July 31 2014 Latest news:
A 6-year-old girl was so concerned about the lives of ducks after her mum read her a Recorder article about the council’s advice that bread can kill that she took matters into her own hands.
This week in history - 60, 40 and 20 years ago.
A passionate storm chaser braved winds and heavy rain to capture photographs of the lightning storm that hit southern England.
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A man was killed after he was struck by a train at Shenfield railway station, Brentwood, yesterday (Tues).
A fuel leak has caused a collision between a car and a lorry causing two lanes to be closed on the M25 in the Brentwood area.
A 41-year-old man must undergo drug rehabilitation after he pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining nearly €1,400 from a bureau de change.
A 23-year-old man must pay £400 after he pleaded guilty to beating a woman.
Police fear cars are being stolen to order after two Jaguars worth a sum of nearly £70,000 were stolen from the Brentwood area in four days.
An accident on the M25 has caused a 16-mile tailback queuing past Brentwood’s Brook Street Roundabout.
A generous nine-year-old is preparing to get on her bike as she continues to fundraise for her friend who was diagnosed with a terminal illness two years ago.
Overnight lightning strikes led to huge delays for passengers travelling between Romford and central London this morning.
An aspiring rock star has been given the chance of a lifetime after he was put through to the grand final of a national singing contest.
A teenager who had a lucky escape when a lamppost fell on her car in heavy winds has received more bad news after waiting four months to hear from the council’s insurance company.
The vetebra Richard Moore cracked when he collided headfirst with a wall during a game of squash was “the one they break when they hang people”.
The NHS is encouraging people to register to donate their organs and speak to family members about their wishes.
Brentwood is set to benefit from three new multi-million pound transport schemes being undertaken in South Essex.
We want Recorder readers to decide who deserves to be crowned the winner of the Retailer of the Year category at the Havering Business Awards 2014.
Having grown up a stone’s throw from Gidea Park train station, a world-renowned scientist has gone on to save millions of lives across Africa with his low-cost sanitation technologies.
The new council leader is proposing that a Boris bike-style scheme should be introduced for councillors and officers in Brentwood – and be named Barry’s Bikes.
At 11 years old, Emily Kinder seems an unlikely driving force leading a two-year-old campaign to improve road safety outside her Upminster school.
The force was strong around Harold Hill this weekend as Star Wars fans flocked to meet Darth Vador actor David Prowse.
Treasurer Anita Audritt talks about Hare Park Badminton Club.
It has been 50 years since Hornchurch Fire Station opened its doors and to mark the occasion they have invited the whole community to celebrate with them.
Grand Union Brixton have teamed up with Rekorderlig to host the #SpiritofSummer between Thursday 7th and Sunday 10th August.