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There were 264 acid attacks carried out across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge in the last three years, new figures have shown.

A Transport for London (TfL) funded programme which proposes to introduce new safety measures, looks likely to be given the green light next week.

Street lamps are something we now take for granted but Richard Loveard looks at how they have changed over the past 200 years.

A “family-orientated” former mayor who helped to serve his community for almost 40 years, has sadly died at the age of 90.

Havering has thrown its hat into the ring for the Mayor of London’s Borough of Culture initiative and residents can play a part.

Do you think Havering deserves to be lauded across London for its proud cultural heritage? If so, Havering Council needs your help applying for a special award.

Tom Loizou hoping improving side won’t slip up at Ship Lane against basement club in the Bostik North

The leader of Havering Council has questioned the borough’s continued involvement in the tri-borough policing pilot as a result of plans to close local police stations.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

Haringey Borough’s Anthony McDonald scored two late goals to secure a well deserved win over Romford on Monday night.

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The community is showing its true value

A teenager arrested in Barking in connection with the London Bridge terror attack is to remain in police custody after a warrant for further detention was granted.

After the revelation that two of the London Bridge terror attackers came from Barking, the Met have revealed that the third man shot dead by police was also from east London.

“Shocked and saddened” were the words used by Havering Council’s chief executive in response to Saturday’s terror attack at London Bridge and Borough Market.

Two more addresses – one in Newham and another in Dagenham - are being investigated by police in connection with the London Bridge terror attack.

Seven people have died and more than 40 are injured following an attack on London Bridge last night that police are treating as a terrorist incident.

Havering Libraries’ Local Studies and Family History Centre in the Central Library provides an excellent starting point for you to research Havering’s history and to begin your own family history.

Still signs Romain

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

New Daggers front man will hope to be latest in long list of striker to flourish under Still

Borough boys chasing London Youth Games glory

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