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A man wanted in connection with a burglary in Brentwood has links to Romford, Barking and Dagenham.

A Romford man is facing jail after he admitted killing a grandfather from Dagenham who was beaten to death in a row over a set of keys.

Residents are being urged to only use A&E as a last resort while the annual winter pressure causes an increase in patients.

A top midwife has spoken of her shock at being acknowledged by the Queen in the New Years Honours list.

The amount of revenue Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust made from car parking fees has been revealed today.

A Pc who sprayed CS gas in the face of a handcuffed prisoner has been sacked by the Met Police.

GPs in Havering will stop prescribing over the counter sleeping tablets, sunscreens and anti-malarial medication as part of a £3.75million cost-cutting drive.

Rail operator c2c is to roll out new carriages with more seats and standing room – but it will take up to four years.

The frustration of trying to find a seat on a packed train could be a thing of the past thanks to a new platform board.

The case has been dismissed against a man from Upminster accused of plotting to murder a 46-year-old who was shot dead on the driveway of his home.

Police are using a special spray to “tag” moped-riding criminals or a stinger device to stop them getting away following a surge in offences across London.

Night Tube drivers are set to be balloted for industrial action in a dispute over their career progression.

Two men have been jailed for a total of 27 years for the brutal killing of a man who was beaten and stabbed 13 times.

Detectives have released shocking CCTV footage of a man’s car being rammed in Dagenham before he was chased down the street and stabbed to death.

C2c have been named as the best performing train operator in the UK during May.

Armed police have raided several flats in Barking today in connection with the London Bridge terror attack.

A fly-tipper from Upminster who dumped 36 tonnes of asbestos-contaminated rubble on a street in Beckton has been given a suspended jail sentence.

A talented teenage writer from Romford has scooped a literary prize from the University of East London’s (UEL).

A radiographer who was suspended for six months for being unprofessional with her patients has had her term increased to a year following a review.

The sentencing of a fly-tipper from Upminster who admitted dumping 36 tonnes of asbestos-contaminated rubble on a street in Beckton has been delayed.

An angler from Romford has been fined for illegally fishing in Dagenham.

A fly-tipper from Upminster could be facing jail after he admitted dumping 36 tonnes of asbestos-contaminated rubble on a street in Beckton.

A married couple from Romford have been charged with drug offences after police raided an address in Dagenham.

A Hornchurch man has been convicted of hurling racist abuse at a woman wearing a headscarf at Stratford station.

A serving police officer has been charged with perverting the course of justice following a road crash in Mile End.

A teenage boy has been charged with the murder of a 21-year-old from Barking who was stabbed to death in Lewisham.

A deadly AK-47 Kalashnikov is one of 83 weapons handed in as part of the Met’s week-long gun amnesty.

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