As young people opened their A-level results last Thursday there was the inevitable mix of emotions. Many were pleased and secured the grades they needed to study at the university they wanted.

Police in Havering are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing 43-year-old woman from Rainham.

As young people open their AS and A-level results, Childline is offering support to those worried about their results.

More good news on the health front this week as the hospital trust has another milestone to celebrate.

Havering Council has appointed a new development chief to lead on its ambitious regeneration plans for the borough.

A new challenge to help residents waste less food and save themselves money has been launched.

The fantastic news about the success of little Nathan Box’s brain operation should warm everyone’s heart.

A man who conspired to burgle dozens of homes across east London and Essex alongside his girlfriend has been jailed for six years.

Finalists in the Mercury Mall’s Modelsearch competition 2017 have been announced.

A shocking 738 households in Havering are living in temporary accommodation. Eight of those are in hostels.

Granted, Havering led the way when it came to Britain leaving the EU but the borough divorcing itself from London is a whole different matter.

As a local newspaper, our job is not only to inform our readers about what is going on in Havering, but it is also to listen to them and to help them fight.

This week we celebrate a fantastic achievement by Broadford Primary School – winning of the title of Primary School of the Year in the prestigious TES Schools Awards.

Few of us could run a marathon at 41, let alone at twice that age.

How low must criminals be to break into a charity shop which is raising money for a children’s hospice?

Music wafted through Langtons Gardens as 1,500 people enjoyed a summer concert yesterday (Sunday, June 11).

Kinda’s schoolwear shop is just one that has been forced to close this year. Picture: KEN MEARS

If all the tension and drama of polling day has left you a little confused, here’s the Recorder’s guide to what you can expect as the 2017 general election comes to a climax.

Following the spate of stabbings last month, sadly resulting in the death of a young man at The Brewery, residents were quick to call for more police action.

Dogs and their owners descended on Hornchurch Country Park for a Woofs and Walkies Dog Show on Sunday, June 4.

As voters prepare for June 8, here’s a guide to what happens when the polling ends...

Peguy Kato is holding an anti-knife march through Romford following the stabbing of her son. Picture: ELINOR HOSKINS

Think you know Havering? Take our quiz to find out whether you can recognise its parks.

Following the terror attack in Manchester on Monday, the chief executive of Havering Council urged people “not to let this atrocity divide our communities”.

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A car was driven into a group of students outside Havering College, injuring one.

Two teenagers have been charged with the murder of a 20-year-old man found with a stab wound at The Brewery, Romford, on Thursday, May 18.

Last week we focused on the fears that a planning application to demolish a popular community centre and replace it with four houses would be approved by the council.

Work will begin on Monday on improvements to the Drill roundabout in Gidea Park.

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