One of the first British Asian dance students to perform on a theatre’s stage, hopes to entertain an audience with his dynamic one-man show.

A surrogate feline mum has shown her caring nature by helping motherless kittens during the national kitten crisis.

Businesses, drivers and residents will have to endure more disruption after it was announced bridge replacement works could be delayed for up to two years.

A headteacher has appealed for calm after reports of a stabbing at a school falsely circulated on social media.

Three pupils made their teachers proud when representing their school at the final of a translation bee.

It was a case of David meets Goliath when a handful of residents attended a planning inquiry to oppose controversial cemetery plans.

One of the capital’s leading housing associations has been chosen as the preferred bidder to deliver 700 new homes within the borough.

Unsung heroes have been recognised at a community awards event for the time they dedicated in helping to make a positive impact in their area.

A teenager has raised hundreds for charity as a way to say thanks to the hospital that treated her following major surgery.

A hospital trust has been praised by health secretary Jeremy Hunt in a report focusing on the significant improvements it has made.

Green-fingered enthusiasts are being invited to enjoy a horticultural nursery as it throws open the gates to its gardens.

An 82-year-old man who has run more than 100 marathons for charity has won recognition for his fundraising from the Queen.

A day of fun was had by all as a community rallied together to hold a free fun summer festival.

Residents and ward councillors have come together in an attempt to stop over development in the borough.

A woman hopes to become the first homeowner to sell their property by live-streaming a viewing on Facebook Live.

With thousands of patients needed blood transfusions a national drive is appealing for more donors to come forward during a special week.

A school’s football tournament that honours the memory of a boy who died from an aggressive brain tumour continues to go from strength to strength.

Sandwiches will be served with a smile after a new coffee shop opened with the aim of engaging with members of the community.

More than 200 people gathered at a popular beauty spot to take part in an annual 10k and family fun run.

‘Do we need to wait for a tragedy before our concerns are heard’ is the question on residents’ lips living on a problem-ridden estate.

Residents’ hopes that a legal case would be mounted to challenge a planning inspectorate’s decision against gravel extraction have been dashed.

A lifeline for stroke victims, their families and carers may be cut following a review of adult voluntary sector services.

A prayer rally for peace was held this week in response to the shocking death of Hosam Eisa, 20, who was stabbed outside The Brewery last month.

A dog has been grounded for a “very long time” after she went on an adventure lasting three weeks.

A 68-year-old heart attack survivor says his 30-year fight to make his home more accessible continues.

High-rise residents worried about the safety of building have been offered reassurance by the leader of Havering Council.

With shock, horror, sadness and heartbreak people woke up to the news that a huge blaze engulfed a tower block in west London.

A mum-of-three is hoping to equip parents with the skills and knowledge needed to prevent their children becoming involved in crime.

“If you think you know your children, think again,” said a mother who organised a knife-crime conference.

Tech-lovers and digital leaders will attend an event to mark the official launch of an innovative centre on Monday.

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