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Gangs in Redbridge are moving away from postcode rivalries and working together for business reasons.

Redbridge Council has withdrawn one of two planning applications to house the homeless in Hainault parks amid protests from community members and politicians.

Tributes have been paid by the family of east London pie and mash queen June Robins, after she died last week.

The world’s most prestigious skateboarding competition will return to London this May as the countdown to the sports’ historic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics continues.

An Ilford woman alleged to have built an empire out of obtaining hundreds of UK passports for kidnappers, drug traffickers and people smugglers has been released under investigation.

An Ilford teen is accused of murdering of 18-year-old man who was chased and stabbed to death by a knife-wielding moped gang in a “terrifying and vicious attack”, a court heard.

Redbridge manager Micky Wetherall has dedicated their 4-1 victory over Barkingside to everyone mourning the loss of non league footballer Mike Thalassitis.

Vans plastered with the mugshots of men and women wanted in connection with a number of crimes – including burglaries, robberies and violent moped-enabled offences - are set to tour the capital.

A food waste disposal company is calling on east London boroughs to work towards increasing their recycling rates this Global Recycling Day.

Sixty years ago today, flames 100 feet high came within minutes of destroying the vast majority of Ilford High Road as a massive fire at Harrison Gibson furniture store caused millions of pounds worth of damage.

A section of the road outside Ilford station has reopened after the London Fire Brigade (LFB) checked an “unsafe building”.

Gants Hill, Barkingside and Redbridge have been named as some of the most aesthetically pleasing Tube stations on the London Underground.

Barkingside is the least delayed Tube station on the London Underground.

Free garden waste collection will resume on April 1.

Ilford Wanderers picked up a 19-10 victory over fourth-placed Chelmsford to remain sixth in the London 3 Essex table ahead of a weekend off.

Faith groups have been gathering across the borough in support of women’s rights and to promote a more gender-balanced world.

The borough’s arteries look set to become a whole lot healthier thanks to a £3.3million grant to build new bridges, a cycle path and walkway.

A Newham drink driver has been jailed for causing a crash on the A1400 in Woodford Green which left a motorcyclist deaf and partially paralysed.

More than 50 knives have been surrendered at police deposit boxes after two young people were fatally stabbed in Ilford and Harold Hill.

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

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An Ilford headteacher who let a London Bridge terrorist attempt to radicalise her primary school pupils has been banned from management roles.

Tackling violence is the Met Police’s top priority, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Graham McNulty insisted today, March 4, saying officers had carried out more than 2,500 stop and searches in the past three days.

Furious campaigners have asked the Mayor of London to step in and get TfL to restore the 25 bus service to its full route from east London to Oxford Circus.

More parents than ever before will be sending their children to their first choice secondary school in Redbridge.

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