July 30 2014 Latest news:
Landlines prove to be more customer-friendly than mobile numbers according to a physiological business experiment on a beauty salon.
A Woodford Green woman is taking on her hardest challenge yet as she attempts to be the fifth woman ever to complete a gruelling 300 mile continuous triathlon.
A library earmarked for relocation is a victim of the “abolishment of the voice of local democracy” brought about by the axing of area committees, according to a councillor.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of burglary.
More than £9,000 has been raised at a fun day hosted by The Guide Dog Training school in Woodford Green.
A group of hospice workers raised nearly £2,000 for children with life-limiting illnesses by tackling a race on Sunday.
A new £600,000 development to bring a new gym and refurbished library to South Woodford has been hailed as a “really good start” by the new deputy leader of the council.
The arrival of a Marbella nightspot offering food and entertainment in Woodford Green has divided opinion among neighbours.
Theatre in the borough will continue to flourish thanks to a grant of almost £390,000.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith toasted the latest landlords of a pub that now flourishes where it once struggled.
Residents on a notorious South Woodford estate blighted by anti-social behaviour have welcomed the installation of two CCTV cameras after months of campaigning.
Footage has emerged showing the dramatic moments several cyclists crashed as the Tour de France pelted down Woodford New Road yesterday afternoon.
A hospice has received a donation of more than £3,000 to go towards caring for children with life-limiting illnesses.
A sporty school held their annual summer spectacular show while receiving a shield from the mayor for coming out on top in a borough-wide games competition.
It was over in seconds - but spectators came out in their droves today for the Tour de France’s once-in-a-lifetime dash through Woodford Green.
A spectator was involved in another crash in this year’s Tour de France as the cyclists entered London today.
Bicycle ballet, Mad Hatter tea parties and Morris Men were just some of the attractions at this year’s Fairlop Fair.
Anticipation is growing in Woodford Green as the leafy suburb prepares to welcome the Tour de France to London.
If you see a man clad in yellow lycra zip past you in Woodford Green today, don’t be alarmed.
It seems apt that as the World Cup reaches its finale a headteacher has revealed he wants his pupils to focus “like a football team before they play”.
It’s been five decades since the Kray twins’ rise to celebrity – and infamy.
An action-packed attraction full of fun for all the family returns today.
Workers from a children’s hospice will take on a running challenge to raise money for it.
Such sights Redbridge has never seen: in three days’ time, world-class cyclists clad in lycra will spend 10 minutes whizzing through the borough, and we’re keen to hear from you.
The imam at South Woodford Mosque has accused councillors of worrying about votes after their decision to reject redevelopment plans for the second time in seven months this week.
The spectacle of a coaching session with a former Premier League footballer was almost too good to be true for this group of schoolchildren.
The latest planning application for the redevelopment of the South Woodford Community Centre Mosque has been rejected after only one councillor voted in favour of the plans.
A man set off on his cycle to launch a thousand mile challenge to raise money for his son’s hospice.
A Marbella nightspot that has featured in hit TV show The Only Way is Essex is set to “invade” Woodford Green.
A Sudanese teenager was found clinging on to the underside of a coach packed with Ilford schoolchildren returning from a trip to France.
A firefighter who was hospitalised with dehydration following a huge flat fire in Gants Hill has received a four-figure payout following a three-year battle.
An action-packed attraction full of fun for all the family is returning to the borough on Saturday.
The First World War has had the Kenneth More Theatre treatment this weekend with two productions focusing on the conflict.
A geography teacher accused of attempting to take pictures of a colleague on the toilet was only in the women’s restroom because he was having a panic attack, a court heard.
Redbridge’s new mayor has urged people to put forward their nominations for the Young Citizen Awards.
Grand Union Brixton have teamed up with Rekorderlig to host the #SpiritofSummer between Thursday 7th and Sunday 10th August.