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Notorious Ilford hate preacher Anjem Choudary has lost a bid to challenge his conviction for drumming up support for Islamic State (IS).

The Met has released a warning for Londoners to guard against targeted jewellery and gold robberies.

Football mad youngsters at Snaresbrook Primary School were delighted by a visit from the official Premier League trophy yesterday.

The seat of Ilford South will be preserved in the latest Boundary Commission proposals, and the area of Wanstead will be moved to Ilford North.

The latest recommondations by the Boundary Commission will be revealed today, which could force Ilford South MP Mike Gapes out of his seat.

A senior police officer has said it is “not practical” for officers to investigate crimes such as shoplifting and criminal damage as his force bids to save £400 million.

A march and rally is being held tomorrow to protest the closure of King George Hospital’s A&E.

What sport significantly improves physical and mental health, saves the NHS millions and is available for people to do every day?

Twice as many children were permanently excluded from Redbridge schools in the last full academic year, than in each of the two years prior.

Police have arrested two men in Chadwell Heath after searches discovered drugs believed to be MDMA, cocaine and herbal cannabis, as well as a sawn off shotgun.

Residents have raised concern after a man claiming to cure black magic curses, impotency and infertility with spiritual healing has been advertising services in Hainault.

A sitting Labour councillor has been blocked from standing in next year’s council elections by Redbridge Momentum members, it has been claimed.

The vast majority of hospice care takes place in the community – at homes and day centres – rather than in the hospice.

Police arrested 12 people in Ilford town centre over the weekend, and issued another 20 dispersal notices as part of a proactive operation.

A retired Harrods salesman is fundraising for charity by selling jigsaws he made while spending time with his wife after her cancer diagnosis.

A 46-year-old man, accused of torching a Ferrari parked in a drive in Emerson Park, is due in court.

As regeneration sweeps Ilford, The Exchange Shopping Centre is calling on residents to share photos of what they most love about the town.

Ilford has a multitude of eateries, but this novel addition will surely evoke your culinary curiosity.

The East Area Command Unit (EACU) will be one of the first London police forces to use iPads and iPhones to record information from crime scenes.

Concerns have been raised over an “increasing number of serious incidents” at Redbridge’s NHS trust due to missed or delayed diagnoses for cancer.

“Where are all the girls” were the words on everyone’s lips along Ilford Lane on Friday night. The police, probably the punters and even the prostitutes.

Redbridge’s highest ranked police officer has admitted response times have not been good enough since the tri-borough merger, but believes the force have now corrected the structural errors.

Police have captured a wanted man by ramming his car as he drove the wrong way down the Ilford flyover, after a high speed chase down the M11 and A406.

Police have used dogs to restrain huge crowds in Ilford which had built up to see YouTube star Adam Saleh, onlookers have claimed.

Natasha Argent, Arg’s sister from Towie, is starting half term tennis camps in Woodford Green, to help get children fit and active.

There are severe delays on TfL Rail due to a broken down train at Chadwell Heath.

The family of 17-month-old Annabelle, who last Christmas was diagnosed with a severe degenerative spinal condition, are fundraising for a hydropool as she makes a “miracle” recovery.

An Ilford man has been jailed for four years for defrauding four people out of more than £550,000 in a bogus lottery scam.

A Clayhall school held a special assembly to celebrate the United Nations’ International Peace Day.

The family run Wanstead pub The Nightingale has closed after 30 years, with owner Noel McMahon citing “health reasons” for the decision.

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