Children at Fullwood Primary School in Barkingside enjoyed a lesson about Ilford’s oldest inhabitant, Monty the mammoth.
Community officers are set to continue their work helping to tackle issues such as anti-social behaviour.
A pensioner who killed a cyclist was sentenced to a community order today and suspended from driving for three years.
A mother who allegedly had female genital mutilation performed on her by a Clayhall doctor has condemned the practice while giving evidence in court.
The life of one of Britain’s most famous prime ministers is being celebrated today, exactly 50 years on from his funeral.
A women’s charity was invited to Redbridge Town Hall by the mayor and mayoress.
A market seller who stocked potentially poisonous dolls has been banned from trading.
Updates on disruption to roads and train services:
Fifty years ago, life in and around Ilford was changed irrevocably when the 32 London boroughs were formed.
GP commissioners have said they are “extremely disappointed” after Redbridge Council agreed to refer Wanstead Hospital ward closure plans to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
NHS trade unions have suspended industrial action due to take place across London on Thursday.
Elderly and sick Redbridge residents are being urged to prepare for NHS industrial action in which thousands of healthcare workers will strike over pay across London this Thursday.
Another new deal has been struck by Redbridge Council to allow swimmers to use a school pool for swimming lessons.
A burst pipe in Woodford Green has left homes without water for most of the day.
Last nights residents were given the opportunity to raise their concerns and ask questions at a local forum.
A parent teacher association has been accused of running a “campaign of fear” against a proposal to scrap funding for Redbridge Music Service.
Two more years of disruption could be in store for residents after council officers recommended approving a two-year extension for works to restore a quarry.
Conservative councillors intended to press ahead with plans to build on Oakfield playing field before last year’s election, according to a member of the administration.
A school has proven it’s top of the class after it was rated “outstanding” in its latest Ofsted inspection.
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.
People thought the Deputy Prime Minister was pretty funny actually.
Brothers: The David Haines Story, will be broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland at 10.30am on Sunday.
Over £30,000 has been raised in a couple of days for a mugging victim, despite the goal only being set at £500.
Go on, you thirsty Brits!