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The organisers of We Are FSTVL has reassured festival goers that they will update their security plans “where necessary” in response to last night’s bomb attack in Manchester.

Morgan and West’s shows are unlike anything else you’ll find going on the magic circuit.

As Whipps Cross Hospital continues to recover from Friday’s cyber attacks fears have been raised that staff could leave unless improvements are made to the service.

The former vice-chairman of Arsenal FC popped into a secondary school on Monday to talk to students about the importance of hard work and dedication.

A wartime ambulance driver was joined by her family and friends as she celebrated her 100th birthday last week with a traditional tea party.

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An artistic pensioner has raised £300 for Saint Francis Hospice by selling her creations to friends, family, doctors and nurses.

Francisco Alexander isn’t like most artists.

A group of tiny dancers met the Mayor of Redbridge yesterday and received an award for winning their category in a talent show last month.

Expect delays on the A406 North Circular Road due do an ongoing blaze in a scrap yard which broke out this morning.

Sikhs and Hindus from Redbridge have been celebrating the historical and religious festival of Vaisakhi this week.

A number of humanitarian groups will take part in a peace rally in Downing Street tomorrow to honour the memory of Pc Keith Palmer who was killed in the Westminster attack.

As we approach the end of April a familiar sight returns to the borough as Wanstead Park’s Chalet Wood once again becomes awash with flowering bluebells.

Easter is the most important date in the Christian calender and hundreds of worshippers in Redbridge have been displaying their commitment to Christ over the weekend.

The Kenneth More Theatre (KMT) first opened in 1975 and has continually provided the community with a local hub for the arts.

All lanes on the A406 northbound near the Ilford Flyover have been closed due to a broken down lorry.

Members of a local diabetes group have raised more than £6,000 for charity through several different events and activities.

A councillor has said she is worried about her family’s health after it was revealed that eight nurseries in Redbridge are within 150metres of roads that break the legal pollution limit.

A man had to be air lifted to hospital on Saturday following an accident involving a motorbike near Gants Hill roundabout.

Barkingside has long been a great place to enjoy a nice lunch at a cafe, but there has traditionally been a lack of diversity when it comes to restaurants.

Members of a Ilford Athletic Club (AC) have been paying tribute to their former president Howard Williams who passed away last week.

A group of police officers took part in the Mayor’s Annual Family Fun Run yesterday in memory of Pc Keith Palmer who was killed in the Westminster terror attack.

The Mayor of Redbridge has been celebrating the “wonderful” success of yesterday’s first annual family 5k fun run in Ilford Town Centre.

A group of excited schoolchildren and charity volunteers helped open a new supermarket store.

The first Mayor’s Annual Family Fun Run, which is sponsored by the Ilford Recorder, kicks off tomorrow morning and you won’t want to miss out on all the great activities taking place throughout the day.

Plans to redevelop a three-storey block of flats into a six-storey tower has angered and divided councillors and residents in equal measure.

A group of anti-war protesters have been holding an exhibition highlighting their role in opposing the 2003 invasion of Iraq as part of Women’s History Month.

There are only three days to go until the Mayor’s Annual Family Fun Run so if you haven’t booked a place yet now is the time to do it.

A former alcoholic is helping vulnerable and homeless people to turn their lives around by offering free haircuts to boost their self esteem.

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