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Health secretary Jeremy Hunt paid a flying visit to Redbridge’s hospital trust on Friday (December 8) to hear how staff have been pioneering improvements to patient safety.

More than 35 people have been arrested in the last month across Havering, Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham as part of a police crackdown on domestic violence.

A BMW driver from Romford was racing another motorist at more than 79mph when he knocked down and killed an elderly man on the A12 in Redbridge, a court heard.

A special event celebrating the borough’s powerful women was capped off by three women scooping coveted prizes last month.

Wind and rain were not enough to dampen the festive spirits of Redbridge’s joyful joggers on Sunday as dozens took on the mayor’s Christmas fun run.

Complaints against the police in Havering, Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham more than tripled in the three months that followed the borough’s merging in January, new statistics reveal.

The trust which runs Queen’s Hospital has been recognised by NHS England as a nationwide example of how end of life care should be administered.

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A 12-year-old student who helped raise more than £111,000 for Haven House Children’s Hospice has been recognised for her selfless work by the prime minister.

King George Hospital’s emergency department is no longer under threat of imminent closure after health bosses ordered an immediate review of the original decision.

Tesco Express stores across east London raised more than £2,500 for the Make A Wish foundation during a Halloween-themed fundraiser last month.

A glamorous fundraiser for a charity helping make terminally ill children’s dreams come true raised thousands of pounds on Sunday night.

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A group of veteran doctors at Redbridge’s hospital trust have urged bosses to deal with a host of behind-the-scenes issues they claim have left staff “isolated, intimidated and fearful”.

Police investigating the murder of a man beaten to death with baseball bats in Ilford High Road have made two further arrests.

A joint operation between Essex and Metropolitan Police saw 16 people arrested for numerous driving offences on the A13 on Friday.

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Redbridge residents have been reminded to make use of both of the accident and emergency departments serving the borough after heavy attendances at Queen’s Hospital.

A Redbridge care company offering home visits to vulnerable elderly residents has allegedly been struck by staff walkouts after a payment dispute.

Redbridge Council officers will meet with the owners of an historic cinema turned banqueting hall to discuss their concerns after the venue held a strip show at the weekend.

A London-wide campaign to improve recycling rates is urging Redbridge residents to have more than one bin in their homes.

Police are urgently appealing for information and witnesses after a 78-year-old man was killed in a hit and run car crash in South Woodford yesterday.

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Redbridge’s hospital trust is having its finances formally investigated by the NHS after it was forced to take out a £15m bail-out loan.

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A Seven Kings man has been jailed for almost seven years for his part in an Oyster card scam that cost Transport for London more than £370,000 in fraudulent refunds.

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There will be no TfL Rail services this weekend as engineers continue carrying out track and station improvement works to prepare the line for Crossrail.

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