August 1 2014 Latest news:
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.
A decision on a “masterplan” redevelopment that would see the closure of a popular public swimming pool in Rainham has been deferred.
A high street retailer has been busy collecting cash for a war heroes charity.
The force was strong around Harold Hill this weekend as Star Wars fans flocked to meet Darth Vader actor David Prowse.
England’s largest child abuse charity has accused the courts of failing to protect children after a man convicted of raping a girl remained free to work as a photographer.
Tributes have been paid to community stalwart Michael (Mick) Fury who has died at the age of 78.
“We are humans in the wrong time.” This sentiment portraying the loss and heartbreak incurred by the First World War is a central theme in Queen’s Theatre’s spectacular Paper Planes, which tells the life story of Sutton’s Farm aerodrome pilot William Leefe Robinson.
Train tickets are being accepted on buses and tubes after a man was killed by a train at Romford Station.
Dagenham & Redbridge boss Wayne Burnett insists any decision over whether striker Rhys Murphy stays with the League Two club is in the hands of the board.
Clarke wary of meeting with basement boys
Everyone’s favourite bequiffed dance-pop delight is back - and giving it both barrels on this sophomore LP.
The force was strong around Harold Hill this weekend as Star Wars fans flocked to meet Darth Vador actor David Prowse.
Angela Hutton, from Third Gidea Park Scouts, reports on the club’s recent activities
It has been 50 years since Hornchurch Fire Station opened its doors and to mark the occasion they have invited the whole community to celebrate with them.
Grand Union Brixton have teamed up with Rekorderlig to host the #SpiritofSummer between Thursday 7th and Sunday 10th August.