A coroner has apologised to the heartbroken parents of a five-year-old girl who died in her father’s arms, for their two-year wait to find out if she could have been saved by doctors.
Tributes have been paid to a Hornchurch pilot tragically killed alongside his colleague when their plane crashed into a field and burst into flames.
Teachers from India visiting an Ilford school this week as part of an exchange project gave pupils an insight into the day in the life of their students.
A 16-year-old girl went missing on October 1.
Vandalism of Winston Churchill’s statue has been branded “an insult to the man who saved us from the Second World War”.
A cabinet member has revealed that Redbridge Council will suggest families in temporary accommodation move out of the borough to find long term housing.
Children as young as 13 are being banned from driving, despite being four years too young to legally hold a licence.
A 24-year-old could be on his way to infinity and beyond after reaching the final three of a unique competition.
A multi-sports scheme to get Redbridge residents active has been awarded more than £150,000 by Sport England.
Healthcare bosses have confirmed that a hospital will finally close its doors by April – more than a year after the plan was announced.
Government data has shown more than 8,000 girls have reported adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. Investigations journalist Emma Youle and reporter Hayley Anderson ask whether parents should be worried.
The word “robot” conjures up images of futuristic technology and perhaps even the odd disaster film.
The colours of the season shone bright at a community allotment fun day.
A man frustrated by fly-tipping is calling for change after he photographed a “disgusting” scene near his home.
New pictures of the “horrible” animal head – found metres away from where children play – have been released.
Zac Goldmsmith has been chosen as the Conservative Party candidate for the 2016 London Mayoral elections.
Ilford MPs, Wes Streeting and Mike Gapes, have signed a letter to the Prime Minister urging him to expand the country’s largest airport.
It is 5pm on a Monday evening and about 30 enthusiastic young people gather in a room at Redbridge Council.
While most students spent their summers relaxing, twenty-three pupils from West Hatch High School, High Road, recently returned from volunteering in Kenya and Tanzania.
Vandals have poured orange and pink paint over Winston Churchill’s statue in Woodford Green.
A writer inspired by his ancestors’ history calls for people to share their heritage during black history month and believes Redbridge can become a model for different communities to live together.
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