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A woman has been taken to hospital after a three-car pile up on the A127 in Upminster this morning (Monday, January 22).

Two 20-year-olds from Chadwell Heath and Goodmayes have been charged in connection with a robbery in Southend on Saturday (January 20).

Around 30pc of women in Havering aged 25-49 are not getting smear tests when invited, according to worrying figures from the borough’s healthcare experts.

The National Trust is urging any past or present Havering residents to share their memories of Rainham Hall during the 60s.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

The London Borough of Havering have for decades paid more for our services than inner London areas who have received much larger grants from central government, compared to outer London areas.

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

Police in Hertfordshire are appealing to members of the public in Havering for help in tracking down a wanted man they believe is in the Romford area.

Havering Council has appointed a preferred bidder to deliver new regeneration projects aimed at rejuvenating the borough’s housing stock.

More than one in four children finishing primary school in Havering are obese, shocking new data has revealed.

Pioneering senior nurses at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust (BHRUT) have been inspired by a Hollywood film to start the country’s first nurse mentoring service.

Upminster Station car park, the area around Romford Station and the Romford Matalan are all expected to be added to a list of sites Havering Council believes developers will build upon in the next 15 years.

Rats swarming in and out of bin bags, roaming confidently across front gardens and gnawing their way through fences – that is what residents of one Rainham street have found themselves up against.

Havering’s councillors look set to brand Sadiq Khan’s increased housing targets for the borough “unacceptable, unachieveable and unsustainable” at a meeting later this month.

Havering Council cabinet members are set to discuss a proposed £30million grant from the GLA to pay for more affordable housing in the borough over the next three years.

It has been a long and winding road to this point, but Romford’s new leisure centre and ice rink is finally set to open, five years after the town’s ice rink closed its doors.

Armed officers and a police helicopter were called to Upminster this morning (Saturday, January 13) after numerous reports of gunshots being heard on a residential street.

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

A brave young barmaid is preparing to take on the Brentwood Half Marathon on March 18 to raise money for Saint Francis Hospice.

One of Romford’s leading care homes has been celebrating a successful Christmas that saw it offer much needed to support to lonely members of the community.

A man has been stabbed during a fight in Rainham this afternoon (Friday, January 12) that ended with London’s air ambulance being called.

A long-serving councillor who has represented Hornchurch for almost 25 years has left his group and joined the Conservatives.

As of this week, the entrance to the emergency department at Queen’s Hospital has moved.

Just 129 people responded to Havering Council’s public consultation on its housing plans for the next 13 years, a new report has revealed.

The leader of Havering Council is calling for a judicial review of the decision to close a swathe of the borough’s police buildings, branding a public consultation held on the proposals “unlawful”.

Here is a list of all the pharmacies across Havering that are open on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day this year.

A coroner described the death of a 23-year-old motorcyclist in a “catastrophic” crash as “a lesson for car drivers and motorcyclists alike” at an inquest today, Friday December 22.

Wondering weather a white Christmas could be on the cards? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

The family of a former Romford footballer received an unexpected early Christmas present this week when they were presented with a pristine copy of his first managerial contract.

A charitable firm that has been teaching Havering children vocational skills will be closing for good on January 2.

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