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Drapers’ Academy pupils were lauded by the school’s headmaster for the positive results they achieved in this year’s A-levels.

The performance of this year’s A-level cohort at Campion Sixth Form has left the school’s headmaster “extremely proud” of their fortitude in the face of adversity.

Coopers’ Company and Coborn School pupils are celebrating a tremendous year of A-level successes.

Police officers were called to Romford Station this afternoon to reports of ‘a large fight’ outside.

Two burglars from Havering have been jailed for their part in an organised scam that saw a family melt down approximately £1.4m of stolen gold jewellery.

A Havering dance instructor will be representing the borough at the finals of a nationwide beauty competition after charming her way through its early stages this weekend.

No high street in Havering can lay claim to a more charming book shop than Upminster thanks to Swan Books.

An Irish gangster charged with murder is to be extradited back to his home country after being caught in a late night police sting in Romford in June.

The trial of a man from Harold Hill accused of indecently assaulting a child under the age of 14 is due to begin at Snaresbrook Crown Court later today.

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

A Hornchurch milkman has been feted as an everyday hero for the small acts of kindness he performs on his daily milk round.

The time has come for users of one bustling high street to have their say on plans to move their local post office.

A blogger who only learnt to swim four years ago is getting ready to take on one of the biggest challenges of her life – swimming to the Isle of Wight.

Residents say they have had enough of piles of rubbish abandoned at a derelict pub that has stood empty for more than a year.

A dance instructor is hoping her message of body positivity and a healthy lifestyle will help carry her through to the finals of a nationwide beauty contest.

A Romford cafe that officers say has been operating as “a de facto pub” illegally is applying to Havering Council to be able to sell alcohol.

A family of jewellers will spend a total of 20 years behind bars for their part in “an organised gold scam” involving stolen jewellery worth £1.4m.

Three fire engines were called to a busy high street earlier this lunchtime after a fire broke out above a busy parade of shops.

Shopkeepers in Rainham Village are celebrating after a proposed expansion by Tesco was turned down by Havering Council, but have warned against complacency.

Havering residents received more than £26,000 in compensation from companies they had long running complaints against last year, new figures reveal.

A group of Havering sea cadets is set to benefit from the generosity of a supermarket’s customers for the next twelve months.

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

Police officers were called to a busy high street yesterday afternoon after an alleged shoplifter who had been apprehended caused a disturbance.

A 100-year-old great-grandmother marked her first three figure birthday in style, surrounded by friends, family and firefighters.

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

Two men arrested in connection with the shooting of two men at an alleged illegal rave in Romford on Sunday morning have been released.

A man in his 90s has been left “chuffed” by the impressive size of his annual rhubarb crop this summer.

A man has been jailed for five years for his part in a late night crime spree that began when two cars were stolen in Harold Hill in June.

Not enough was done to shut down an alleged illegal rave where two men were shot and another stabbed this weekend, angry residents claim.

A driver had a lucky escape in the early hours of Sunday morning when they walked away unscathed from a crash that had left their badly damaged car on its roof.

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