A fashion student set on challenging perceptions of her area has been crowned beauty queen at a pageant.
Details about a proposed third public swimming pool in Redbridge have been released.
Ilford’s first ever Christmas Festival will take place on Tuesday.
It’s not every day a visit to a housing development turns into a new job – but that’s what happened to one 26-year-old from South Woodford.
A marketing professional with a terrible track record in the kitchen has been named one of the most hopeless cooks in Britain.
The stars of Barkingside’s Make Believe performing arts company took part in their Christmas pantomime last week.
The Ilford Palais nightclub, the Ilford Hippodrome and Fairchilds department store were all famous landmarks in the borough which have now been resigned to history.
Christmas fever officially came to Barkingside last night at the switch-on for the festive lights.
The world has stood united in sorrow and horror since the Peshawar school attack, which saw more than 100 children murdered by the Pakistani Taliban.
A grandmother who was held up at gunpoint in her jewellery shop by two men dressed as couriers has said she “won’t let them win”.
A post office manager who stole almost £100,000 and gambled most of it away on a betting website has had his sentencing deferred while he pays £10,000 back.
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 26-year-old woman in Goodmayes last week.
A patients’ watchdog has renewed calls for the planned closure of Wanstead Hospital to be referred to the Health Secretary after proposals were agreed by commissioners last week.
Plans to close Wanstead Hospital have been given the go-ahead by health commissioners despite a 5,000 signature petition against the proposal.
Coughs, colds and bruises are among reasons parents in Redbridge inappropriately rush their babies to A&E, according to health bosses.
Woes for housing tenants can be anything from plumbing troubles, to a lack of heating and hot water.
“I thought there had been a murder,” said one resident when met with a street full of police and council officers.
The secretary of state for communities Eric Pickles has agreed to review any plans to build on green belt land in Redbridge.
Funding cuts to councils will have an impact on frontline services, the deputy leader of Redbridge Council has warned.
A £600,000 project to transform a library and provide a new gym has been completed – with the new facility set to open in January.
Their pages are filled with stories about Lionel Messi, astronauts and exotic sea creatures.
School children got up close and personal with birds of prey.
Fans of the historic Cauliflower pub have rallied behind its owners after the opening was delayed.
Discover more about the borough’s connections to the Great War through a new attraction.
The community took a moment to pause today and remember all those who have served our country.
After a bin lorry lost control in the heart of Glasgow today, Police Scotland have confirmed six people have died.
‘Fromage’ kicks immigrants off the White Cliffs of Dover in the Ukik phone app.
The world seems to agree: no matter how tasteless this new film, censoring freedom of speech with cyber threats is probably worse.
Seven people have also been injured in the crash which has been declared a “major incident”.