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A Serco prison custody officer attacked inside Blackfriars Crown Court on Monday has died.
A judicial review will be held into Havering Council’s decision to tax severely disabled people.
Readers have continued to rally around the Recorder’s Fundraise on the First campaign, raising a fantastic £25,556 so far.
A heroic shop worker brought a woman back from the dead by performing CPR in a packed high street – just weeks after passing a first aid course.
The family of a 14-year-old boy missing from Rainham is “growing increasingly concerned” for his welfare.
Chicken lovers are in a flap over the closure of Romford’s KFC, which has fried it’s last thigh as of today.
A prison officer from Romford is in critical condition after being attacked outside Blackfriars Court.
Tucked away in a corner of Upminster Park are two unremarkable brick buildings, their green facades so worn that few passers-by will have given them a second look.
Green-belt land could be sold for housing as soon as work is finished restoring it to its former glory after years as a landfill.
The trust that runs Queen’s Hospital remains in special measures as A&E waiting times are below targets and outpatient services are struggling to meet demand.
A petition of 3,000 signatures was presented to staff at Queen’s Hospital on Wednesday thanking them for their work.
A hospital foyer buzzes with activity, ropes weaving through the air and shoes tapping as skippers jump.
Havering Council has written to supermarkets across the borough threatening fines up to £140 if they do not collect trolleys which have been abandoned.
A water main burst with such force this morning that the pavement and road were “lifted”.
Top council chiefs are plotting to extend the back office merger between Havering and Newham to include joint-working with Bexley, the Recorder can reveal.
Benefit cheats have stolen almost £1.5million from cash-strapped Havering Council over the past year – and 34 of its own workers have also committed fraud.
A creative teacher has helped the children in her school increase their love of books and stories with an activity-filled reading week.
His own son may have told him he “used to be famous” but Ed Miliband was recognised by some eagle-eyed youngsters on a visit to the Houses of Parliament.
A newlywed couple have been fined for taking their daughter out of school – so she could watch them get married.
From the heartbreak and loss experienced on the Home Front in the First World War, to the history of Romford Market, Havering Museum connects the community with the rich heritage which is all around us.
Clarence Barrett arrived with his own clubs and ball – clearly he was taking my golfing challenge seriously and it wouldn’t be a walk in the park, so to speak.
This week in history – 60, 40 and 20 years ago.
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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!