Labour leader Ed Miliband rolled into Ilford North this morning on the first stop of the party’s campaign – just hours after he was grilled by Jeremy Paxman on live television.
The “shocking” findings of an undercover sting into a college selling fraudulent security qualifications are being investigated.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband were grilled by Jeremy Paxman and a studio audience last night in the first of the general election television set pieces.
A leading Muslim organisation’s chairman says the challenges his community faces are “enormous” – but insists patience is key if faith relations are to be maintained.
The noise of a 30-year-old man being shot in a quiet street sounded like a “fireworks” going off, according to a resident.
London City Airport chiefs are “perplexed” and “disappointed” by the Mayor of London’s decision to refuse plans to expand runways on noise grounds.
Barkingside High Street, Mossford Green and Tanners Lane have been reopened after a police investigation into a “suspicious” item, according to Transport for London (TfL).
Teachers, parents, friends and families have an “absolutely fantastic” evening as the children of a primary school entertained the crowds with their musical prowess last night.
Two men have been handed hefty fines following fly-tipping investigations.
New figures published today show 92.6 per cent of patients were seen within four hours at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust (BHRUT), up from 84.4pc the previous month.
The largest NHS trust in the UK has been placed into special measures after inspectors found a raft of problems at one of its hospitals, including delays in treatment for patients and not enough staff to ensure safe care was provided.
Russell Brand has joined a campaign to save a rehab centre set up by a mother and daughter after addiction destroyed their family.
A project to transform the Roding valley and create a new riverside cycle path is to receive a six-figure grant after residents backed it in an online poll.
Students assembled giant hearts last week that were made up of smaller hearts filled with pledges to change something in their lives which would help to tackle climate change.
Youngsters got on their bikes to celebrate the official opening of a new trail.
People living near schools urged Redbridge Council to take action against parents parking across residents’ driveways.
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An award-winning graphic novelist and comic book writer joined pupils at the opening of their new library.
A nine-year-old who took to fundraising following the death of her big sister was named our Young Citizen 2014 winner at the Mayor’s Community Awards.
Redbridge’s best and brightest turned out in their glad rags on Monday for the annual Mayor’s Community Awards at the town hall.
Plans to knock down an “historic” building and replace it with a block of flats have been approved.
A brave PCSO fended the knife-wielding man off with a shopping basket.
Italy’s highest court today overturned last year’s convictions and declined to order another trial.
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