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Summer is well and truly here and Redbridge’s residents are experiencing “heatwave” conditions as scorching temperatures continue to rise.
Speed restrictions on trains due to hot weather will not affect services through Redbridge, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.
Michael Raviraj, 30, of West Drayton, Hillingdon, was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment on Monday at Snaresbrook Crown Court.
A charity football tournament is due to launch in honour of a teenager who died after battling cancer.
Cllr Dev Sharma (Lab, Newbury) confirmed that negotiations to provide swimming pools for the public in two Redbridge schools were “very well advanced”.
Floral arrangements inspired by the theme two-of-a-kind filled St Peter’s Church in Aldborough Hatch this weekend as it hosted its annual flower show.
With temperatures expected to reach 31C this week it’s time to dig out your sun hats.
Children at Highlands Primary School, Ilford, celebrated London with a carnival dedicated to the capital last week.
Children had their faces painted and took part in games as a paralympian dropped by at a school fun day.
A drink-driver has written an incredible letter to police praising the officer who arrested him, saying the Pc helped him turn his life around.
Police patrols have been stepped up in the area around Balfour Road, Ilford, where a fight involving up to 20 people erupted last Friday morning.
A senior officer has responded to criticism after it emerged police waited inside their vehicles after they were called to reports of gunfire outside a nightclub.
Around 100 people crammed into the VHP Hindu Centre, in Albert Road, Ilford, on Sunday for a free session to celebrate World Yoga Day.
Parents and pupils got their running shoes on and rounded off an academic year at a sports day on Tuesday.
Ron Jeffries has been in protracted communication with Redbridge Council over the untidy condition of some of the gardens near his home in Spearpoint Gardens, Aldborough Road North, Aldborough Hatch.
Drivers who block up residential streets near schools will be clamped down on in a proposed scheme.
An army of spiritual volunteers have cleared more than 11 tonnes of rubbish dumped in an alleyway.
The 13th annual Redbridge Midsummer Music Festival takes place today and tomorrow in Barkingside and Ilford.
A local forum will be taking place tonight at William Torbitt Primary School, Eastern Avenue, Gants Hill.
The mayor of London has announced a new housing zone in Ilford, which aims to provide more than 2000 new homes, including 500 affordable houses, by 2021.
A headteacher from Clayhall has been named the Times Education Supplement’s (TES) Headteacher of the Year.
A group of children decided to put a hobby they were passionate about to good use and raise money while they were doing it.
A £100 prize draw, regular meetings, fines and less time off sick are some of the methods being used to improve attendance at one primary school.
Crowds filled the streets of Ilford on Sunday to watch veterans, soldiers and cadets taking part in a parade to mark Armed Forces Day.
A silence descended on the world 70 years ago, as the deadliest war to ever ravage our streets came to an end.
An Internet-savvy pensioner’s work to trace her childhood chums has paid off.
A very special guest visited the children at a school in Woodford Green last week.
Good times with Greenall’s, a Great British gin sponsors Great British racing.
Summer is finally here, and what is the number one holiday location in the UK during the warmer months? Cornwall, of course!