September 17 2014 Latest news:
Havering’s MPs expenses totalled more than half-a-million pounds last year.
A disabled Hornchurch mum has made a desperate plea for help with one of the most everyday activities – getting her son to school in the morning.
Havering Council’s growing investment in tobacco companies has been condemned by health campaigners as “ethically and morally unacceptable”.
A protest group is warning that the council’s budget will “disproportionately impact on the most vulnerable” as the cabinet reduced the sum its proposed cuts are expected to save by £15million.
Havering Council’s growing investment in tobacco companies has been slammed by health campaigners as “ethically and morally unacceptable”.
A panel member from Havering’s youth offending service has spoken out against what he believes was its “disastrous” outsourcing to Barking and Dagenham Council (BDC) last year.
The leader of Havering Council has confirmed that the bill for councillors allowances will be reduced as the borough works to make savings of £60million.
Romford MP Andrew Rosindell’s famous 4x4 emblazoned with the Vote Conservative logo was snapped parked in a disabled bay in central London.
Havering’s cabinet members have unanimously backed budget proposals to cut £60million of services and to increase council tax by 2 per cent annually over the next four years.
Parliament’s summer recess came to an end on Monday, and Romford MP Andrew Rosindell wasted no time getting his questions in after the six-week break.
The 89-year-old mother of Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has spoken of the “shocking” moment she was pulled by strangers from her burning car on the A127 in Harold Wood.
Blue badge fraudsters were targeted in a joint operation by the council and the police last week.
Thousands of adults cannot afford to fly the nest, according to a new report that documents the number of people continuing to live with their parents into their 30s.
A man riding a quad bike was rushed to hospital and is in a “critical but stable condition” after he hit a telegraph pole and received serious head injuries yesterday.
A drugs minister and a parent charity have slammed claims by a controversial Havering councillor that easing drug laws would see people become users to get help – just like single mothers with social housing.
A mum will lead a protest outside Parliament against immigration laws that prevent partners from outside the EU being granted a visa unless the British citizen earns more than £18,000 a year.
A young girl who relearned to walk, talk and smile at a children’s charity while recovering from a brain injury has celebrated by attending her Year 6 leaver’s prom.
MP Jon Cruddas has demanded an explanation from Havering Council after a memorial was left hidden by scaffolding on the centenary of the First World War.
A rising star of the stage has secured a scholarship to study at one of the country’s top music and drama schools.
An abandoned training centre that has sat empty for six years is set to be transformed into 38 new homes and a community centre, netting the council £3million.
A councillor is “delighted” that he has been cleared of making “insulting and racist” remarks at a town hall meeting about residents of Havering and Newham as well as a council officer.
Chaos descended on Havering Town Hall during the public sector strikes last Thursday as eight councillors found themselves trapped inside the building after a meeting, setting off an alarm in the process.
Improvements to Gallows Corner will be discussed with TFL bosses at a meeting later this year.
A restaurant boss has been banned from being director of any business for the next six years the Home Office has ruled after he was found employing three illegal workers.
More than 25 Havering schools are closed or partially closed today by a public sector strike which is also disrupting council services and the fire brigade.
Runners from all over the country descended on Hornchurch Country Park to take part in London’s first 24-hour off-road race last weekend.
Angela Hutton writes about the Scout’s summer camp spent in a traditional Welsh mining town
Across the UK football fans are thrilled by the start of the football season as some of the world’s top footballer’s return to the field to kick off the UEFA Europa League.