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IVF treatment, boob jobs and weight loss surgery are some of the NHS treatments that could be axed in the borough to save £55million under new proposals.

The Dualers have been announced this week as the second headline act for the Havering Show.

There are severe delays on the TFL Rail line and the London Overground due to power supply problems in the Romford area.

A hairdresser is going to conquer her fear of heights with the help of her mother in law to raise money for a local charity.

This weekend, house and techno DJ Max Chapman will be headlining at Sankeys East to perform an energetic eight-hour set.

A school’s netball team brushed away the competition to win a tournament at The Copper Box, in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, on Saturday.

Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want to trace in connection with a violent assault.

One of the borough’s favourite pubs reopened last week following a £300,000 refurbishment.

Havering Council has been shortlisted for an award for being the best all round small business-friendly borough in London.

Boxing is one of those sports we all like to think we could be good at with a bit of training as we imagine ourselves knocking people out left, right and centre.

A housebuilding company has made a £1,000 charity donation to help people suffering from an incurable chronic auto-immune disease.

At some point in our lives we all have to deal with the death of a loved on and often the real struggle is trying to move on from the grief.

For most people turning 30 is a daunting prospect as we are forced to finally grow up, in theory, and start taking adult life more seriously.

Judy Murray came to Gidea Park on Thursday, March 9 to deliver a training workshop to teach parents how they can help their children develop their tennis skills.

A young female publican has taken over a previously run-down down boozer and hopes to transform the venue into a community hub with the help of her friends.

A car crashed into the front of a house this afternoon causing considerable damage to the three storey property.

A young sailor will be holding a pop-up greeting card sale to raise funds to take part in a transatlantic tall ship race with an female crew.

A cancer patient from Romford has become the first person to have his surgery live tweeted around the world.

The classic comic play Blithe Spirit is on show in Havering this week and is set to leave audiences in stitches.

Havering Council has been sounding out development firms as they seek to find a partner to get involved with their £1billion housing regeneration programme.

The organiser of a bridalwear charity fundraiser is already planning for her second after the ‘great success’ of her first event.

Businesses in Rainham have overwhelmingly voted in favour of continuing the London Riverside Business Improvement District (BID).

The Havering Antiques Collectors Club is the borough’s premier place for antiquity enthusiasts. The club is looking forward to its biggest year yet with a range of guest speakers set to deliver talks at monthly meetings throughout the year.

This week, Hornchurch author Emeka Egbuonu picks his top 10 all-time favourite tunes.

Peer pressure can be a major social issue for teenagers and can lead to them making bad decisions which could affect them in later life.

One of Romford’s favourite watering holes is set to reopen next week following a £300,000 refurbishment.

Three bungling burglars have been caught on CCTV trying to break into a residential property in Collier Row.

A change in the way business rates are calculated could see small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) bills increase by 45per cent.

Local politicians are divided over how to proceed with leaving the EU following amendments to Article 50 in the House of Lords.

A shop specialising in school uniforms has reopened in a new location as it seeks to expand.

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