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Yesterday, 12:00

Being an active member in my community, the look and feel of my streets are really important to me and so when I was offered the chance to represent the views of young people on the commission panel for the Streets Commission taking place in Redbridge, I was delighted and eager to take part.

Fri, 17:32

The cladding at the Orchard Estate is to be “upgraded as a matter of urgency”, even though tests show it is different to Grenfell Tower’s.

How are you coping with the heatwave? Or, as they call it in other countries, summer.

Fri, 14:47

Shakespeare’s plays are considered to be among the greatest of all time and have been performed at the most prestigious theatres in the world.

Fri, 11:48

Cuts to education, the growing problem of rats and threat of King George Hospital’s A&E closing were discussed at Redbridge Council last night.

Fri, 07:00

“The whole philosophy is about ability not disability. Kids come over the threshold and leave their disabilities at the front door.”

Thu, 18:55

After more than ten years in the making, today passengers stepped onto the state of the art Elizabeth line trains for the first time.

Thu, 16:45

The family of a former chairman of the Friends of Valentines Mansion has handed over some beautiful antiques he left to the iconic building.

Thu, 16:35

Scores of residents’ met last weekend for Redbridge’s own Great Get Together event on Sunday.

Sport

Yesterday, 19:27

England 0 Netherlands 2

Yesterday, 15:00

Amir joins current Division One leaders until the end of the season and will make his debut against Middlesex on Monday

Yesterday, 12:00

With one last shot at glory, Martin is hoping for one final Group One winner

Yesterday, 11:30

Riza informed of decision during meeting with director of football Martin Ling and interim CEO Marshall Taylor

Yesterday, 10:30

Experienced former manager believes his past experiences in football mean his new job at O’s is perfect

Yesterday, 09:50

One week to go until July 2 event in Olympic Park

Fri, 17:30

Defending champions visit Division One leaders

Fri, 17:00

Harrow Lodge Park captain expecting plenty of runs at Valentines Park, but keen for team to make it three wins in a row

Fri, 16:13

Lakeside Hammers Zach Wajtknecht has been flying of late and that’s also how he’ll be getting to Sunday’s home meeting against the Isle of Wight (3pm).

Entertainment

Fri, 14:47

Shakespeare’s plays are considered to be among the greatest of all time and have been performed at the most prestigious theatres in the world.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Not many of us can claim to have been savvy businessmen at the age of 15, and even fewer of us can claim to have created a moral enterprise at such a young age.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Beautiful ballet interpretations from a classic Shakespearean love story, Dracula and The Nutcracker will be performed in one show coming to Ilford next month.

Saturday, June 3, 2017

A tornado of colour will be taking over a stage, inviting theatre-goers to be swept away with a Bollywood-styled romantic comedy.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A playground for big kids, tune chasers and beat boppers – We Are FSTVL in Upminster went off with a colourful bang over the bank holiday weekend.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Sandyman is a popular musician in the Asian community and has performed for Sir Paul McCartney and been invited to Buckingham Palace. You would think that one of these moments would be the highlight of the 33-year-old’s career but it is his upcoming performance with The Bootleg Beatles and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra that Sandyman, real name Sandip Chakravarty, sees as the “turning point” in his career.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

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

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Young fantasy fans will find adventure aplenty in the debut of a Clayhall-born writer.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

With sculpted hair, twinkling blue eyes, and shiny patent shoes, if it wasn’t 2017 you could be mistaken for thinking you were watching the real Frank Sinatra. Ellena Cruse finds out about Frankly Sinatra – a tribute show coming to the borough.

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