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One of the country’s oldest Air Training Corps has celebrated its 80th anniversary in true airforce style.

A campaign group is urging the council not to profit from wrecking the planet..

Children with learning disabilities are missing out on eye tests and the NHS is dragging its heels dealing with it, a charity said.

A campaign calling on victims of unwanted sexual behaviour to report offences to police no matter how small launched today.

The number of robberies carried out in the borough has more than doubled in the last two years, Met crime figures show.

The National Health Service is calling for people to put forward the names of Windrush generation NHS workers for awards celebrating their contributions to the UK.

A top cop has vowed not to take his foot off the gas in a battle against burglaries after declaring a recent crime wave “under control”.

Pensioners who dubbed themselves the “Loopy Walkers” have hit the borough’s paths and byways as part of a 150 mile fundraising hike – around the M25.

The NHS non-emergency helpline is sending an increasing number of people to emergency services, raising concerns about extra strain on A&E departments.

Transport for London has issued travel advice ahead of the London Marathon with four days of strikes set to hit the Docklands Light Railway.

Workers at a Tesco distribution centre in Dagenham have voted “overwhelmingly” to take industrial action in a pay dispute with bosses.

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local elections to protect the borough’s parks.

Havering has the fourth highest teenage pregnancy rate in London, figures show.

A charity helping refugees make friends with British citizens to help them overcome loneliness has launched an urgent appeal for volunteers.

There were 209 serious incidents at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust in two years, the latest figures show.

Havering has one of the lowest average house prices but householders are paying one of the highest council tax rates in the capital, according to a study.

A hard hitting film aimed at stamping out sexual harassment on public transport has been released today after figures show reports have doubled in a year.

Delays remain on A13 following crash

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Delays remain on the A13 westbound between Lodge Avenue flyover and Wennington interchange.

Two lanes on the A13 Canning Town flyover are closed eastbound and the westbound route is reduced to one lane after an oil spill causes severe delays.

Police have launched an investigation after a 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a Tube train.

A young dad-of-three who was killed in a crash was laid to rest this afternoon.

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