The Central line will receive a fleet of 92 new, shiny, air conditioned trains.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has refused to speak out against controversial plans to expand gravel extraction works in Fairlop, despite desperate pleas from residents.

A pastor who admitted making and possessing indecent images of children has been jailed.

The London Marathon is coming up on Sunday April 23, and as it’s one of the largest mass participation events in the world, there’s going to be a fair bit of travel disruption - but don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the road closures.

Experts are trying to reintroduce otters to the River Roding. Picture: CHRIS RADBURN/PA

Paramedics have been called to Ilford police station almost 1,000 times in the last five years, new figures from City Hall have revealed.

A public meeting to discuss contentious plans to build on Oakfield Playing Fields will take place tonight.

More than a thousand campaigners young and old marched to Redbridge Town Hall on Saturday to show their support for King George Hospital’s A&E.

Campaigners are holding a march from Valentines Park to Redbridge Town Hall today, to protest the planned closure of the borough’s only emergency unit.

Work to bring lifts to Newbury Park station is now expected to be completed by spring in 2019.

The organiser of a bridalwear charity fundraiser is already planning for her second after the ‘great success’ of her first event.

A perk that grants free travel to the flatmates of TfL staff now costs London taxpayers more than £33m a year in lost revenue, according to new figures.

A chatty bunch of chaps had a delightful visit to City Hall last week, thanks to a Redbridge councillor.

Campaigners are celebrating after a long-fought battle for improved transport access for disabled and elderly commuters at Newbury Park station has been won.

Redbridge Council’s contentious plans to build 800 homes on Oakfield Playing Fields have been opposed by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.

The Mayor of London has been challenged amid fears Redbridge residents will have to pick up the bill for new river crossings.

An Eid gathering today heard speaker after speaker hail the model of cohesion in Redbridge and urge people to celebrate people’s commonalities.

In “darkest Ilford”, a crowd of passionate volunteers met last Thursday night to launch a report on homelessness in Redbridge.

Pupils at a primary school in Seven Kings ran with Rio Olympians last week at an event encouraging to get more children running.

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Spaces around the borough have looked bloomin’ marvellous as green-fingered residents created gardens and flower displays fit for a Queen.

Goals galore in local league

Thursday, September 15, 2016

A round-up of the action from the Corinthian League

Two stabbings in broad daylight, within 72 hours of each other, have shocked the borough.

Redbridge’s Greater London Assembly Member Keith Prince has called for the Metropolitan Police to start using spit hoods immediately.

As the sun began to set on the weekend at Hainault Forest Country Park the words “jah Rastafari” carried on ringing through the air.

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