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Evidence of "serious mismanagement" has been found at an east London charity sending funds to Bangladesh.

Residents who were disappointed that prostitutes were almost eradicated after a police crackdown in Ilford Lane have thrown eggs, hurled abuse and slashed officers' car tyres in a bid to bring them back.

Redbridge Council is planning to introduce double yellow lines to parts of Ilford because fire engines and other emergency vehicles are being delayed when driving to incidents.

Do you have EU staff working for you? Or perhaps you want to find our about importing and exporting arrangements if Brexit takes place.

MPs in Redbridge claimed nearly £100,000 in expenses last year, according to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.

Police are trialling a fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles as part of an ambitious programme to achieve zero emissions across their vehicles by 2050.

Groups of two or more people can now be fined if they refuse to leave Woodford Green, Wanstead and South Woodford as part of a drive to tackle anti-social behaviour.

The government announced today that 555 Thomas Cook stores in the UK will be acquired by Hays Travel - resulting in re-employment opportunities for a significant number of former staff members.

Redbridge Council is "disappointed" to have missed out on funding and confirmed there is a "very real and urgent need" for more healthcare investment in the borough.

More than a dozen homeless people have died in Redbridge over the past six years, official estimates show.

The leader of Redbridge Council has been suspended from the Labour Party over "extremely serious allegations".

Redbridge Council has granted planning permission to turn a disused warehouse in Ilford into a workspace for start-up businesses

The people behind the Romford Retailery are moving to Redbridge.

Unicef has launched a new partnership with Redbridge Council to improve the lives of children in the borough.

A disabled swimming club which has been running in Redbridge since 1977 is under threat of closure after the council's leisure arm put forward proposals to move its club to another site, leaving its members "highly unsettled" and unable to attend sessions.

Police have objected to granting a licence for a vaguely-described "live entertainment event" at a venue in Ilford.

The frustrated parents of a six-year-old schoolboy battling leukaemia have removed him from his South Woodford school after facing "miserably inadequate" care while he continues to have daily chemotherapy.

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The cast of Kenneth More's Christmas panto has been revealed - oh yes it has! - and it doesn't disappoint.

Opposition is stacking up against London City Airport's expansion with a scathing attack from the London Assembly insisting that people in the flight path are entitled to "have a weekend break" from aircraft noise.

Residents shared "major concerns" with the deputy mayor of London about a 42-storey tower being erected in Ilford.

New homes will be built at Whipps Cross Hospital as part of a £350million redevelopment.

The government has announced it will invest £350million in a new hospital at Whipps Cross.

Political leaders acted swiftly to shut down comments made by the Brexit party which compared Redbridge to a foreign country.

Speaking at a rally in the Chingford and Woodford Green constituency, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will today announce that the party will scrap Universal Credit.

Redbridge Council has secured an extra £20,000 of funding to help tackle the underage sale of knives in the borough.

Redbridge Council is urging homeowners to bring their empty properties back into use to reduce homelessness, add to the housing stock and improve the look and feel of the borough.

A petition has been launched to stop "extortionate" prices for school uniforms which "hold parents to ransom".

MP for Ilford North Wes Streeting said it is a moral outrage that children are arriving at school too hungry to learn.

Conservative councillors have opposed "obscene" proposals to employ another senior director at Redbridge Council for £130,000 while existing staff are "still under threat of losing their jobs".

A woman who spent years leaving food and raw meat outside has been warned she could end up behind bars.

Residents living in a block of more than 100 flats in Woodford Green are "up in arms" after having no hot water for nearly five weeks.

The vast majority of robberies in Redbridge are going unsolved by police as figures reveal the borough's most crime-ridden streets.

Campaigners fighting to stop their park in Hainault from being used for temporary housing for homeless families "feel silenced once again" after their petition signed by more than 4,000 wasn't debated by councillors.

A proposal to stop building temporary modular housing developments for homeless families on council-owned land has been refused by councillors.

Tensions were high at the Gants Hill Community hub meeting after details about a new "super library" in Cranbrook Road were revealed.

Redbridge Council has become the second local authority in the country to become a Ban the Box employer, meaning job applicants will no longer need to disclose their unspent criminal convictions on their application form.

The parent of a sick child claimed the NHS was being destroyed as he challenged Boris Johnson during the prime minister's visit to Whipps Cross Hospital today (Wednesday, September 18).

The number of black bags residents put out on bin day could be restricted.

February 18 2019 might not mean that much to you, but if you live in Ilford South maybe it should.

Enforcement notices issued by Redbridge Council to private landlords have skyrocketed in the past two years, new figures reveal.

Redbridge confirmed that it is no longer one of the most complained about boroughs in the capital.

Plans to put water sprinklers in Ilford town centre for children to run through are proving to be a bit of a drip.

Two years ago residents were given a sneak peek at designs for the transformation of Ilford town centre.

A road in Ilford will be pedestrianised and turned into a playground for young and old.

The Mayor of London has been asked to intervene in the Gants Hill Hub project.

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