Sam Daniel is just 23 years old, but already his life has had more ups and downs than a rollercoaster.
Extra capacity on Central line services running through the borough is included within improvements to the capital’s transport network outlined in the Mayor of London’s draft business plan.
A unique piece of social history was displayed in the borough this week, for the first time ever.
Youngsters at one of the borough’s primary schools did their part to ensure no one goes hungry this Christmas.
More than 130 youngsters and scores of proud parents and teachers attended the Jack Petchey Foundation Achievement Awards last night,
A former senior police officer believes plans to merge three east London borough forces is down to funding and “nothing to do with greater productivity”.
More than 100 secondary school students from across the borough will be honoured at a dazzling ceremony tonight.
A political group hoping to represent the Bangladeshi community celebrated a star-studded launch last week.
On a cold dark December night 20 years ago, doorman Christopher Lombard arrived at work never to return home.
With the big clash coming up on Sunday, we look at those who have played for both teams and rank them accordingly
Daggers loanee had brief spell with Rebels last season
The club will meet with the British Speedway Promoters Association to discuss terms
Side boss has been impressed by teenage Daggers forward since joining on loan
Venue offering seasonal packages to keep golfers in the swing
Daggers coach hopes match against Worthing marks start of successful campaign
Archant’s Dave Evans, Ned Keating and Jacob Ranson discuss the latest topics affecting our clubs
Champions suffer first loss in two years
Motormen prepare to host Essex Senior League strugglers
He’s larger than life and the belle of the ball, can you guess who I’m talking about yet?
A mother-of-two is set to release her first children’s book at the end of National Anti-Bullying Week, letting youngsters know that it’s ok to be different.
A children’s author is hoping sales of her second poetry book will help fund much needed holidays for families with sick children.
Intrigue, romance and plenty of 1920s glamour are just some of the highlights of the Queen’s Theatre’s latest offering.
The performance of one of the borough’s most loved arts institutions is to be discussed by Redbridge Council tomorrow night.
There’s a big party heading into town and your name is on the guest list.
It might start in your head, but the act of reading can take you on a journey around the world and beyond.
Young bookworms can immerse themselves in magical worlds of dragons and giants – and enjoy a talk or two – at a festival making its debut.
With vocal chords well rested over summer, a 100-strong choir is set to rock it out with popular feel good songs.
See our stunning interactive timeline tracking the history of West Ham from the Boleyn Ground to the Olympic Stadium, featuring brilliant videos and pictures, and try our fiendish Hammers quizzes.
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