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A woman was thrown into a betting shop window after a car, allegedly driven by an elderly driver, crashed into her this afternoon.

A shop that has served parents and their children for generations is set to close after 65 years.

A woman who lost her brother in a tragic accident 27 years ago is desperately trying to raise cash to give him a fitting memorial.

Members of the community held in high esteem by their peers were given worthy honours at a prestigious award ceremony last week.

People from all generations and corners of the community came together on Saturday to celebrate Vaisakhi – a Punjab festival and birth of Khalsa.

Detectives are appealing for information after two boys were attacked with a baseball bat and one stabbed three times.

Conservative candidate Andrew Rosindell kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday.

A man appeared in court on Monday charged with grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent.

In an attempt to save lives and deter drivers from breaking speed limits, new sentencing guidelines came into effect yesterday.

After a busy career catching crooks a former police officer continues to make sure houses stay safe by fitting burglar alarms.

Campaigners who believed they were successful in thwarting plans for a controversial cemetery next to a golf course, are once again fighting proposals.

A mum-of-two has warned a political party against taking voters for granted by selecting election candidates not familiar with the area.

A voluntary service that was borne out of a sincere passion to see practical needs met within the community continues to go from strength to strength.

Treating poorly parrots, sickly snakes and ailing alligators is all in a day’s work for vet William Lewis.

This week, Karen Thomas of Hornchurch, picks her top 10 favourite tunes for running as she prepares for the London Marathon.

Fun activities on a green that people are trying to protect from housing development, will see residents and friends enjoy a day of amusement.

A teenager has been praised for helping an elderly woman at a shopping centre.

A premium doughnut retailer has announced it is set to open a store in the Liberty Shopping Centre.

The extraordinary commitment of a team of volunteer life savers has been recognised with a Civic Award.

The borough’s current Year 11 pupils face change this summer as they sit the new-style GCSEs.

An MP has accused the prime minster of “flip flopping” over her decision to call a snap general election on June 8.

A West Ham United Football Club mentor who has witnessed first-hand the pressures young people face has pledged to pound the streets of London on Sunday.

A 17-year-old girl became the English national karate champion for her age and weight during the Easter holidays.

The council’s community warden service celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its first patrol this week.

The mayor of Havering fulfilled a life-long ambition on Wednesday when she was taught a special promise by a group of young girls.

The snap election announced by Theresa May yesterday, has been approved by MPs.

The number of pubs across the borough has fallen by 20 per cent since 2001, according to statistics released today.

A teenager who suffers from a debilitating condition enjoyed an evening of laughs on Tuesday, with some of the country’s top comedians.

The borough’s MPs are as divided in their response to Theresa May’s snap general election announcement as the infighting alluded to in her speech this morning.

In just under two years, Britain has had one general election, one referendum, two prime minsters and faces the prospect of a third.

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