Neighbours have spoken of their horror after a house under refurbishment collapsed this morning, saying it looks like a “bomb has gone off”.
Havering is getting 170 new affordable homes as part of a project that also includes a befriending scheme and broadband for sheltered housing
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust (BHRUT) hospitals are to receive a full Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection this week.
A house in Collier Row has collapsed this morning.
Updates on disruption to roads and train services.
The Havering Visitor Centre will close its doors for good on Friday.
A teenage girl has died after she was hit by a car on Friday.
Fundraisers braved the cold to gain a glimpse of what life is like for homeless people.
Members of the RMT union are set to strike on Saturday evening in the latest industrial action over the sacking of a colleague who failed breath alcohol tests.
A 15-year-old boy was arrested last night on suspicion of possession of a firearm following a stabbing in Elm Park.
The council stands to make thousands of pounds after changes to nighttime parking were made official.
Council CCTV staff will now have direct access to police radios.
An MP has branded new figures detailing reports of hundreds of crimes at a hospital as “shocking”.
An unemployed youngster has missed out on job interviews because phone network Vodafone has provided no signal in her area for five months.
Controversial plans to build a multi-faith cemetery next to a popular golf course have been rejected by Havering Council.
A council van promoting legal parking has been spotted parking illegally on two occasions.
The council has breached the Data Protection Act and is in contact with the information commissioner.
Only 27 fire engines will operate across the capital at a reduced service.
Girls across the world are taking a vow of silence to show their support for women whose voices can’t be heard and a Harold Hill school is joining them.
Children became acquainted with their latest furry friends as they welcomed the new additions to a school this week.
Two metre mosaic based on drawing by year 5 student.
Fifty students at a Hornchurch school made the huge trip to Germany and Poland during last week’s half term in memory of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
A curtain was drawn on an era when 111-year-old Harry Patch drew his last breath in 2009.
Residents vowed they would “fight again” if plans to open a nightclub on their doorstep are resubmitted.
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Climbers are leaving a big mess on the world’s highest peak.
Family talk of devastation as police find body parts in hunt for missing teenager.
Police have released the video as they work to track down Alan Cartwright’s attackers.