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December 22 2013 Latest news:
A paedophile from Romford who engaged in repeated sexual encounters with a 14-year-old girl after grooming the teenager on social networking sites has been jailed.
Baseball bats, walking sticks and metal bars are just some of the items being kept as impromptu “weapons” by Havering householders living in fear they may become victims of a break-in.
The dad of killed Romford soldier Kirk Redpath, a schoolfriend of Woolwich murderer Michael Adebolajo, has called for his son’s former classmate to be executed.
Romford murderer Michael Adebolajo, who asked to be known in court as Mujaahid Abu Hamza, was a dedicated jihadi already on the radar of the British security services when he killed Lee Rigby.
A former school caretaker from Brentwood has been charged by police on suspicion of sexually assaulting a teenager several years ago.
Romford man Michael Adebolajo has been found guilty of the brutal murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
These people could hold vital information about a tube assault that left an Ilford woman needing hospital treatment for a broken nose and sprained wrist, and during which a Hornchurch man was headbutted.
These are the faces of 30 people Havering police are trying to trace.
Robbers and burglars may be getting off “scot-free” because police are recovering CCTV footage for just a fifth of crimes, a Havering councillor has claimed.
Civilian “super-recognisers” are being urged to help lock up burglars.
Minority Report-style predictive crime mapping is being used by Havering Police to tackle the borough’s ongoing burglary plight.
There is an average of 172 burglaries a month in Havering.
A landlady locked herself upstairs whilst “fearless” burglars smashed apart five fruit machines in her pub – this was the second raid in the area in half an hour.
Plans for next year’s centenary of the start of the First World War will be unveiled at a council meeting.
A man in his 70s reversed a car at slow speed into a house in North Street, Romford on Tuesday afternoon.
Christmas arrived at Langtons Infant School in true festive fashion when Father Christmas arrived and set up his own grotto last week.
People took time out to reflect, remember and celebrate loved ones no longer with us when Saint Francis Hospice held its Light up a Life services.
Stephen Ingall, secretary and promotions officer of the Havering CTC (Cyclists’ Touring Club), talks about his group.
It all started when an elderly lady in a care home told him she had walked out of a Buckingham Palace garden party in a huff because she was not going to meet the Queen.
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