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December 6 2013 Latest news:
An extra £2million is being plunged into the new Romford swimming pool and ice rink to keep the project afloat.
A colleague of the councillor at the centre of a bitter race row has accused Havering’s ruling Conservative group of manufacturing the controversy as a distraction from its major job-shedding proposal.
More footage has emerged of Cllr Jeffrey Tucker’s angry rant at a legal officer following a meeting that approved the merger of back-office services at Newham and Havering councils.
This video footage shows the incredible moment a councillor was physically restrained by members of his own party as order at a Havering Council meeting dissolved.
A Havering Council meeting last night descended into chaos as members attempted to discuss a motion for Cllr Jeffrey Tucker to apologise for “disturbing” remarks about white and non-white Newham and Havering officers working together.
Newham has “filthy” streets and unwashed windowpanes, a councillor said during this week’s cabinet meeting.
An estimated 65 jobs could go at Havering Council across services like payroll, HR and recruitment if a deal with Newham is voted through cabinet this week.
A three-year housing strategy highlighting affordable housing and tackling homelessness in the borough has been agreed by cabinet.
Havering Council’s cabinet has approved 6,000 new street lights across the borough in an attempt to slash electricity bills.
Havering Council will be expressing an interest to join a business rate pool with three other councils.
Havering Council built the lowest proportion of affordable houses of all the London boroughs in its target for 2010 to 2012, new research shows.
A retro film fan has held on to a video tape borrowed from Romford Library for almost 19 years.
A charity is ho ho hoping to have raised more than £15,000 when more than 500 people dressed as Father Christmas for the fifth Santathon run in aid of Saint Francis Hospice.
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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