Residents have reacted with anger and disappointment at the announcement that NatWest bank in Seven Kings is to close.
A traumatised teenager has spoken of her “bloody” ordeal after she and her dog were attacked in a park.
Iain Duncan Smith MP has wasted no time in getting involved in community issues by meeting with campaigners fighting to repair a playground after his reelection.
A Sikh motorcycle group were given “a warm welcome” by thousands of other bikers at a special ride to commemorate Lee Rigby’s death on Friday.
Former Arsenal footballer Ray Parlour entertained guests with stories from his 400-plus league game career at a fundraiser for a care home last week.
Each year unused prescriptions cost the NHS in Redbridge around £1 million.
Thirteen arrests have been made in connection with a year-long investigation into a suspected international fraud scam.
Ilford Lane was shut for seven hours after a crash on Sunday which left one man suffering serious injuries.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist died following a crash on Sunday.
A group of volunteers which maintains a park has said it feels targeted by petty criminals after four bird feeders went missing overnight.
A hi-tech breast care centre has opened at King George Hospital – treating its first patient this week.
An Ilford care home company has been told it ‘requires improvement’ by a social care watchdog.
Almost a quarter of children who died in Redbridge last year had parents who were blood relations, a report has revealed.
Redbridge is the third worst borough in London at meeting housing targets, according to a new report.
A suspected brothel has been shut down by police after complaints from residents.
A girl from Oaks Park High School has donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust charity, after growing it for three years.
Train services from Shenfield to London Liverpool Street will be run by TfL from May 31.
Wondering how to fill half-term? Here’s a round-up of some of the events taking place in Redbridge this week.
Youngsters have been burning off energy this week taking part in a wide range of sporty events.
More than 100 primary school pupils took part in this year’s Redbridge Schools Recorder Festival.
An Internet-savvy pensioner’s work to trace her childhood chums has paid off.
Not many of us split time between beauty pageants and algebra problems, however the current Miss Redbridge is not your stereotypical beauty queen.
Visitors from all over the South East enjoyed the food, Henna art and fruit mojitos at an Islamic society’s spring bazaar, on Sunday.
Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.
Morgan Pryce, commercial property experts based in London are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to The Shard viewing platform in the city itself.