at a ceremony in Newbury Park.

Supermarket staff went the extra mile to raise money for charity this year.

A 12-year-old boy who wrote a moving poem about the Grenfell Tower tragedy is this week’s nominee for the Recorder/Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

Are you lamenting the end of Love Island and don’t know what to do with yourself at 9pm?

In light of acid attacks in the borough, MPs are working together to toughen up the laws around the possession and use of corrosive substances.

Firefighters in the borough are on standby to respond to acid attacks.

A Barkingside headteacher said the new GCSE grading system does not meet the needs of most students.

A charity treated members to an action packed day of flying.

A driver is baffled after he got a parking ticket while filling up his car at a petrol station.

An Ilford resident is urging people to be vigilant after he claims a group of boys armed with bottles of liquid – which he fears was acid – rang the door bell while his wife was at home alone with a baby.

Customers in McDonald’s were evacuated twice on Friday, August 4 after the same car caught fire for a second time.

The BBC gender pay gap row may have dominated the news but in Redbridge women are making more money then men – if they are a driving instructor that is.

A charity has said “drastic action” is needed after police confirmed there were 16 reported Islamophobic incidents in Redbridge in June, more than in previous months combined.

A alleged racist incident outside the Exchange Shopping Centre last month which went viral, was not correctly flagged as a racial crime by police.

A scout volunteer from Barkingside journeyed to lake Ulfljotsvatn in Iceland to help deliever an event for 5,000 young people.

When Bodgers announced that it would be closing, it felt like the end of an era.

The gallery was a sea of smiling faces as Redbridge Planning Committee rejected an application for a 12 storey development in Newbury Park.

Redbridge Council sent a clear message to developers by rejecting a planning application on the basis that it did not have enough affordable housing.

Two musicians from Redbridge will perform at 19 pitches across the capital as part of a London wide busking competition.

The wrong date for a Redbridge Council planning meeting was sent to residents who objected to a development in Newbury Park.

Redbridge has a local radio station, a local paper (ahem) and now its very own TV channel.

More than a 1,000 children petitioned Redbridge Council to take action over the “dirty streets” by their school in Ilford.

Bringing something alternative to the table, a man from Newbury Park has reached the finals of PETA’s hottest vegan competition.

Commuters will face road closures and a disrupted service from Ilford station when it is redesigned as part of the Elizabeth line project.

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