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A boating enthusiast whose dream of owning his own vessel was ruined by Brexit has set up the country’s only boat sharing website.

When you go for a massage you expect to feel a) comfortable, b) relaxed and possibly c) a bit groggy if you’ve fallen asleep on the table.

The Women’s Institute has been around for more than 100 years but it still struggles to shake off the image that it is all about jam and cake.

Nearly 200 students were screened by nurses over two days to check if any of them are at risk of cardiac arrest.

Morgan and West’s shows are unlike anything else you’ll find going on the magic circuit.

A man who was at The Brewery shopping centre yesterday when a 20-year-old man was stabbed to death has said he thought it was a “terror attack”.

A man has died and four people have been arrested following a stabbing in The Brewery Shopping Centre car park this afternoon.

Fire crews spent nearly an hour tackling a blaze in an outbuilding attached to a derelict pub this afternoon.

This week, Katherine Ferguson, who played Dusty Springfield at Brookside Theatre, Romford, last week, picks her 10 favourite tunes.

The H90 Joggers will pay tribute at their annual inter-club race to member Paul Freedman, who died in February at the age of 92.

Following the success of his debut novel, Harold Hill author Nick Barrett has followed it up with a sequel which is as wacky as the first.

An admin assistant will be swapping the cityscape for the mountainscape this summer when he bids to climb three peaks in 24 hours in memory of his grandad.

Foster carers play a crucial role in giving children from difficult backgrounds a safe environment to grow up in.

More than a dozen green fingered cubs got their hands dirty and helped root out unwanted weeds in the gardens of Brunswick Court sheltered housing scheme.

A number of professionals and experts delivered a range of talks around safeguarding children from issues like gang violence at a secondary school conference last week.

A former engineer in the city who bought a bike and joined a cycling club only six months ago is planning to ride 100 miles in aid of charity.

Actors from some of the West End’s biggest shows will help deliver acting courses for children who love performing during the half-term holidays.

Historical plays usually conjure up images that we associate with specific periods - such as knights and the middle ages.

An artistic pensioner has raised £300 for Saint Francis Hospice by selling her creations to friends, family, doctors and nurses.

This week, the stars of Queen’s Theatre’s Educating Rita Danielle Flett and Ruairi Conaghan pick their all-time favourite tunes

Four thrilling plays featuring young performers come to Queen’s Theatre next week as part of the National Theatre’s annual Connections festival.

The Havering Numismatic Society (HNS) was established in 1967 and in June the group’s members will celebrate the club’s 50th anniversary.

There are not many pop culture icons that are cooler than Dusty Springfield.

A father and son who deal in antique military memorabilia have unearthed one of only two known flags from the Defence of Hougoumont during the Battle of Waterloo.

A primary school invited a special celebrity guest to help pupils to create a long lasting piece of art.

A dog owner whose pet was attacked by another dog on Saturday afternoon has warned of the threat posed by unruly and aggressive animals.

A father enjoyed a pleasant surprise when he took his family on a day out to Woburn Safari Park and was given the VIP treatment for becoming the park’s 20 millionth visitor.

A nurse who had never before competed in a race let alone a marathon has raised more than £2,100 for Richard House Children’s Hospice.

As the dust settles on the London Marathon and participants tend to their aches and pains now is the time to acknowledge the charitable efforts of Havering’s many runners.

A boxing legend came to Romford on Saturday and proved to be a real knockout with shoppers.

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