April 19 2014 Latest news:
When children fly the nest, or retirement prompts a move to the countryside, the stresses of the moving process can often act as a barrier.
West Ham forward Dylan Tombides has died at the age of 20 after his fight with testicular cancer.
Having trouble sleeping? Maybe having your phone or your tablet on your bedside table isn’t helping, because over-use of mobile devices is contributing to what is dubbed “a nationwide epidemic” of insomniacs by experts.
Police dogs sniffed out two schools in unannounced inspection for illegal drugs.
A girl of seven has taken to fundraising like a duck to water and pulled in hundreds of pounds for charity.
Police are warning the public not to pull over if requested by the driver of a blue Skoda Octavia with flashing lights as it could be driven by an imposter.
Mindless yobs vandalised a nature reserve’s 18th century walled garden and set fire to a carved wooden bench during a late night onslaught.
The revelation that cars can hurtle past a school at 60mph prompted one mum to ask the council “do you want to kill my child?”.
A mother has made a desperate plea to thieves who stole her mobile phone containing all of the photos of her young children.
Three people were jailed today after their conspiracy to rob cash from transit vans was foiled by a police sting operation.
Services to Shenfield, Southend Victoria and Chelmsford were affected by the fault, which left only one line open instead of two.
Staff at the Tesco supermarket at Gallows Corner were in the pink last Friday as they took part in a Race For Life Pink Day.
Co-operative Funeral Care Romford made a donation of clothes and other essential items to the Broadway Homeless charity earlier this month.
Three men have been arrested following a pit bull attack on a minicab driver in Collier Row last week.
A false alarm near Ilford station caused train delays and cancellations this morning.
The chairman of the Romford Conservative Association (RCA) continued the war of words with Ukip this week, saying he relished the challenge of party defector Alby Tebbutt.
Havering needs a “better quality” of councillor than Cllr Jeff Tucker, according to The Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales.
A “grapplethon” raised more than £1,600 for an anti-bullying charity on Saturday.
Saint Francis Hospice is thanking all of the people who ran the London Marathon on Sunday on behalf of the charity.
After two redundancies, Amanda Jenner picked up a brush and started a new career which has helped various women feel good about their appearance along the way.
Project manager Tracey Lurton talks about her work with people who have learning disabilities.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.