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There are severe delays on the M25 at junction 29 with the A127 towards Romford after an accident this evening.

An animal welfare campaigner has issued a warning after a cat was decapitated in Barkingside this weekend, following a similar attack on a cat in Romford last year.

A woman has died after a house fire that took hold in the early hours of this morning in Hornchurch.

Faulty overhead electric wires between Manor Park and Romford means trains between Stratford and Romford are being delayed by up to 25 minutes, or cancelled.

There is queuing traffic on the A13 into from Rainham Marshes to Barking.

This CCTV footage shows the moment burglars broke in to Next in Romford.

A woman has inspired residents to donate more than £6,000 to the hospice which provided her end-of-life care.

It’s your last chance to sign up to Sunday’s Santathon in aid of Saint Francis Hospice.

Whether you have a front page story, an event you would like to promote or simply want to chat, come and meet a Recorder reporter at our weekly surgery.

One of the two Pentonville prison convicts who has links to Havering was arrested in Ilford last night, police have said.

A woman decided to dump her ex-boyfriend’s belongings from her car after a row over the phone, the court heard.

After he broke his wrist in an accident at school, 16-year-old Laurence Wilson asked the surgeon who operated on him for work experience.

The Metropolitan Police have urged the public to remain calm over claims of “killer clowns”, but admit they expect reports of sightings to increase as Halloween approaches.

The traditional view of hospices as places of doom and gloom is fast becoming outdated as the care they provide for patients is expanded and the atmosphere transformed.

For 74 years, the Hornchurch and Upminster Sea Cadets has offered young residents the opportunity to sail the world and pick up invaluable life skills.

Reducing stress and anxiety can feel impossible at times, but a yoga teacher in Upminster says she can help residents find inner peace.

Members of a running club are celebrating and recovering after their heroic efforts in a 24-hour endurance challenge.

Members of a running club are celebrating and recovering after their heroic efforts in a 24-hour endurance challenge.

A Slimming World group in Hornchurch is calling out for new members.

Junior doctors are proposing further all-out strikes which will see them walk out from 12 to 16 September, between 8am and 5pm, with more industrial action expected to follow.

A campaign group says it has been inundated with complaints following an increase in flights over part of Havering.

“We all have thoughts and worries about yesterday, today and tomorrow.

There was joy at Brittons Academy, Ford Lane, Rainham, as students received their results this morning.

After weeks of waiting, pupils were able to collect their GCSE results today from Drapers Academy.

Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls is celebrating their best results in five years.

The headteacher and students at Redden Court School are celebrating their “best ever” GCSE results this morning.

Pupils at Hall Mead School were delighted this morning to discover that they had exceeded the national targets set by the government.

The headteacher of Raphael School is celebrating as his students achieved 100 per cent A* to C grades at GCSE, including English and maths.

Students are already celebrating and teachers are joining in, as they received their GCSE results this morning, which have improved from last year.

Students, staff and parents have been celebrating at Bower Park Academy today after receiving their GCSE results.

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