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The winning candidates elected by Redbridge to the UK Youth Parliament haved pledged to tackle knife crime and environmental issues after more young people than ever before cast their votes.
A Chigwell man has been jailed for two and a half years after killing a 61-year-old pedestrian while driving under the influence of drugs.
The Bishop of Chelmsford made a final visit to an Ilford church at the weekend before he moves on to become Archbishop of York in April.
The Central line is part suspended due to emergency engineering work to fix a faulty track.
The A406 North Circular is blocked due to a broken down lorry.
Parents and staff at a Chadwell Heath Catholic primary school are opposing plans to convert it to an academy as a strike is pending following a public meeting.
A yellow warning has been issued as weather settles in which might cause icy stretches and travel disruption overnight into Wednesday morning.
A suspected brothel in Ilford was cleared by police and the council following an investigation but a resident believes it is still openly operating.
It started out as a £5 tooth fairy donation and turned into a £5million investment into tackling homelessness in Ilford. That's right, Project Malachi is now Malachi Place and the first tenants are moving in.
A GP practice in Ilford was temporarily closed over the weekend for a deep clean after a patient presented with coronavirus-like symptoms, Redbridge's health bosses have confirmed.
A fly-tipper who illegally dumped the contents of an entire garage ended up nearly £2,000 out of pocket following a successful prosecution by Redbridge Council.
A Barnardo's young carer from Goodmayes had the ultimate surprise when she met her favourite singer, pop superstar Billie Eilish, during an interview on a national radio show.
An exploded generator outside a South Woodford church left three vehicles sitting abandoned and burnt out at the roadside and damaged the building's exterior.
Children across the borough who might not have a hot meal at home were given a golden ticket to get fit and fed over half term.
A fashion designer who has dressed PMs, royalty and movie stars was awarded as designer of the year.
Parents and staff at a Chadwell Heath Catholic primary school are opposing plans to convert it to an academy.
Muslims, Jews and Christians found the commonality between their religions at the first meeting of the year for the East London Three Faiths Forum in Gants Hill.
Children in Redbridge who benefit from a training scheme have been recognised for using sport to make a positive impact within the community.
Air pollution is responsible for one in 15 deaths among people aged 30 or over in Redbridge, new data reveals.
Thousands of east Londoners signed a petition to demand safe bed numbers for the new Whipps Cross Hospital.
A man who was suffering stab and slash wounds to his face from a Hainault street fight is now in a stable condition.
Armed robbers who pretended to be police officers forced their way into a Clayhall home on Friday afternoon and assaulted the residents before making off with cash and jewellery.
Tens of thousands of EU citizens in Redbridge have applied to live and work in the UK after Brexit, according to the Home Office.
For mental health week pupils at an Ilford primary school showed that brave kids share their worries proudly.
Redbridge continues to have the third-highest proportion of people with Type 2 diabetes across London with numbers increasing, according to the latest figures.
A tinnitus support group is coming to Redbridge to help the one in eight people that suffer with the condition across the borough.
Firefighters were called to a restaurant on fire in the early hours this morning in Ilford.
An environmental initiative led by Redbridge Council won a top national award following its community-led success in the borough.
After the recent political turbulence, 2020 might feel like a fresh start but many of those keen to sell or let property this year may still have concerns.
The weekday routine of most working parents needs to run like clockwork but often resembles a circus. If that routine involves any under 5s, you may need all the help you can get.
Defence classes for children such as Krav Maga are fun, healthy activities that can reduce the risk of bullying, build self-confidence and teach discipline
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