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Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was left critically injured following an altercation at a Hornchurch bar.

Customers can trade their cash for credit cards as the historic Romford Market is hooked-up to the internet.

Cranham is a treasure trove for locally produced food, or so a chef-to-the-stars has discovered.

The winner of ITV2’s Love Island is asking Havering clubbers to ‘give a kid a quid’ this Christmas.

Rail services going from London Liverpool Street to Shenfield have been disrupted after a train broke down in Romford this morning.

The chess prowess of a Havering primary school has been honoured with a prestigious national award.

Broken pay and display machines and “overzealous” traffic wardens are damaging business, according to shop owners on a popular Havering high street.

A pioneering village for people with dementia has officially opened its doors and welcomed a number of new residents from Havering.

Havering students can freely apply to showcase their filmmaking talents at an international independent film festival which returns to the borough next year.

A Hornchurch schoolboy has reached the final round of a regional singing competition.

A pantomime production of Beauty and the Beast opened at Queen’s Theatre this week.

A peaceful protest against reckless school run parents is being staged by Havering primary schools pupils this week.

A seamstress is salvaging the wedding plans of brides after a Havering bridalwear shop unexpectedly closed and its owner allegedly moved to Florida.

Havering’s mental health trust is in the running to win two national healthcare awards.

The merits of Black Friday are far from black and white for Romford retailers.

Wedding plans across Havering have been complicated after a bridalwear shop closed unexpectedly and its owner allegedly moved to Florida.

Two women have been arrested following a series of assaults, robberies and hit-and-runs in Romford and Hornchurch on Saturday night.

Road closures have been put in place while police investigate a suspected hit-and-run in Romford in the early hours of November 17.

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