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Bring up bugs, cookies and daemons in a chat and you’ll likely leave your friends scratching their heads.

Havering’s NHS hospital trust has apologised to the family of a grandmother whose painful death from bladder cancer the NHS watchdog ruled “avoidable”.

Charges have been brought against two men from east London in connection with four burglaries in the Brentwood area.

A Met Police officer has been sacked after she was caught lying about her attendance at work.

Police will step up patrols this weekend across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge amid rising violence and knife crime in the capital.

A Barking grandmother is searching for the Good Samaritan who lent a helping hand after she fell and broke her wrist.

Trains face severe disruption due to wintery weather, giving commuters another reason to be miserable during morning rush hour.

Two teenagers have been arrested at addresses in Dagenham and Hornchurch following the fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Hasan Ozcan.

A kind-hearted community group in Rush Green has donated almost £500 to an intensive care unit for newborns.

Five decades ago, women workers at Ford’s Dagenham factory went on strike.

A Romford man has been jailed for beating to death a Dagenham grandfather in a row over a set of keys.

Medical failings stretching back more than two decades cost the NHS trust running Queen’s Hospital millions of pounds a year.

A volunteer chaplain at Saint Francis Hospice has collected her British Empire Medal after being honoured by the Queen for her work helping those behind bars.

Motorists are experiencing delays after a collision on the A12.

More than 2,000 disabled people in east London were wrongly stripped of their benefits, this newspaper can reveal.

The new £10 note featuring novelist Jane Austen goes into circulation today.

Police are searching for a man found guilty of harassment, after he failed to appear at court.

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