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The Police Commissioner has paid tribute to a serving officer killed in a motorcycle crash on his way to work.

Health experts are encouraging simple steps to help children and young people manage their asthma and reduce the risk of ending up in hospital.

Burglars are posing as police officers to trick their way into people’s homes, detectives in east London have warned.

A fifth person has been arrested in connection with the death of Plaistow man Stephen Morrisson.

Churches can reopen to the public this weekend, but many will continue to offer online worship as well.

Redbridge GPs are reassuring people that it is safe to attend cervical screening appointments.

Two men were arrested in Barkingside following a three-vehicle collision where a lorry driver was allegedly threatened with a gun.

Churches are using digital communication tools to help Christians worship from home, including providing online resources and live streamed services for Holy Week and Easter.

The Met is appealing for witnesses and footage after homophobic abuse was heard at West Ham’s match against Brighton.

In the first of our east London panto reviews, we sent reporter Andrew Brookes to Theatre Royal Stratford East to experience a traditional Christmas show for the first time.

A police officer working across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge was sacked without notice for his role in an insurance scam in Newham.

Police have named the man stabbed to death in Seven Kings on Sunday.

It was a night of celebration and inspiration as New City College recognised high achievers at its annual student awards evening.

Rush hour commuters are facing severe delays on the Central line currently.

Voters will elect 73 members to represent the UK in the European Parliament on Thursday.

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