August 21 2014 Latest news:
Controversial plans to move Woodford Green Library have been “put on the back burner” after opposition from residents.
A decision on the future of a controversial TOWIE-inspired restaurant backed by Premiership football stars will be made on Tuesday.
Islamic State (IS), the radical jihadist group making strong gains in Iraq and Syria, is not a threat to this country, according to a South Woodford imam.
A spate of van thefts could be linked to organised crime, police have revealed.
Dogs and their owners were put through their paces at a dog show and family fun day yesterday (Sun).
A teenager has bagged herself a place at Cambridge University after achieving four A*s.
Almost half of the pupils at Woodford County High School for Girls achieved straight A*s and As.
Students at Woodbridge High School have attained strong A-level results.
Two pupils at Bancroft’s School have been hailed for their “remarkable achivement” after being awarded 10 A*s between them.
A former private school teacher appeared in court via video link today after he was accused of grooming a teenage girl.
A school teacher charged with four counts of sexual offences with a teenage girl is due to appear in court this morning.
A 103-year-old Sikh runner is urging people from all faiths to join a peace marathon calling for an end to war.
An inspirational volunteer who helps children with learning disabilities has been nominated for our Young Citizen Award.
A hazard zone was set up around Princes Avenue, Woodford Green yesterday following the discovery of an ordnance shell.
A hazard zone was set up around Princes Avenue yesterday following the discovery of an ordnance shell.
A school teacher has been charged with four counts of sexual offences with a teenage girl after breaching bail conditions.
A 75-year-old hockey coach has been praised for his service to the sport in schools during an event at the Houses of Parliament.
A long-serving volunteer at a hospice has been rewarded with a medal for his hard work.
Budding stage stars have graced the West End in a mini season of performances of a “mega mix” musical in London.
A former Barnardo’s boy has rounded up a year of fundraising for the charity by presenting it with £1,300.
Residents and organisations are encouraged to help mark the First World War centenary.
Read our updates on disruption to roads and rail services.
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.
The Recorder has been keeping an eye on the exciting variety of activities that are keeping the children entertained this summer.
Police called for reinforcements from other boroughs on Friday as they were faced with an “exceptionally busy” period.
Redbridge’s new mayor has urged people to put forward their nominations for the Young Citizen Awards.
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