Three Redbridge children’s centres are among a select number to be judged as ‘outstanding’ in the most recent OFSTED inspection.
A black cab driver has been jailed for 10 years after sexually assaulting two women who both fell asleep in his cab.
Flames 25 ft high could be seen tearing through the outhouse of a kebab shop in South Woodford on Saturday night.
The latest news from Redbridge’s clubs and societies.
The leader of Redbridge council has dismissed concerns over the future of the borough’s grammar schools if a Labour government is elected next month.
Spring might be around the corner but for homeless dogs there is always a chill in the air.
With six weeks left until polling day, the Recorder is launching its coverage of the general election – and we want you to get involved.
A man has been taken to hospital after his car flipped over in a street.
Shovels, brooms and bin bags were at the ready as volunteers cleaned a park.
Police were called to two small fires at the Citygate House apartment block, in Eastern Avenue, Gants Hill, at 5.40pm.
Russell Brand has joined a campaign to save a rehab centre set up by a mother and daughter after addiction destroyed their family.
A care company providing support to more than 170 vulnerable people is “not safe”, according to a report which has rated it “inadequate”.
A former journalist is set to explore east London’s criminal underworld during the Blitz.
They’ve been entertaining classical music fans for the past five decades.
A headteacher whose past efforts in turning around a failing school were noted by David Cameron is taking charge of King Solomon High School.
A developer’s appeal over rejected plans to build a block of flats opposite a school has been rejected following a campaign by residents.
A nine-year-old who took to fundraising following the death of her big sister was named our Young Citizen 2014 winner at the Mayor’s Community Awards.
Redbridge’s best and brightest turned out in their glad rags on Monday for the annual Mayor’s Community Awards at the town hall.
Tea and dancing were on the menu yesterday (Monday) at a Redbridge care centre to celebrate 25 years of Jewish Care.
A charity which held a special lunch with a celebrity guest to raise money for multiple sclerosis has raised £1,450.
A “drugs to order” gang has been jailed for a total of 33 years.
Footage captured by an eye witness shows flames billowing out of an apartment window above the Discount Tile Centre in Eastern Avenue, near Newbury Park station.
A cross-party panel is reviewing services such as sport, music and libraries.
A school has fully reopened after it had to close when bacteria was found in its water supply.
We’ve teamed up with adidas Originals to give away four iPhone 5/5s cases.
Easter is a time for reflection, thanks and celebration, and what better way could there be to spend the holiday than treating yourself to good company and great food?