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Police have released CCTV after a man was punched in the face on the Central line between South Woodford and Woodford.
Campaign group People’s NHS held a rally in George Lane, South Woodford, on Saturday.
A controversial community centre refused planning permission has now been given the green light after inspectors overturned the decision.
An unannounced health watchdog inspection found a Woodford Green nursing home had breached safety and nutritional regulations.
A thief posing as an employee at a barbers stole a man’s necklace and walked out half way through giving him a shave.
A conservation panel advising on planning applications has been scrapped following a heated debate at the town hall last night.
A heated debate is expected to take place tonight over plans to scrap a conservation panel which advises on planning applications.
Families were spoilt for choice at the weekend as Redbridge’s run of summer festivals continued.
A palatial manor looms over a wooded landscape, its elegance reflected in the sparkling lake below.
“Thousands” of Muslims prayed in a park to mark the start of Eid celebrations in the borough.
The Met Police is investigating after a woman was raped at an address in Woodford Green on Wednesday.
Councillors clashed in a heated evening of debate over how to solve the burgeoning housing shortage in Redbridge last night (Thursday).
The owner of a former post office has said he will not clean up the mess left after all-night ravers trashed the property.
Former pupils of a school returned to the classroom to inspire a new generation of young people.
Glamorous star Rochelle Humes has become the first female celebrity ambassador for Haven House Chidren’s Hospice.
Police are appealing for information after a boy was hit on the head with a piece of masonry.
A nursery has fully reopened today after being forced to close for a week due to flooding.
The partner of a man who died from internal bleeding after failings at Whipps Cross Hospital is taking legal action against the trust which runs it.
Talented young artists celebrated the end of their exams with an exhibition showcasing their creativity.
A rabbi believes a higher power was at work when he chose to board the neighbouring carriage to one that was bombed during the 7/7 attacks.
The popular M&S cafe in High Road, Ilford, is set to close this month, yet its replacement in The Exchange Shopping Centre is still unknown.
A former economics lecturer, from South Woodford, who drove into a policeman during a botched getaway has been jailed for 16 months.
Sportsmen have paid tribute to former members of their team who were killed in warfare.
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