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Murder plots have been foiled and some of London’s most dangerous criminals arrested in a joint operation against a criminal instant messaging platform.

Former Ilford Wanderers rugby teammates cycle from Chadwell Heath to Paris on a exercise bike, raising more than £4,000 for Saint Francis Hospice.

The east London and Essex bakery chain Percy Ingle is due to close all its stores after 66 years.

What started with one Upminster family receiving an unexpected tax rebate has become a major scrubs-making operation with 3,000 volunteers delivering to east London hospitals.

For the first time since early March, there were no coronavirus-related deaths at Queen’s or King George Hospitals for seven days, from May 28 to June 3

A furloughed chef has swapped cooking for caring for patients on the coronavirus frontline as a Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust volunteer.

Sadiq Khan and Transport for London (TfL) are asking Londoners to wear face coverings and to use hotspot data to avoid the busiest times and locations.

There have been 400 coronavirus-related deaths recorded at Queen’s and King George hospitals, NHS England has revealed.

Follow our live blog for the latest news, announcements and medical advice from across east London, to be brought to you throughout the coronavirus crisis.

As surgeries are postponed, operating theatre practitioners are adapting to support ICU frontliners wherever they can.

Nearly half of deaths in London, 46.6 per cent, were registered as related to coronavirus, for the week ending April 3 according to a report released by the National Office of Statistics.

Saint Francis Hospice, which provides essential support for residents affected by life-limiting illnesses, is launching an urgent appeal to help it stay afloat through the coronavirus pandemic.

A consultant in the Intensive Care team at Queen’s Hospital has shared his experience from the frontline.

A young couple have donated £650 worth of chocolate eggs and groceries to hard-working NHS staff.

Wondering how to keep your children entertained and educated during lockdown? Here are seven useful resources to keep them from climbing up the walls.

The Recorder spoke to the chief medical officer of Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust (BHRUT), Madga Smith, on the trust’s response and how the hospital is managing the pandemic.

In a televised address to the nation about how vital it is to stop coronavirus spreading, Boris Johnson announced the public is only to leave the house for shopping, basic necessities, one form of exercise a day, any medical need, to provide care and to go to and from work only where absolutely necessary.

Downing Street has announced the closure of all schools in England from Friday afternoon, March 20.

King George Hospital, Goodmayes, and Queen’s Hospital, Romford, have temporarily changed their visitors policy with immediate effect.

Figures released by the National Office of Statistics has revealed Redbridge’s areas of highest income.

Important improvements are needed in the A&E departments at Queen’s and King George hospitals.

Toy shop chain The Entertainer and The Salvation Army are partnering up to get disadvantaged children reading this World Book Day.

On Tuesday, it was announced a law will be implemented that will see everyone automatically registered as organ donors.

The NHS trust that runs Queen’s and King George hospitals has made improvements in its approaches to management and teamwork, according to the results of the annual NHS Staff Survey.

A Romford mother tells how donating her son’s organs helped save eight other lives, and how her sight is now being saved thanks to tissue donation.

A police officer has been injured in an incident at 12.10am last night, Monday January 6.

Soup kitchens and food banks in Havering, Redbridge and Brentwood are in need of your unwanted dry foods.

Hundreds of Ilford residents gathered at Newbury Park Memorial Gardens in the winter sunshine this morning to pay their respects to those lost in battle.

Armistice Day brings back some very poignant memories for 94-year-old Len Brace, a veteran British Army driver from Clayhall.

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