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A "controlling" husband battered his wife to death with a hammer and machete after wrongly suspecting her of being unfaithful, a court has been told.

A dog lover is appealing for help in finding the owner of a terrier that killed her spaniel in a Clayhall park.

Two pupils at Al-Noor Primary School, Green Lane, Goodmayes - Khadijah (Year 6) and Inaya (Year 5) - write a story about the school's programme to widen vocabulary.

The Redbridge Institute of Adult Education has been named overall provider of the year at the Times Education Supplement's Further Education Awards 2019.

Step into the land of make believe for a spell-binding day at Valentines Mansion

A builder has told how his pregnant wife's ex-husband smiled and gave a thumbs up before he allegedly shot her dead with a crossbow in their Newbury Park home.

The family of missing student Joy Morgan last seen in Ilford has reappealed for anyone who has information to get in touch with police.

More than 80 business owners and community members attended the grand unveiling of Wanstead estate 
agents' swanky new office space.

A 66-year-old campaigner who works at a dementia care home says a false accusation that he threatened a councillor has caused him "much grief".

Almost one in three children in Redbridge do not have the full MMR vaccination, as the NHS warns vaccine deniers are gaining traction on social media.

A fundraising appeal for the funeral costs of missing student Joy Morgan last seen in Ilford has been launched to support her family.

West Ham footballer Samir Nasri faces a possible driving ban after his car was clocked going 60mph in a 30mph zone in Redbridge.

Police have arrested a man in connection with the disappearance of university student Joy Morgan who was last seen in Ilford.

A hospital trust has been accused of closing a chemotherapy unit too quickly following a staff exodus.

More than 3,000 children in Redbridge do not have a permanent home, the latest official figures have revealed.

A five-year row over unpaid business rates has left an Hainault 61-year-old "unbelievably stressed".

A Pakistani student living in Ilford whose bid to extend her stay in Britain was rejected after she failed to tick a box on a form has lost the latest round of a legal fight with Home Office ministers.

October is Black History Month and in celebration Redbridge has a packed programme of events, talks and activities to foster an understanding of black history and honour black contributions to society. Here is a list of some of the exciting events on offer.

The proportion of five-year-olds having both MMR jabs in Redbridge has plummeted, and immunisation rates for the vaccine are extremely low.

An unknown quantity for any car journey is how long you might be delayed.

Families claim they have been left footing the bill for their disabled relatives' care after Redbridge Council failed to tell them about funding changes.

Hundreds of children in Redbridge could be starting school this month without basic skills such as being able to hold a pencil or go to the toilet by themselves.

The number of thefts from cash machines in Redbridge in the past 10 years is one of the highest in London.

An Ilford college welcomed successful entrepreneurs to judge a Dragon's Den-style competition held for its students.

Tenants and leaseholders in council homes have been urged to give their views on the housing service.

Redbridge Council raked in more than £138,000 in driving fines from a single street in the borough.

Families facing poverty could struggle to feed and clothe their children over the summer holidays.

1958: A budget investigation into two Redbridge hospitals was launched at Ilford Town Hall with a view to saving taxpayers £40,000 per year.

Meliha Kaya, 22, was speeding as she drove her sister Elif and a friend back from the George pub in Wanstead in 2016.

Figures from NHS Digital show that in Redbridge around 70 victims of FGM - where female genitals are cut, injured or changed for no medical reason - were seen by doctors, nurses or midwives over the last year.

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