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A sixth youth has been charged with the murder of a teenager who was stabbed to death in Chadwell Heath 10 months ago.

A group of fraudsters, including Victoria Beckham’s former brother-in-law, have been jailed today for a £800,000 ‘boiler room’ scam from a virtual office in Canary Wharf.

A gang of fraudsters, including Victoria Beckham’s former brother-in-law, are facing jail today for carrying out a £800,000 ‘boiler room’ scam from an office in Canary Wharf.

A discount retailer with stores in Chadwell Heath, Beckton and Romford has rolled out a weekly ‘quiet hour’ to help shoppers with autism.

A talented teenager who came to the UK aged five after fleeing civil unrest in his homeland has won a £76,000 scholarship to study at Eton.

Three members of the same family are facing possible jail for having Islamic State (IS) propaganda.

The family of a former Ford worker who died just two months after being diagnosed with an asbestos-related cancer are appealing to his ex-workmates to come forward.

London mayor Sadiq Khan has been given a £350million loan from the government to safeguard the delayed Crossrail project.

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) raked in a seven-figure sum last year through parking charges which includes cash from its own staff.

A 30-year-old man from Hainault has been charged with drug offences following a series of police raids across east London.

A student studying in East Ham has become the third from her sixth form college to be awarded an international prize.

A cyclist from Chadwell Heath killed in a crash on the A127 in Essex has been named today as Ben Greenslade.

An Ilford student who has spent the last year in and out of hospital with a kidney disease has achieved top CGSE grades.

A man with links to Barking, East Ham and Ilford who was wanted in connection with an assault in Harpenden is no longer being sought by police.

Police are appealing for information leading to the whereabouts of a missing teenager from East Ham.

A four-day strike planned on the DLR from tomorrow has been called off.

A university lecturer who survived a brutal attack said violent crime will become the norm in London unless proposals to close half the city’s police stations are reversed.

Police are appealing for information to identify 15 fans suspected of football hooliganism during a match in Stratford earlier this month.

An estimated 1,100 jobs in Redbridge could go if a ‘no deal’ hard Brexit takes place, the Mayor of London has claimed today.

A law professor who was viciously beaten in his home has launched a crowdfundraising campaign to fund a legal challenge against the closure of 37 police stations in London.

A man who admitted killing a homeless 54-year-old from Dagenham whose body was found next to a burnt-out vehicle in Goodmayes has been jailed.

An Ilford man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Raja Ali in Dagenham.

Residents are being urged to only use A&E as a last resort while the annual winter pressure causes an increase in patients.

An Ilford man has been charged with the murder of Raja Ali in Dagenham and violent disorder.

A top midwife has spoken of her shock at being acknowledged by the Queen in the New Years Honours list.

The amount of revenue Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust made from car parking fees has been revealed today.

A man from Barking has been named and shamed as a drink driver in a Christmas campaign by Essex Police.

A Pc who sprayed CS gas in the face of a handcuffed prisoner has been sacked by the Met Police.

Lovers of soul music can raise funds for a children’s charity in Woodford Green by hitting the dancefloor on Friday evening.

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