April 24 2014 Latest news:
A dog rescue centre may be forced to close if it cannot raise a considerable sum of money by tomorrow evening to pay off a legal settlement being brought by a former volunteer.
Police warned the public to avoid the wrong unmarked police car after one was stolen from outside a sleeping policeman’s house.
Tonight is the anniversary of a tragedy that came to Romford and Hornchurch which left the local population shocked and horrified.
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.
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?”.
Three people were jailed today after their conspiracy to rob cash from transit vans was foiled by a police sting operation.
Havering needs a “better quality” of councillor than Cllr Jeff Tucker, according to The Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales.
Talk of moats and we think of castles, drawbridges and portcullises, besieged by knights in armour with battering rams.
With house prices soaring and fears of a worse housing bubble forming than the one before the last recession, the Recorder asks why should anyone move to Havering?
A writer has published a novel about growing up in 1960s Havering in a world of changing fashion, music – and violence.
Police are hunting a man wanted in connection with a serious assault in Brentwoood in which a woman was left with a fractured cheekbone.
Up to 100,000 flyers “warning” Havering residents of the merger of back office services with Newham will be distributed by the leader of the Independent Residents’ Group.
A man in his 80s had cash stolen from his home by a distraction burglar and police are appealing for witnesses of the incident.
Children as young as six months who want to pirouette their way into Swan Lake when they are older can learn the basics, thanks to Babyballet.
Heartless thieves broke into a foodbank last week, stealing donated goods used to feed hungry families.
A postman who threw away hundreds of letters at a recycling waste depot was spared jail.
Towie star Joey Essex joined bereaved young people for a “Onesie Walk” fundraiser for a charity close to his heart.
A 22-year-old postman has admitted stealing 1,500 letters destined for people in Essex.
Thousands of pounds of jewellery and electronic items have been from a Shenfield home.
Four people were injured when a lorry collided with three vehicles in a lay-by in Brentwood yesterday.
Four men have been charged with thefts from Brentwood town centre stores.
Romford businesses got together for a good cause at a fundraising event.
Secretary Nicola Harris talks about how her club is shaking up the image of the WI.
Spring has sprung and the countdown to the summer holidays is on, so Villa Plus is helping with the preparations by offering one lucky winner the chance to get their hands on an all-new Kindle Paperwhite.