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For some World War Two RAF veterans the path into service was not as smooth as others.

Havering Hurricanes saw their girls football team win gold at the London Youth Games finals weekend at Crystal Palace.

A look back at the stories this week 60, 40 and 20 years ago

Which one of these four players is England’s greatest left midfielder of all time?

Two London Olympians who took part in London 2012 have backed a campaign to help secure the future of the London Youth Games, Europe’s largest youth sports festival.

Jon Hughes, chief executive of the London Youth Games, has called on the capital’s leaders and businesses to come forward and safeguard its future.

Kieran Trippier has laughed off his ‘Bury Beckham’ nickname, admitting the Manchester United star he most admired growing up was Gary Neville.

Read our World Cup blog which will be featuring over the coming weeks. Lane Dias reviews match one on day seven of the tournament.

Everyone Active Raiders have announced the departure of forward Olegs Lascenko ahead of the 2018/19 National League South One season.

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

An upcoming DJ from Elm Park is aiming high in the music industry by making her name in Los Angeles.

In the year before June 2016, the month of the referendum, 2,240 people registered, 610 more than in the latest period.

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

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has unveiled plans to ban junk food adverts on the capital’s trains and buses in a bid to crack down on “the ticking timebomb” of child obesity in the city.

A successful band who went from performing before small crowds in Romford and Upminster to performing before thousands, have returned with a new album and a refreshed line-up.

A skatepark which was the first in Europe to be given listed status, has received thousands of pounds worth of funding to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

The next step in renewable energy could be right beneath your feet as you walk through a Romford shopping centre.

A semi-finalist from talent show The Voice is set to visit Havering for one-night only performance.

It’s almost time to have A Little Less Conversation and get All Shook Up as an Elvis tribute act will once again be in the building.

Hampstead & Westminster members might have divided loyalties when England and Wales meet at the Commonwealth Games, writes Lee Power.

Rainham’s rising American Football star Aaron Jackson is jetting off to Germany to play in one of Europe’s highest profile leagues in the sport.

Legendary drum ‘n’ bass artist Andy C is looking forward to returning to where his musical career began in Havering for this year’s We Are FSTVL.

A number one selling opera trio are bringing their new show to Hornchurch.

Romford’s MP showed his support for a new project to map and preserve the historic synagogues of Europe which launched in Parliament this week.

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