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The cousin of Mary Jane Mustafa has said that her family “still don’t know the truth” about what happened to her even after killer Zahid Younis was jailed for murder.

A man who murdered two women and hid their bodies inside his freezer has been jailed for life.

The families of the two women murdered and concealed in a freezer have described the “inner turmoil” and “pain” of their disappearance and the subsequent court trial.

A Custom House man has been found guilty of murdering two women and concealing their bodies in a freezer.

Some rush hour buses are set to become school-only services in a bid to maintain social distancing as youngsters return to the classrooms,

Locations across Redbridge are among those included in this year’s Open House London.

What are the names we’re set to hear in Redbridge’s classrooms in a few years’ time?

A man accused of murdering two women and hiding their bodies in a freezer said that he “wasn’t comfortable” with calling the police after finding one of them dead in his flat.

Do you know a person or group who has made a difference to their area during the coronavirus pandemic?

The man accused of killing two women and hiding them in his freezer claimed to be a homeless cancer patient and a victim of domestic violence, a court has heard.

A Goodmayes supermarket is supporting a food bank which has seen a 300 per cent increase in its services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A man accused of murdering two women and concealing their bodies in a freezer asked a WhatsApp group how to “get rid” of a woman shortly before one of them was reported missing, a court has heard.

A hospital chaplain has told how he faced “every type of emotion” while supporting bereaved families during the coronavirus crisis.

A midwife aims to use lessons learnt during the coronavirus pandemic to improve care for mums-to-be from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.

The trial of a Redbridge councillor charged with electoral fraud has been postponed until September due to the pandemic.

Families can be reunited and dinner parties will be allowed as England’s coronavirus lockdown is eased - but millions of people will still be unable to hug their loved ones.

Thunderstorms and heavy rain could lead to flooding in London and the east of England, the Met Office has warned.

Deaths in Redbridge rose by 89 per cent in a 10 week period during the coronavirus crisis compared to the 10 weeks preceding it, figures have revealed.

A documentary series about the nursing staff at Queen’s and King George hospitals is due to air on BBC One next week.

Two people from Ilford have been stopped by police after flouting coronavirus regulations by driving to the west coast of Wales.

Pupils should not return to school this academic year.

When will it be safe for pupils to return to school?

Animal lovers have donated iPads to allow coronavirus patients to keep in touch with relatives.

Do you know a young person who is helping to make a difference in their community during the coronavirus crisis?

A retired detective has returned to police the streets of east London during the coronavirus crisis.

An emergency fundraising appeal has been launched to provide items such as wash kits for hospital staff and iPads to keep coronavirus patients connected to their families.

Three teenagers have been charged in connection with an incident between two groups in Dagenham.

A new plaque commemorating the life of a Titanic survivor has been installed in St Chad’s Park.

A bright teenager from Newbury Park has secured a £38,000 scholarship to a top fee-paying school - less than a decade after living in the loft in his mum’s friend’s house.

Commuters are facing disruption on the Liverpool Street to Shenfield line due to electrical supply problems at Manor Park.

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