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Throughout 2016 the Recorder is running a mental health awareness campaign with Havering Mind. This week Emma Lake spoke to events co-ordinator Ciaran White about his experience of body dysmorphic disorder.

Seven men, including one in Hornchurch, have been arrested and four tonnes of toxic waste removed after two fuel laundering plants were discovered in Essex on Wednesday.

Shoppers cast their votes and now staff from the Mercury Mall’s best shops have walked down the red carpet and received awards at a glitzy ceremony.

A pioneering emergency care trial directed between 50 and 60 patients a day away from A&E in a bid to focus resources on those in need of urgent care.

West Ham legend Tony Cottee opened a new betting shop in the The Liberty shopping centre on Saturday.

Havering parks have been awarded a record 11 Green Flags sparking celebrations during Love Parks Week.

Looking for work in marketing and PR? There are currently five positions available in Romford on Jobs24.

One man was arrested on suspicion of fly tipping and criminal damage as travellers were moved on from Oldchurch Park early this morning (Friday)

A group of travellers were moved on from Oldchurch Park, Oldchurch Road, Romford, in the early hours of this morning by police.

A teenager has been awarded £8.5million in compensation after errors during her birth left her with a catastrophic brain injury.

What keeps you up at night? Spiders, the dark, the undead?

If it’s the later then a zero budget horror movie filmed at Romford’s The Mercury Mall could have you quaking in your boots.

Looking for work in the construction sector? There are currently 12 positions available in Romford on Jobs24.

A father drove two teenagers to safety when a armed man on a motorbike threatened to “cut them up and kill them”.

Havering will be hotter than Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona today with the mercury set to hit 33C.

Hundreds of women walked under the stars in their pyjamas to support Saint Francis Hospice on Saturday.

A severe weather warning has been issued as forecasters predict heavy showers and thunderstorms across the south east tomorrow.

A hospice is “thrilled and delighted” to have been rated outstanding by health inspectors.

It’s not everyday you spot a musical cast shimmying down a supermarket travelator, but that’s exactly what surprised shoppers this weekend.

For two weeks people arriving at Queen’s Hospital’s A&E department who do not require emergency treatment will be redirected to other health providers.

Brexit, floods and homework were the topics debated in this week’s Time 107.5FM paper review today.

A long-awaited new school has applied for permission to spend its first year in the grounds of an existing Hornchurch primary school.

Looking for a new job? Here’s a guide to some of the highest paid job opportunities currently being listed on Jobs24 in Romford.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has given Andrea Leadsom his backing to become the next leader of the Conservative party and Prime Minister.

A man pictured wearing a T-shirt that read “Yes we won! Now send them back” has been lambasted by people across the country.

Businesses are being given an extra week to bid for award success.

Veterans joined dignitaries and cadets to march through Romford town centre on Saturday.

Looking for work in the education sector? There are currently 12 positions available in Romford on Jobs24.

Hundreds gathered to watch musicians fill a Romford mall with song on Saturday as the latest round of Summer of Sound saw eight contestants selected for the next heat.

A man accused of stabbing a football fan to death in a Hornchurch pub will face a retrial, after the jury failed to reach a verdict yesterday (Friday).

Brexit, floods and homework were the topics debated in this week’s Time 107.5FM paper review today.

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