Residents and councillors have praised the police’s swift response in closing down another brothel in Goodmayes ward.
The search for a new chief executive of Redbridge Council is set to begin after Roger Hampson announced he will be retiring from the role next year.
A teenager has been ordered to pay a celebrity businessman £100 in compensation.
Dreary weather could not stop the women of Redbridge Women’s International Zionist Organisation (WIZO) from enjoying themselves as they hosted a strawberry tea event with a special guest.
Campaign group People’s NHS held a rally in George Lane, South Woodford, on Saturday.
Terri-Anne Maxfield, who is missing from Stoke-on-Trent, may be in Ilford.
A councillor has praised the work of the borough’s police to increase ethnic minority officer numbers.
A woman jumped out of a window to escape from a house fire.
Outreach workers have appealed for a homeless man believed to be living in a make-shift “shanty” house to contact them.
A man who was kicked in the head and robbed is appealing for witnesses to the brutal attack to come forward.
Health commissioners in Redbridge are being investigated by a government watchdog over “pricing arrangements” involving elective care services.
An unannounced health watchdog inspection found a Woodford Green nursing home had breached safety and nutritional regulations.
Redbridge has been chosen for a new ‘vanguard’ programme in which patients will be assessed online before going to A&E.
The pouring rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of a group of volunteers who gave up their Sunday to help clean up the borough.
A heated debate is expected to take place tonight over plans to scrap a conservation panel which advises on planning applications.
A London mayoral candidate has said building on the borough’s green belt would be “catastrophic”.
Tim Smith from Redbridge College was named Outstanding BTEC Teacher/Tutor of the year 2015 award at the Royal Horticultural Halls.
Downshall Primary School’s annual summer fair brought together parents, children and teachers to celebrate the end of the academic year.
More than 100 Redbridge school pupils tested their spikes, digs and beach volleyball skills on the sand in the grand setting of Canary Wharf.
Almost seven million people walked through Gants Hill Underground station last year, yet probably very few know its unique status amongst London architecture.
Youngsters braved the rain to show their love for one of Redbridge’s beautiful parks.
In July 1915, 100 years ago, my father went to Holborn and enlisted in the British Army.
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