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Born and bred in Havering and a former Redbridge council leader, Keith Prince, wants to stand up for the two boroughs.
An NHS worker and a mother expecting her second child, Labour’s London Assembly candidate, Ivana Bartoletti, wants to send a message of “trust and hope”.
Zac Goldmsmith has been chosen as the Conservative Party candidate for the 2016 London Mayoral elections.
An internal fraud scandal at Havering Council shows no signs of letting up as eight more workers have been caught committing scams.
A hairdresser has proved she really is a cut above the rest by picking up a prestigious industry award.
It seems the Corbyn effect has reached the Tory heartland of Havering, with a surge in Labour party membership since his leadership campaign started.
Private sector landlords could be regulated in Havering if plans are rubber stamped.
As well as building 1,000 new homes, the council plans to buy back some properties sold to residents through the Right to Buy scheme.
Ambitious plans to build 1,000 new council homes within 10 years were passed by councillors last night.
Andrew Rosindell proposed a 10-minute rule bill in Parliament yesterday, calling for control and sovereignty for the UK’s borders to be restored.
Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has said he would be “very happy” to teach the new Labour leader the words to the national anthem.
Havering’s meals on wheels service could be binned after the council revealed it has been operating at a loss for four years.
Mr Prince was chosen to fight the Havering and Redbridge seat last night after receiving more than 50 per cent of votes from local Conservatives.
A former council leader and a technology entrepreneur are among the Conservative hopefuls vying to be the Conservative London Assembly candidate for Havering and Redbridge.
She may have been born in Italy, but Ivana Bartoletti is a proud Londoner.
Almost 100 complaints were made about Havering Council in the last year, a new report has revealed.
The Labour Party has selected Ivana Bartoletti to stand as its candidate for Havering and Redbridge in next year’s London Assembly elections.
Roger Evans, Havering’s representative in the London Assembly for 15 years, will call time on his political career in May.
The borough’s first micropub is no closer to pulling its first pint after it was stopped from opening on a temporary basis.
Fast food fans in Romford rejoice - McDonalds in South Street has reopened – and its got futuristic.
Andrew Rosindell chose to celebrate 25 years of public services with a “star-studded” knees up at London Zoo.
Havering has joined five other local authorities in an alliance that plans to “speak up for north east London”.
Six Havering Council staff have been sacked in the last year for taking too many sick days.
A flea ridden rescue dog is about to start her new life as a sniffer hound with Essex Police.
An “exciting” 20-year plan for Romford and the spending of £3million in TfL funds dominated the Havering Council cabinet meeting last night.
A judicial review will be held into Havering Council’s decision to tax severely disabled people.
Top council chiefs are plotting to extend the back office merger between Havering and Newham to include joint-working with Bexley, the Recorder can reveal.
Benefit cheats have stolen almost £1.5million from cash-strapped Havering Council over the past year – and 34 of its own workers have also committed fraud.
Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has apologised for a “stupid mistake” after “accidentally” claiming £30 on expenses for funeral flowers.
His own son may have told him he “used to be famous” but Ed Miliband was recognised by some eagle-eyed youngsters on a visit to the Houses of Parliament.
Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has launched a campaign to have a mobile breast cancer screening unit for Havering residents moved to Romford.
A former Ukip councillor who left the party in mysterious circumstances was sacked after impersonating a building inspector, the Recorder can reveal.
Costly plans to celebrate the Queen becoming the longest-reigning monarch by renaming an estate could go ahead despite widespread outrage – including one woman writing to Her Majesty herself.
New homes and jobs in Rainham, the Romford leisure development and the departure of the children, adults and housing group director were all discussed at last night’s full council meeting.
MPs are “caught in the middle” over “unacceptable” plans to increase their wages, according to Dagenham and Rainham MP, Jon Cruddas.
A pioneering project targeted at patients suffering several long term illnesses, to prevent additional pressure on A&E, is being carried out in Havering.
Ukip councillor Philip Hyde has resigned from the party and will now sit as an independent.
A pensioner, who could become homeless, has appealed for more provision be made for elderly people who are forced out of privately rented accommodation.
‘You would think we were selling crack cocaine instead of a glass of ale.’
The attractive streets of Havering are being turned into eyesores as fly-tippers dump mountains of rubbish in roads and green spaces – leaving tax-payers to foot the clean up bill.
Train services from Shenfield to London Liverpool Street will be run by TfL from May 31.
Charity workers are warning of an impending homelessness crisis as new figures reveal Havering Council has drastically missed its housing targets.
Last night’s annual meeting of the council saw Cllr Brian Eagling be elected as the new Mayor of Havering.
Beer aficionados waiting patiently for Havering’s first micropub will have to wait a little longer to fill their glasses.
Plans to tackle the “growing problem” of properties which house multiple tenants have been given the go-ahead.
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