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A man who was rescued from a drain in Romford, crawled for hours through the Romford sewer system, calling out desperately for help.

A well-known American songwriter and singer will be performing songs from his first album as part of his 40th anniversary tour.

Parliament has approved a funding settlement that will see a substantial funding increase for Havering Council in the coming financial year.

A no-nonsense comedian whose sole purpose is to make audiences laugh, will be bringing his new tour to Hornchurch.

Havering’s 10 most expensive properties each sold for more than £4 million last year, data reveals.

The rescue of a man from a drain by police, has led to further speculations about how he managed to enter the Romford sewer system.

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The Brownies of Harold Wood donated useful items to Harold Hill Foodbank at their local Tesco’s foodbank collection bin.

Fundraising has begun for a new memorial to be installed at the site of a First World War camp in Gidea Park.

Havering housing benefit applicants’ waiting time is just below the national average, data shows.

A police officer who spent a year recovering after a stroke, wants people who have been in the same situation to, “not give up and push through their boundaries.”

Young performers will be bringing a topical and challenging story about teenagers fleeing North Korea to life in Upminster.

A man was rescued after he was found trapped in the sewer system beneath Brentwood Road.

Havering’s biggest businesses came together to celebrate their achievements at a special award event.

An up-beat jive and swing band who were semi-finalists on Britain’s Got Talent, will be performing in Romford as part of their anti-drugs campaign.

A Gidea Park resident is concerned that a new pavement laid by Havering Counil on Balgores Lane is too wide and will cause an accident.

Havering Council flies the pride flag from Town Hall after calls from campaigners for LGBT History Month to be celebrated in Havering.

A primary school in Romford is celebrating a positive Ofsted Report, after an inspection in January.

An up and coming rapper will be donating all the proceeds from his new song to Mind, a mental health charity.

Havering residents struggling with mental health issues are invited to take part in performance and creative art workshops to help improve their wellbeing.

After years of planning and work, the Sapphire Ice and Leisure centre finally opened its doors to the public this weekend, offering a range of activities for Romford residents.

Academics came all the way from Denmark to experience the range of innovative computing and technology being used at a Romford primary school.

A Havering theatre company will be performing a classic tale of forbidden love set in Japan in the 1940s.

A Queen’s Hospital patient was delighted to be reunited with her lost teddy after dedicated hospital staff set out on a mission to find the special bear.

Crowds gathered outside the Sapphire Ice and Leisure Centre to be the first in line to enter.

An eco-friendly community centre for residents of Havering opened to the public today.

Children brought smiles to the faces of the elderly at an Advinia Healthcare care home this week.

Councillors will review the results of their budget consultation and a proposed increase in council tax at a cabinet meeting next week.

A woman has been hit by a bus outside Romford station, this morning.

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