A one-woman show appearing at the Kenneth More Theatre next weekend reveals the life of an intriguing mistress of disguise.

Redbridge Council has accepted the criticisms and apologised to the family.

A Ilford man accused of murder confessed to his friend that “serious criminals” were driving the car he hired on the night of a fatal shooting, a court heard today.

Eyewitnesses have described the terrifying moment that a fatal shooting unfolded in a quiet residential street in Ilford.

An academy in Ilford celebrated the opening of its new sixth form centre on Monday.

A Gants Hill resident has been left distraught after the council accidentally dumped his pet cat in a landfill site.

Pupils at John Bramston Primary School in Hainault will soon be queuing for a journey into the world of literature thanks to a kindhearted donation.

Three men have gone on trial charged with the murder of Abdifatah “Abdi” Sheikhey who was shot dead in Ilford in March.

The trial of three men charged with murder over the shooting of Abdifatah “Abdi” Sheikhey, 19 in Ilford Lane, will start on Monday.

The battle to save the popular pitches at Oakfields Playing Fields has drawn to an end as planning inspectors sided with campaigners.

A social enterprise is hoping to offer residents the opportunity to access skills, training and qualifications within the hospitality and catering sector.

A teenager who achieved outstanding A-level results despite undergoing two major operations – including a kidney transplant is our Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Club Young Citizen Award monthly winner for August.

A Seven Kings gardener got in touch with the Recorder to share his bloomin’ great sunflowers this week.

A fiery meeting about the future of policing in Redbridge saw residents and councillors unite against proposals to sell two police stations.

A woman from Ilford who is passionate about special needs has spent the last two years raising money for disabled children in Mumbai

For the first time in many years, the heavens didn’t open as faithful followers got together for the annual interfaith walk around the borough.

A young man from Newbury Park is feeling the autumn chill after shaving off his afro for a good cause.

An annual community Eid fair designed to help those in need was a total success, according to its organiser.

A former pilot who once lost her faith but is now training to be a Deacon has thanked a congregation in Barkingside for supporting her on her studies.

Political leaders in Redbridge have urged Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to reverse the controversial proposals to close A&E at King George Hospital.

Working in the emergency services requires unswerving dedication, bravery and a relentless energy to never give up.

A man in his 60s was rushed to hospital this morning following a collision with a car on the A406 in Ilford.

Have you say on the future of policing in Redbridge.

The register office where generations of babies were registered as Redbridge residents is set to move next month.

For the first time, more than half of people in the UK do not identify as religious, according to the British Social Attitudes survey.

The borough’s hospital trust is facing criticism over a proposal to transfer its sterilisation unit 40 miles away.

A park was filled with fun and laughter this weekend as hundreds of people turned out to celebrate Eid al-Adha.

A young trumpeter who has wowed crowds at top concert halls is celebrating after she also struck the right note in her exams.

Teenage girls spoke candidly about their fears and struggles in an event on Saturday designed to empower them to become successful young women.

Whilst most teenagers will find taking their exams stressful, not many will have faced as many hurdles as Shimal Devapura.

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