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The beauty salon in Hornchurch was visited by two undercover investigators after it was seen to be offering tooth whitening treatments on its Facebook page.

Health and education inspectors have praised some aspects of Havering’s services for children with special educational needs (SEN), but conclude there is still room for improvement.

More than 275,000 people are battling high blood pressure across east London, and last month saw health agencies across the capital unite to take part in May Measurement Month to try to tackle the problem.

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The new deputy mayor of Havering, who was elected as an independent on May 3, has defended his decision to join the Conservatives after being subjected to a wave of personal abuse.

Havering’s schools are set to benefit from a £22million boost in funding to create additional spaces for children with special educational needs, the Department for Education (DfE) has revealed.

A Hornchurch secondary school is changing its name to mark what its headteacher described as “an exciting new chapter in its history”.

Havering Police are appealing for the public’s help tracing a man wanted in connection with an assault that saw a mini-cab driver’s nose partially bitten off.

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Havering Council has issued £55,000 in penalty notices to rogue landlords across the borough over the last two months.

A stretch of the A127 between will be closed overnight between Gallows Corner and Squirrels Heath this weekend and the next as Transport for London (TfL) continues installing the new Ardleigh Green Bridge.

A group of residents held aloft placards and chanted “Tories out” outside Havering Town Hall last night (May 24) amid claims some independent councillors were “betraying voters” by propping up a new Conservative administration.

Conservative group leader councillor Damian White has been named the new leader of Havering Council after a tense Town Hall meeting last night (Wednesday, May 23).

A local charity supporting children with autism says two of its youth clubs in Romford and Rainham will have to close at the end of this month after Havering Council “slashed” its funding.

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Police officers have recovered two weapons from the scene of a mass brawl that took place outside a Rainham secondary school this afternoon (Friday, May 18).

One of London’s largest property developers has unveiled a huge new development in Roneo Corner that would deliver 234 new homes for Havering’s families and first time buyers.

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The outgoing leader of Havering Council has praised his minority Conservative administration for “keeping the ship steady” for the borough’s residents over the last four years.

A murder investigation has been launched after an 85-year-old woman who lived alone was found dead in her Romford home with serious injuries.

Emergency services have closed off part of a residential road in Romford after a woman in her 80s was found dead inside a house.

Havering’s re-elected Residents Association councillors believe they have a chance to form their own administration and take control of Havering Council away from the borough’s Conservatives next week.

A stretch of the A127 between will be closed overnight between Gallows Corner and Squirrels Heath for the next two weekends as Transport for London (TfL) continues installing the new Ardleigh Green Bridge.

Two councillors with a combined 24 years of Town Hall experience between them are set to go head-to-head in the race to be named leader of Havering Council.

The most dangerous Tube stations across the capital are all in east London, new figures obtained from Transport for London (TfL) have revealed.

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A man whose car was spotted speeding on the M25 in Cranham has been fined more than £1,800 for continuously failing to respond to police letters for more information on the incident.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has unveiled plans to ban junk food adverts on the capital’s trains and buses in a bid to crack down on “the ticking timebomb” of child obesity in the city.

The newly-appointed headteacher of a Hornchurch secondary school has vowed to strengthen links to the local community and keep up a strong record of good exam results.

The Mayor of London’s office has revealed it is calling in plans for a huge 2,900 home development in South Hornchurch that was denied planning permission by Havering Council last month.

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