The noise of a 30-year-old man being shot in a quiet street sounded like a “fireworks” going off, according to a resident.
Barkingside High Street, Mossford Green and Tanners Lane have been reopened after a police investigation into a “suspicious” item, according to Transport for London (TfL).
Two men have been handed hefty fines following fly-tipping investigations.
The chairman of a business group has called raids cracking down on illegal workers “degrading”.
A police officer and Army Reserve soldier from Chigwell has appeared in court after military bullets were found in his bedroom.
A court heard today how a building site supervisor’s “complete indifference” to a 16 year old apprentice’s “well being” may have caused him to fatally fall on a building site.
A man has admitted stealing vodka from a Goodmayes supermarket after his wife confiscated his wallet and bank cards.
A pensioner who was “left for dead” following a burglary has no recollection of her ordeal.
An outreach worker has called on the police to protect Ilford Lane’s prostitutes after police claimed the women had “chosen” to continue selling sex.
An 83-year-old who suffered horrific injuries is still recovering in hospital after her Gants Hill home was burgled.
A university student has been jailed for a total of 15 years for raping and robbing prostitutes.
A debate has broken out over the effect of large schools on education standards as Redbridge Council continues its school expansion programme.
A partially sighted severely autistic woman who died less than 24 hours after being admitted to A&E was “neglected” by medical professionals, an inquest has heard.
Prostitution, gangs, missing children and cuts to funding were just some of the issues raised at Redbridge Police’s Ask Me event last night (Monday).
The level of public’s confidence in the borough’s police force is one of the lowest across the capital.
A new project has been set up to help 50 people find employment.
A headteacher whose past efforts in turning around a failing school were noted by David Cameron is taking charge of King Solomon High School.
London’s deputy mayor Stephen Greenhalgh wasted no time at all in throwing his weight behind the Save Oakfield Site campaign on his visit to Redbridge.
A garage owner has been jailed for 19 years for plotting to smuggle 230 kilos of heroin into Britain in a specially-adapted Jaguar car, police said.
A children’s charity has spoken out over the “appalling abuse” suffered by little Ayesha Ali after her mother and her partner were convicted of killing the eight-year-old.
A couple has been jailed for a total of 12 years after admitting to a string of burglaries in the South East.
The mum found guilty of the manslaughter of her eight-year-old daughter along with her lover has been sentenced to 13 years in jail.
A “drugs to order” gang has been jailed for a total of 33 years.
A partially sighted severely autistic woman died after collapsing in a care home following a period of vomiting and diarrhoea, an inquest heard.
Investigators took months to unravel the bizarre web of lies and network of fictional characters created by Kiki Muddar to control Polly Chowdhury in the lead-up to Ayesha Ali’s tragic death.
Monarch, easyJet, Virgin Atlantic and Thomas Cook have changed their policies following the fatal crash.
The Germanwings co-pilot who deliberately killed 149 passengers ‘had depression’.
One in 20 students are working in the sex industry to pay their way through university, according to new research.