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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Essex Police are appealing for help tracing a man from Hornchurch they would like to speak to in connection with a robbery in Brentwood.

Scouts have been left confused and saddened, after the club’s van was stolen following a Remembrance Day service.

Havering supported the Roundheads against Charles I, says Prof Ged Martin

A 19-year-old from Romford has been arrested after a high speed chase down the A12 in Brentwood early this morning ended with a footchase involving a police helicopter and dog unit.

A look back at the biggest local stories from this day 20, 40 and 60 years ago.

Top entrepreneurs from east London, Kent and Essex scooped awards at Archant’s annual Thames Gateway Business Awards tonight in Canary Wharf.

A £1.3m scheme that will help restore the borough’s unique biodiversity and heritage has been agreed by Havering Council.

“St Leonard’s should have been idyllic,” says Paul Connolly, a resident of the former Hornchurch children’s home where sexual abuse was rife.

The vast majority of hospice care takes place in the community – at homes and day centres – rather than in the hospice.

A look back at the biggest local stories from this day 20, 40 and 60 years ago.

In this special heritage long read, Prof Ged Martin looks at the career of Gus Hartley, the first headmaster of the Royal Liberty School.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

Cake-lovers have been glued to their screens every Tuesday night for the past few weeks, as everyone’s favourite family show, The Great British Bake Off has made its comeback.

The 19th century Havering elite travelled to London on the Norwich Phenomena and the Ipswich Quicksilver, writes Prof Ged Martin

The sacrifice of a police officer brutally murdered while on duty 90 years ago this week was commemorated with two separate services at the weekend.

Detectives from Essex Police are still hoping to trace the owners of this jewellery and distinctive box, which were recovered from a house in Romford and are believed to have been stolen.

A Seven Kings doctor has spoken of her horror after she was told by police a man who hurled Islamophobic abuse at her would likely only receive a warning.

As schools reopen for the new term, Prof Ged Martin focuses on the woman who gave her name to one of the borough’s best

The family of a former Harold Hill man who died after being assaulted outside a pub in Brentwood have paid tribute to his ‘incredible zest for life.’

Littering and fly-tipping is a blight on our communities. Picture: KEN MEARS

A carer went above and beyond her role when she saw that her 99-year-old client’s garden was overgrown and ants were spreading into her kitchen.

A search is underway for a man who it is believed made his way into an empty church on Saturday and caused hundreds of pounds of damage to religious statues.

Pupils at the Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls were left “shocked and overwhelmed” after receiving their A-level results this morning.

Two burglars from Havering have been jailed for their part in an organised scam that saw a family melt down approximately £1.4m of stolen gold jewellery.

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