Two Redbridge men have pleaded guilty to being involved in the supply of synthetic cannabis substitute spice.

Redbridge’s elderly residents aged between 70 and 80 are being urged to have vaccinations to protect against shingles - which is estimated to affect one in four people over the age of 70.

A credit card fraudster has been jailed for two years for scamming small businesses out of £45,000 of bathroom tiles, washing machines and alloy wheels.

Knives, knuckle dusters, class A drugs, cash,and an imitation fireram have been seized by police after a house in Wanstead was raided by police yesterday.

Traffic police were issued body-worn video (BWV) cameras as part of the Met’s largest camera roll-out yet.

Sikhs in Ilford handed out free cool drinks to shoppers in the summer heat as part of a traditional celebration this weekend.

England 4 Malaysia 1

The Met have launched a new campaign to try and reduce the amount of scooter thefts and crack down on moped enabled crime.

Hainault resident Derek Hall recalls more memories of the Blitz in east London.

Religious education is crucial in schools in order for children to learn about history and their culture, Richard Dawkins has said.

England hopes shot down by Dutch

Saturday, June 24, 2017

England 0 Netherlands 2

One week to go until July 2 event in Olympic Park

Forgiveness is hard and takes time but healing comes bit by bit

England international hails Hockey World League effort

“The whole philosophy is about ability not disability. Kids come over the threshold and leave their disabilities at the front door.”

After more than ten years in the making, today passengers stepped onto the state of the art Elizabeth line trains for the first time.

Barts Health NHS Trust has been praised for its efforts to recruit more people from working-class backgrounds.

South African finishes with 14 wickets in match

Newham resident feels the legacy of 2012 every time she runs in the Simplyhealth Great Newham London Run.

A review is set to take place into how authorities dealt with the recent terror attacks in the UK, the home secretary has announced.

Just the one Group One race on day two — but it just so happens to be Royal Ascot’s richest

A woman from Ilford has inspired thousands of people across the country by her selfless actions following the Grenfell fire tragedy.

First day of the historic meet sees three Group One races

Browne and Bopara impress with the bat on first day

Cyclists in Redbridge will be excited by the latest cycle route to open in the borough, connecting Barkingside and Ilford with Mile End via quiet back roads.

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