September 24 2014 Latest news:
A teen rock star has made it through to the regional finals of a national singing competition for the second time.
Police are appealing for information about these two men wanted for questioning in connection with a betting shop burglary.
A Dagenham mum-of-two is one of the first to be prosecuted for “education tourism” after she forged documents to get her daughter into a Havering school.
Rail users are dissatisfied with the information provided by train companies when services are delayed and cancelled, according to new research.
The leader of the Havering Residents’ Association has resigned from post and party and will lead an eight-strong team into a coalition with the Conservatives, creating an overall majority in the process.
Specialist officers are on the hunt for a man in connection with a rape in Romford on Saturday morning.
Updates on disruption to roads and train services:
A criminal gang is stealing high-value 4x4s using laptops and iPads to break into them remotely before making a rapid getaway.
The Hammers have announced that they have already sold a third of their executive boxes at the Olympic Stadium as the transformation continues
Journey-inspired instrumental album that certainly nails its hypnotic nature, but for the right reasons?
The doors of 18 of Havering’s most fascinating buildings swung open to reveal their secrets to the public this weekend.
Angela Hutton writes about the Scout’s summer camp spent in a traditional Welsh mining town
Whether you’re heading off on a coach trip, cruising along the Rhine or jetting off to distant lands, there’s nothing better than delving into a good book while away on holiday.