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Old Cooperians opened their London Two North East season in some style, with nine tries at St Mary’s Lane.

As schools reopen for the new term, Prof Ged Martin focuses on the woman who gave her name to one of the borough’s best

Celtics to face Philadelphia 76s in January 2018

Audiences will be transported to the glitz and glamour of the roaring twenties when a top dance orchestra swings into town.

Beloved teacher by day, musician rocking the stage at Glastonbury by night.

When Beatrice Way suffered a massive stroke, her husband Alexander remembers clearly thinking it meant the end of their dream to have a baby.

After months of training and preparation thousands of runners are set to take part in the world’s most famous marathon on Sunday.

A West Ham United Football Club mentor who has witnessed first-hand the pressures young people face has pledged to pound the streets of London on Sunday.

The world was a very different place in 1908, with royals ruling vast territories, women campaigning for the vote and the devastating First World War six years away.

An artist who suffers from Dementia will have his stunning range of work featured in a two-week exhibit starting on Monday.

Pupils were treated to an afternoon of rhyming words when an acclaimed poet visited their school to lead an innovative workshop.

An author who writes about making lemonade when life throws lemons maintains his optimism despite having to abandon his home following an explosion.

Athletes among medals at Lee Valley

Best yet for Havering’s Mitchell

Friday, February 10, 2017

Youngster claims stunning cross-country win

A class of year 10 pupils have made sure the beginning of 2017 is just a little bit brighter for many vulnerable families.

A talented dentist has been recognised nationally for his hard work.

Members among the medals at Inter Counties event

Students discuss education and employment opportunities

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