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In the last 50 years of the 19th century, the Victorians built 18 bridges over the Thames. Since 1950, there have been only three.

Vandals are “destroying” a hospital used by war veterans and amputees.

A bomb squad this morning blew up a suspicious package left on a ramp outside the Liberty in Romford town centre.

A Romford eBay trader “cashed in on tragedy” today when they sold a print of the controversial Charlie Hebdo front cover.

Havering Council is cracking down on fly-tippers – including those duped by fake waste collectors.

An eBay seller from Romford is looking to cash in on the hype surrounding the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo.

No rail services are running between Romford and Upminster because of a broken down train on the short line.

Firefighters had to free an injured woman in the aftermath of a serious crash on the A12 last night.

They think it’s all over... well, it perhaps isn’t quite, thanks to a Havering care charity.

Commuters were hit this morning by delays and cancellations to District line and Greater Anglia services.

Angry residents blighted for more than two years by industrial noise roaring from a steelworks at the bottom of their garden have described a fine slapped on the firm as “like a Tesco shop to them”.

2015 marks 50 years since the London Borough of Havering was dragged kicking and screaming into existence – but how has it grown up?

A gang of armed men charged into a family home, stabbing a dad-of-four and punching his daughter as they resisted a violent burglary.

A noisy Harold Hill steelworks that has spent months blighting the lives of its neighbours has been fined for operating too late at night and early in the morning.

It was found in the ground coated with paint and tar, and forgotten about for 30 years – but it’s the remembrance a fallen soldier deserves.

A business consultant at a charity aiming to equip young people for the world of work has spoken out about the “significant deprivation” in the borough.

New York, Verona, St Petersburg... Romford: not a list you’ll regularly see, but thanks to the efforts of a young playwright an appropriate one.

Hundreds more patients are being made to wait more than 30 minutes in ambulances queued outside A&Es at Queen’s and King George, according to new figures.

A Hornchurch restaurant gutted by a fire earlier this year has been voted the best takeaway in Havering – in a London Fire Brigade (LFB) survey.

Young and old turned out for a morning of carols and memories at a Harold Hill care home today.

It’s a cause that unites the borough’s youngest and oldest businesses, from shopping centres to independent retailers, trend-setting vintage stores to traditional jewellers.

“You wouldn’t want to eat one, really – I’ve tried about four and even I don’t like them.”

Christmas just got a whole lot better – thanks to a Havering bakery chain.

It’s a festive staple for most, but a basic Christmas dinner is out of reach for much of the borough’s most disadvantaged.

Two men were arrested and a woman was knocked down by a bus in a night of drama outside Romford station last week, it has emerged.

Christmas kicked off at Romford’s Queen’s Hospital this week with a visit from local football stars.

Firefighters were called to flooding in Romford this morning.

Traffic is delayed on the M25 at junction 28 following a crash.

The son of Dave West, the Romford barrowboy turned Soho club owner killed on Friday, is set to appear in court today charged with his father’s murder.

The son of Dave West, the Romford barrowboy turned Soho club owner killed on Friday, appeared in court yesterday charged with his murder.

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