August 20 2014 Latest news:
It is not just the First World War that is marking its centenary this summer.
A teenager who bottled a man in the face at the Romford dogs track walked free from court today after insisting he acted in self-defence.
A campaign to save a “run down” mini-golf course will launch next month after residents clubbed together in support of the attraction.
A 27-year-old woman was allegedly raped in Harold Hill in the early hours of Friday.
Residential landlords are being warned to check that they are paying the right taxes on their properties following the announcement that the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) plan to recover unpaid money.
A brand new tanning salon welcomed a footballing legend and potential customers to check out the new premises before officially opening to the public.
Lightning struck a school hall packed with 45 children in a day of storms that also saw an elderly couple escape a bolt that penetrated their bedroom.
A tattoo shop is due to donate a day’s takings to charity after its manager’s baby was stillborn.
A former Havering College drama student is swinging his way to the jungle after he bagged a role in the new Tarzan movie.
An elderly couple avoided being struck by lightning when it punched through their roof and went straight into their bedroom, a firefighter said.
Committee member John Foxen talks about his group’s love of music.
A D-Day hero has been awarded the highest honour that can be bestowed by the French government.
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