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Met Police officers have safely detonated explosive devices after being called to an address in Plough Court, Broadis Way where a man was threatening to shoot himself.
A son has said he has “no confidence” in Queen’s Hospital due to the care received by his 86-year-old mother while being treated for a chest infection.
Residents have returned to their homes after police firearms and explosive officers were called to an address in Rainham.
Residents have been evacuated from their homes after police firearms and explosive officers were called to an address in Rainham.
Trembling hands, a lack of balance and impaired vision – these are just some of the problems the elderly have to cope with every day.
This week in history – 60, 40 and 20 years ago.
You’ve seen cinemas of the rooftop, drive-in and hot tub variety – now a Scout group has come up with a new way to watch your favourite film.
Midfielder departs following expiration of contract
Veteran Collard shines with ball
Hammers new goalkeeper Darren Randolph had the quietest of debuts for West Ham
Upminster suffer last-ball defeat
Squad travel to Lancashire
Hussain and Khan shine in first win
County to host ICC World Cricket League event
A promise of an amazing colourful production which will leave anyone with a skip in their step awaits those who wish to see the latest show to hit the stage of the Queen’s Theatre.
Self proclaimed “Southern girl” Lisa Mills will give the Fairkytes Arts Centre, in Hornchurch, one of the first outings of her fascinating new album.
The challenge for any director taking on one of William Shakespeare’s great works is re-imagining a text which has been read, absorbed and performed an infinite number of times.
Queen’s Theatre’s new artistic director has said is “thrilled” to have the opportunity to build on its rich history.
Iconic sounds are set to bring a theatre to life as tribute acts prepare to pay homage to their idols.
We’re giving away a free Summer Festivals Guide with every copy of today’s Recorder.
There have been many strange gig locations since The Beatles played on the roof of Apple Records in 1969.
Click on the banner above for full coverage of the centenary commemorations of the outbreak of the First World
A school challenged their pupils to become enterprising individuals as they took on the national 90kg Rice Challenge.
Good times with Greenall’s, a Great British gin sponsors Great British racing.
Summer is finally here, and what is the number one holiday location in the UK during the warmer months? Cornwall, of course!