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December 8 2013 Latest news:
A dying pensioner was left without heating in her Harold Hill council flat for more than a week following a gas meter mix-up.
Today is the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
A gruelling 700-mile chairty rickshaw cycle has been completed by a 16-year-old Upminster girl and her father - in just eight days.
A 17-year-old girl has beat the bullies by setting up her very own YouTube channel which already has thousands of subscribers in just a few weeks.
A fitting welcome home was given to a Hornchurch man when he finished a gruelling 6,000 walk on Saturday.
Closures due to scheduled engineering work on the Underground have been confined to the early mornings this weekend.
In the wake of Nelson Mandela’s death, Havering residents and politicians have been reflecting on the life and legacy of the former South African president.
Three real reindeer have visited Romford ahead of the festive season to the delight of families across the borough.
Witnesses have described the horrifying moment they saw a blood-soaked man stumble into a Harold Hill street for help after suffering a stab wound.
An anti-bullying theatre workshop at a Harold Hill primary school aimed to teach children about the different forms of the problem.
A man was arrested this morning in relation to anti-Semitic messages on Twitter following the Tottenham v West Ham match on October 6.
When left virtually paralysed due to terminal motor neurone disease, giving up can seem like the only viable choice.
A Romford man accused of murdering Fusilier Lee Rigby told detectives he was involved in a “war between the Muslims and the British people”.
Havering’s children can now send their wishes to Father Christmas via a green postbox in Romford Market Place.
The NHS trust which operates Queen’s Hospital in Rom Valley Way has been recognised for its commitment to caring for people with dementia.
Revellers will be targeted in a two-pronged attack on violence, sex crime and anti-social behaviour over the Christmas period by Brentwood action teams.
Young people wanting to make the step into politics were told “you can do it” by a member of the Brooklands Labour Party Action Team on Tuesday.
When Karen Hales was told she needed a mastectomy to remove a breast cancer tumour, little did she think she would be getting her kit off in public just months later.
An incredible £230,000 has been paid out by Havering Council by mistake for bills already settled in the last two years.
An extra £2million is being plunged into the new Romford swimming pool and ice rink to keep the project afloat.
A charity is ho ho hoping to have raised more than £15,000 when more than 500 people dressed as Father Christmas for the fifth Santathon run in aid of Saint Francis Hospice.
Stephen Ingall, secretary and promotions officer of the Havering CTC (Cyclists’ Touring Club), talks about his group.
It all started when an elderly lady in a care home told him she had walked out of a Buckingham Palace garden party in a huff because she was not going to meet the Queen.
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