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The scene after fatal shooting in Ilford Lane. Picture: TWITTER BOY

I am more confident than ever we can save King George A&E

The Church is resurrecting and transforming, finding a new life

Oakfield playing fields. Picture: @SAVEOAKFIELD

The world wars cast the longest shadow over the 20th century, but it is a different conflict of the time which will be in the spotlight next week.

Purim contains a tremendous message of hope for everyone

Staff celebrate at the announcement that the health trust was out of special measures. Picture: CATHERINE DAVISON

Tommy Simpson shows importance of donor registers

I am very concerned and anxious about the state of our NHS

Close to 100 years ago, a landmark day in British history dawned. Years of protests, hunger strikes, prison spells, even war work, finally led to the moment thousands of women were waiting for, namely their entry into the political system.

The British Mark 1 Male tank was wrongly captioned in last week’s Recorder.

Staff celebrate ‘end of the beginning’ as positive report promises a better future. Picture CATHERINE DAVISON

Great news about health trust, now let’s save King George A&E

Islam teaches respect for each other irrespective of religion

We must celebrate great achievements of Redbridge women

Our term as MYPs has taken the youth council to new heights

The Friends of Wanstead Parkland were concerned about the reduced levels of the lakes in Wanstead Park last year.

Harmander Singh marathon runner and race director

World Book Day has a special place in many a child’s heart, offering them the opportunity to walk the corridors as their favourite fiction hero or villain, be that Willy Wonka, Bilbo Baggins, Peter Pan, or even Voldemort.

Hospital porter Aldren Tomlinson is delighted to be going back to work. Picture: KEN MEARS

BBC 1’s The One Show filmed at The Valentine. Picture: KEN MEARS

Danger lurks where promises are made and nothing happens

In Redbridge business rates will rise by 15 per cent on average

My coffee’s only worth 10p? I’m fighting back

With World Book Day fast approaching, test your knowledge of some of the globe’s most beloved children’s books.

God is Love. The truth is that we are all loved, every day, by God

TfL must deal with ‘shrieking’ rail noise once and for all

Editor’s Comment: Lindsay Jones

Saturday, February 18, 2017

When cows wandered in Wanstead Picture: KEN MEARS

Each year, hordes of Willy Wonkas, Mad Hatters, Gruffalos and Harry Potters walk the nation’s classrooms for the ultimate celebration of literature – World Book Day.

Government won’t make economy a priority in negotiations

Things not going well? Take heart from New England Patriots

Redbridge Council is planning to build a swimming pool in Wanstead

Surprised mayor did not wear gown

I find no contradictions between British and Islamic values

Take part and vote for your next Member of Youth Parliament

After her mother was diagnosed with cancer, Rachael Featherstone quit her job to spend time with her and started writing. She tells Ellena Cruse about her debut novel and the death of her mum.

Three weeks ago I visited Yad Vashem, the memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Israel.

It seems crazy that three weeks of a new year have passed already. And then I think that we are three weeks from Valentine’s Day.

I was delighted to learn that new takeaways will be banned within 400m of schools, writes Cllr Barbara White, Goodmayes.

Christmas quiz

Monday, December 26, 2016

Remember those pantomimes you’ve been to as a child or taken your own children to?

Members of the community tucked into a Christmas lunch with all the trimmings last week, in what has become a thriving social hub.

You know it’s Christmas when you turn on the TV to see James Stewart running through the snow or see a cartoon snowman flying through the air.

T’was the week before Christmas, and all through the borough, one group planned a giveaway unlike any other.

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