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Sainsbury’s is selling the land holding its South Woodford store, which also houses the Odeon cinema, Boots and the Lizard Lounge.

A Wanstead couple accidentally became one of the first to get married at Redbridge Town Hall.

A lane is blocked on Gants Hill Roundabout after a collision between two cars this morning.

More than 60 people ventured to Redbridge Sports Centre to take part in a charity netball tournament.

To mark national Hate Crime Awareness Week, two organisations joined forces to hold an event in Ilford.

Concerns have been raised over proposals to increase fees above inflation at parks, allotments and sports hire facilities in the borough.

Redbridge Council has made a dramatic U-turn and reintroduced free garden waste collections with “old style bags”, just seven months after launching the scheme.

A man has died after falling ill at the wheel of his car and crashing into a fence on the A12 this morning (Monday, October 16).

The A12 is closed between Redbridge Roundabout and the Green Man Roundabout after a driver sustained “nasty injuries” in a collision this morning.

A former Ursuline Academy pupil has made the UK finals of a competition celebrating “trailblazing” young women who are flying the flag for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

A passionate group of parents who raised almost £17,000 to fix a “mud bath” playground is joining forces with the council to finish the job in South Woodford.

Endangered species will be bred in a new zoo in Hainault Forest County Park.

Residents are banding together to take on supermarket chain Sainsbury’s over a planning application for 700 
new homes.

Sound the jungle drums – a new 10 metre animal play zone is being installed in the Exchange.

Ilford Football Club (IFC) has been given thousands of pounds to put on an exhibition about the club’s rich history.

Cheers could be heard from a packed auditorium as Redbridge launched its bid to become the London Borough of Culture.

A zoo will be built in Redbridge after Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure won a £4.5million funding bid from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

Redbridge Council has issued 400 lots of £400 penalties for fly-tipping this year.

A bestselling author and food expert has partnered up with a nursery in Wanstead to revamp its menu.

A Barkingside ice cream shop is closing down after almost 70 years.

Despite a change of venue - after the marquee which the event was going to be held in blew away in a storm - Aldborough Hatch residents came out in force to raise money for Macmillan.

A nursing home threatened with closure won a blooming great prize.

A coffee morning at the North East London NHS Treatment Centre has raised more than £220 for the charity.

A sterilising company raised more than £600 at a Macmillan cancer support coffee morning on Monday, October 2.

Redbridge Council has spent more than £100,000 on cleaning up rubbish left by Travellers this year, and is seeking a high court injunction to stop illegal encampments.

The outcome of a consultation on the future of Meadow Court nursing home seems like a “done deal” already said councillors at a health scrutiny committee.

The Strictly sequins lost a little bit of sparkle this weekend as Redbridge resident Chizzy Akudolu was the first contestant to leave the show.

The death knell may have rung for long summer evenings but your mood needn’t be dark.

A brave nine-year-old, who raised more than £1,000 at a fun day in memory of his mum, is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.

Dame Judi Dench has enlisted the help of her celebrity friends to champion a charity campaign for disabled people and carers.

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