A severe weather alert has been issued by the Met Office warning of severe cold weather and icy conditions in the south east.
Vandals are “destroying” a hospital used by war veterans and amputees.
Havering Council is cracking down on fly-tippers – including those duped by fake waste collectors.
Romford’s Ukip candidate Gerard Batten has reiterated his belief that Muslims should sign a code of conduct to prove they are not terrorists when entering Britain.
The war of words has begun in the Romford MP battle with Ukip candidate Gerard Batten and Tory MP Andrew Rosindell trading insults.
Angry residents blighted for more than two years by industrial noise roaring from a steelworks at the bottom of their garden have described a fine slapped on the firm as “like a Tesco shop to them”.
Devolution to east London will be discussed by nine borough bosses later this month, according to the leader of Havering Council.
A noisy Harold Hill steelworks that has spent months blighting the lives of its neighbours has been fined for operating too late at night and early in the morning.
Plans to build a solar farm capable of producing enough electricity to power nearly 5,000 homes have been rejected by councillors.
Councils across England face an average to their spending power of 1.8 per cent – but Havering hasn’t yet worked out precisely how badly it will be affected.
The manager of Romford Greyhound Stadium has defended the track over claims it has the worst dog injury record in the country.
Spitting in Havering could soon mean coughing up something very different – £80.
Members of the public are to get their say on the future of Havering after councillors agreed to consult on its local plan.
A “weather bomb” has been causing carnage across the country – with wintry gales due to hit London tonight and tomorrow (Thursday).
Further arrests have been made following a police investigation into an Essex-based escort agency.
Cllr Ron Ower has possibly the most convoluted title in local government, but his vision is very simple.
Russian sanctions and tensions in the Middle East were dragged into last night’s full meeting of Havering Council, where councillors rejected calls for a council tax referendum.
Up to 2,000 people could be out of pocket due to a Havering Council blunder caused by “teething problems” in a new system.
Demolition of the last tower block on a once crime-ridden Rainham estate started today.
It was lights, camera, action for students who produced a Question time-style debate that was beamed live around the world online.
Proposed cuts to the borough’s youth service and cultural amenities were brought to the forefront at a public meeting last night.
A 75-year-old activist who was once arrested for tying a chain across Oxford Street has returned to the scene for a funeral-style protest – featuring a “Dutch style die-in”.
A councillor turned into a knight in shining armour after he received a phone call from a man stricken in plummeting temperatures earlier this month.
MP Andrew Rosindell has removed a far-right organisation’s “honey trap” post that posed as a poppy appeal from his Facebook.
Jon Cruddas MP donned a blindfold and boarded a bus to support a charity campaign to improve transport access for the visually impaired.
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Google handed over information on Wikileaks staff to the US government, but kept it a secret for three years.
And it’s a thumbs up from Rev Libby Lane.
Man shouted “not in my name” when the congregation were asked if it was their will that Rev Libby Lane be ordained.
Radical leftist party Syriza has triumphed in the Greek elections so what now.