Two men, both in their 20s, were stabbed in two separate attacks just a few minutes apart late last night.

A person has been hit by a train at Ilford station this afternoon, with trains cancelled earlier as emergency services responded to the incident.

A man has been arrested after running from and assaulting police officers who pulled over a car in a busy residential road last night.

Liverpool are last visitors to London Stadium this season

West Ham boss gives striker his backing

On this week’s East London News Review podcast editor Lindsay Jones and reporter Matt Clemenson join Time FM’s Steve Allen to talk otters, housing and the Grand National.

Three men from Romford have been arrested on suspicion of murdering a 19-year-old in Redbridge during a raid in the early hours of this morning.

An adolescent mental health unit that treats Havering teenagers has been rated good three months after reopening in the wake of a negative inspection last year.

The A13 out of London was closed for more than an hour this morning following a collision between four vehicles.

Editor Lorraine King and reporter Matt Clemenson joined Time FM’s Steve Allen to review last week’s biggest stories on Friday.

Essex county police are appealing for information to find a 17-year-old with links to Woodford and Romford who has been missing for three weeks.

Last week, the Recorder received a behind-the-scenes tour of the borough’s A&E department in Queen’s Hospital.

Reporters Hayley Anderson and Matthew Clemenson joined Time FM’s Steve Allen for this week’s paper review to discuss the Hornchurch explosion and the week’s other stories.

There is heavy traffic on the A12 this morning as a result of a car crash earlier.

Political protests and an important petition were the main topics of conversation on today’s weekly paper review podcast with Time 107.5’s Steve Allen.

Nurses across the borough now have the opportunity to be trained in both mental and physical health simultaneously in a ground-breaking new training scheme.

Businesses from across east London and Essex came together to honour the winners of the Thames Gateway Business Awards 2016 on Friday.

Last night businesses from across east London and Essex came together to honour the winners of the Thames Gateway Business Awards 2016.

This year’s Thames Gateway Business Awards ceremony, the highlight of the business calendar throughout east London and Essex, is taking place tonight.

It has been confirmed by emergency services that the person who died after being struck by a train at Chadwell Heath station yesterday was a 41-year-old man.

A look back at the biggest local stories from this day 20, 40 and 60 years ago.

The people of Romford might just get a chance to talk to the departed when Derek Acorah comes to town tomorrow.

Vulnerable patients at risk of hanging themselves were not kept safe by the borough’s mental health trust, an inspection has found.

A long-awaited memorial plaque to a Pc murdered in the line of duty 89 years ago today was finally unveiled this weekend.

Those in need across the borough can hope for a little more support with the launch of a new care programme.

Pupils at one of the borough’s largest faith schools will have been rubbing their eyes in disbelief when they returned to class this month.

Firefighters were called to a derelict pub on two separate occassions last night to find different areas of the building’s first floor on fire.

A grieving mother whose newborn daughter died when she was just 12 days old after contracting whooping cough has urged other parents to be vigilant.

The owners of the borough’s first micropub will be raising a glass after finding out their beloved drinking den has earned a prestigious accolade in its very first year.

A new bus fare that allows passengers to take a second journey for free within one hour of tapping in has proven a success.

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