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Two Redbridge Catholic primary schools have put off deciding whether to become academies until after the coronavirus lockdown ends.
A 32-year-old man was stabbed in the back on Sunday afternoon in Woodford Green and police are appealing for information to help find two men suspected to be involved.
The trust that runs Queen’s and King George hospitals has increased the wages of some of its lowest paid workers in a move hailed by unions.
Despite a 94 per cent decrease in tube journeys across London, TfL identified two stations in Redbridge where usage still remain high and need to be reduced.
With all this time spent indoors, no doubt you’ve been watching a lot of TV.
A Woodford Green band aren’t letting coronavirus lockdown stop them from getting their music out.
Volunteers from a Seven Kings Sikh temple delivered a free pizza lunch to NHS workers at King George Hospital while observing the two-meter rule.
Leyton Orient’s FIFA Ultimate QuaranTeam Cup is now deep into the competition with the quarter-finals coming up.
British athletes have welcomed the decision to reschedule the Tokyo Olympics for the summer of 2021.
Premier League clubs could reach “crisis-talks stage” of redundancies and ripped-up contracts if they cannot complete the current season, football finance expert Dr Rob Wilson has warned.
England Hockey has today taken the decision to suspend all hockey activity until June 30, 2020.
The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards are back for 2020 and the Essex FA are inviting online nominations.
In recent times we have had two Olympic gold medalists at super-heavyweight level – Audley Harrison at Sydney 2000 and Anthony Joshua at London 2012.
As with all sports, English cricket has been brought to a halt by the coronavirus crisis, offering the opportunity to reflect on some of the greats the nation has produced down the years.
Leyton Orient will be offering 100 free tickets to each home game to NHS staff next season as a way to say thank you for the amazing work carried out in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic during the 2020/21 season.
The Tokyo Olympics will take place between July 23 and August 8 next year.
In these troubled times, who better to rally the nation in a chorus of song than national treasure Gareth Malone?
To close out Women’s History Month Redbridge library is celebrating the achievements and careers of female leaders in Stem fields.
Timeless classics are set to captivate audiences as Disney on Ice presents Magical Ice Festival at London’s iconic SSE Arena in Wembley.
A group of artists are undertaking a community storytelling project to find the common thread among the diverse people of Redbridge.
A Woodford Green teacher is taking over a Redbridge dance collective she has been performing with since she was a child.
The magic of storytelling will come to libraries in Redbridge this February with a series of performances by drag queen Mama G.
A popular history podcast that promises to make history exciting for everyone is coming to Ilford this month.
A film screening at the Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford will honour the history of the man behind the name.
Head out to the woods in Woodford Green to celebrate the health of trees and scare away evil spirits.
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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