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Haven House Children’s Hospice in Woodford Green will undergo at least 12 weeks of refurbishment early next year thanks to backing from a number of generous supporters.

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were forced to defend their records as they faced a live TV grilling from a studio audience and presenter Jeremy Paxman.

A student who promotes sport and outdoor activities at Redbridge College has been nominated for the Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award.

A trucker who caused a smash that killed a student after switching lanes without checking his mirrors pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving today.

A teenager who missed 18 months of school after being bullied has been using her experience to inspire other youngsters through public speaking.

Move out of the way Jamie Oliver – there’s a new chef in town promoting healthy eating in the form of this week’s Redbridge/Rotary Club Young Citizen Award nominee.

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

It would be “irresponsible folly” for the next Government not to renew Trident, a group of former defence and security chiefs have warned.

David Cameron is launching the Conservatives’ first English manifesto, with a promise of changes to ensure that English MPs have the final say on income tax rates in England.

Labour is accusing the Conservatives of planning the biggest spending cuts in any of the world’s advanced economies as the parties again prepare to trade blows on the economy.

Millions of teachers, nurses, police officers and other public sector workers will be spared further pay cuts under Liberal Democrat plans set out by Nick Clegg as he promised there was “light at the end of the tunnel” after years of austerity.

“One of the predominant concerns residents raised with us Redbridge councillors is burglary.

Performing primary pupils presented a cheque for £329 to a retirement home last week.

Disabled people are being urged to apply for sports wheelchairs so they have a sporting chance of living an active lifestyle.

Probation workers in Redbridge are set to strike at noon on Tuesday in a continuing row over government plans to privatise the probation service.

A major planning application which will see a Jewish charity temporarily move to make way for an eight-storey mixed use redevelopment has been approved.

Thieves stole hundreds of pounds worth of machinery on Tuesday night from a Hainault allotment.

Redbridge is preparing for an array of illuminations to light up the borough as Diwali celebrations begin next week.

Hindus, Jains and Sikhs will join together for the five-day festival, which begins on November 2 in the UK.

An Ilford charity chief has welcomed the scrapping of the government’s controversial “Go Home” immigration vans.

Redbridge Council will meet today to discuss the possibility of limiting betting shops in the borough.

A school has announced it is partnering up with a Redbridge charity for terminally ill children.

A newly formed community will live on the site of a historic former Hainault factory, under ambitious redevelopment plans.

Precise details of the proposals will not be unveiled until a public meeting next week.

Redbridge Muslims marked the festival of Eid Al Adha with special services this morning across the borough.

Aspiring crime fighters in Redbridge are being invited to join two junior police units especially for children aged 10 to 13 this month.

Ilford shoppers could start to pay just “30p for 30 minutes” parking across the borough, according to one Lib Dem cabinet member.

A Muslim leader in Ilford has defended the right of those from different faiths to work in Islamic schools in the UK.

An Hainault headteacher has praised the efforts of both his staff and his students for turning around his school’s reputation.

A celebration of being active and elderly takes place in Redbridge this week to highlight the achievements of the older generation.

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