7.20am: Minor delays on the District Line due to an earlier signal failure.
Mitzvah Day - the worldwide social action event - is just as important as monetary contributions to charities.
Trains between Liverpool Street and Shenfield are delayed this evening due to electrical supply problems at Forest Gate.
A memorial bench in tribute to a pharmacy technician who lost her battle with breast cancer at the age of 50 has been unveiled at King George Hospital.
A leading immigrant support group has slammed defence minister Michael Fallon for his “swamped by migrants” comments, before calling for more Home Office staff to cope with the huge backlog of asylum applications.
A man caught sexually assaulting three women on the Tube has been sentenced to 20 weeks in prison.
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has called on members to join further industrial action following the end of a planned strike on Tuesday.
An Ilford carer has become the first person to graduate from a pioneering dementia care scholarship.
Urgent action is needed to tackle racist and religious hate crimes after hundreds of attacks were reported in Redbridge.
Bus drivers in Redbridge were attacked or verbally abused 181 times in the past five years.
The trust that runs King George Hospital failed to properly monitor a man who died following a biopsy, official investigators have found.
Health experts are urging parents to “make every day a vitamin D day” to ensure their children are getting enough during the winter months.
Health bosses have defended their consultation on the future of Wanstead Hospital following criticism from a health watchdog.
Pupils got on their bikes to encourage their peers to stay active on the way to school.
The last few days were ram packed full of creative celebrations of libraries and the arts.
The streets lit up last night as hundreds of Sikhs celebrated Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas.
Opposition Tory councillors are bidding to “save our suburbs” from housing development they claim would “ruin the character” of Wanstead and Woodford.
Child poverty in Redbridge has been branded a “great concern” in the wake of a report published last week.
Anti-social spitters could soon face fines of £500 if they are caught spoiling the streets of Redbridge.
Seven new Portuguese nurses have begun work at Queen’s and King George hospitals.
A cost-cutting plan to hand the last remaining council-run nurseries over to volunteers and private companies looks set to be approved.
Using green belt land to plug Redbridge’s 3,500 school places deficit cannot be ruled out, deputy council leader Wes Streeting has said.
The fates of the borough’s historic manors have differed dramatically.
Eric Chappell, the comedy writer, is happy to reveal how he came up with the idea for his new play, Ground Rules.
There’s no interval, but there is the chance for a mid-show chat with the cast in a new production at Redbridge Drama Centre.
Looking for a holiday? We know a company that are keen to flog you a trip to the land of Kim Jong-un.
Biffo and Bobo better stay away from the town of Vendargues this Halloween.
As a state of emergency is declared in Burkina Faso, what does the future hold for its president and people?
It might not be moving very fast but it’s still causing problems.