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This story might make you heave, but the shocking pictures of rivers of human waste flooding the car park outside retirement homes should outrage us.

A charity made it the “best Halloween ever” for a seven-year-old boy with autism, by throwing him a party after his carved pumpkin was stolen.

Top entrepreneurs from east London, Kent and Essex scooped awards at Archant’s annual Thames Gateway Business Awards tonight in Canary Wharf.

Business owners and entrepreneurs are set to descend on Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden tonight for the Thames Gateway Business Awards.

A charity is calling on residents to help put a smile back on an autistic seven-year-old boy’s face after his carved pumpkin was stolen.

Scandalous Daisy, Countess of Warwick, made a brief visit to Romford, says Prof Ged Martin

Before his new show comes to Queen’s Theatre, outspoken restaurant critic Jay Rayner spoke to 
Ralph Blackburn about the point of eating with your hands and the beauty of stinky cheeses.

David Durant and fellow councillors at the bus stop last year. Picture: STEVE POSTON

A new Co-op supermarket is to open in Hornchurch next month.

It’s agony for ‘gutted’ Smith and his boys up at Leamington

A man who conspired to burgle dozens of homes across east London and Essex alongside his girlfriend has been jailed for six years.

We should not sacrifice benefits of London

Granted, Havering led the way when it came to Britain leaving the EU but the borough divorcing itself from London is a whole different matter.

Power of radio solves pink pigeon mystery

I knew this would happen. After years in radio I am becoming Midnight Caller.

A youth theatre which has nurtured hundreds of aspiring stars is gearing up for celebrations marking its quarter-century.

Essex set for another Surrey test

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Silverwood names 13-man squad for return clash

Days before the country goes to the polls, Prof Ged Martin looks at a 17th century election

A playground for big kids, tune chasers and beat boppers – We Are FSTVL in Upminster went off with a colourful bang over the bank holiday weekend.

Kelvedon Hall’s history stretches all the way back to the Domesday Book and a new festival within its grounds hopes to become just as significant for years to come.

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.

“We’re here to record the history of Havering, and make it accessible.”

The narrative concept of a young working-class girl seeking the wisdom of an older, intellectual male, with both learning vital lessons about life and love, is a familiar one on the stage and screen.

Year seven girls claim gold, boys take silvers

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