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Children can dance and sing-along to music from around the world at an interactive concert especially for youngsters this weekend.

Hackney basketball star Orlan Jackman said it’s always special no matter how many times you wear the England jersey, when speaking ahead of the Commonwealth Games.

A woman who travelled to Britain as part of an organised rescue mission during the Second World War, met with the cast of a moving play which tells the tale of a young woman who made a similar journey.

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.

Fewer EU citizens are registering for national insurance numbers in Havering than before the Brexit vote, the latest figures reveal.

While watching three generations of women on stage tell their story, I couldn’t help but think how timely the opening of Queen’s Theatre’s production of Kindertransport is for International Womens’ Day and Mother’s Day.

A moving play about a woman’s struggle to come to terms with her past is coming to Hornchurch’s Queen’s Theatre next month.

An award winning actress has joined the cast list of the Queen’s Theatre’s production of a moving historical play.

Romford’s Tom Toolis had to settle for 32nd place in the final of the Budapest Indoor competition on Sunday.

Some say UKIP have lost profile since the Farage days.

Snooker: Trump survives Masters scare

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

He may not like it but Judd Trump has something in common with the American president who shares his surname – both know how to survive a crisis.

When renowned musician, David Bowie died on January 10, 2016, the world lost a great musical and cultural icon, but now fans can relive some of Bowie’s greatest hits with Pop-Up Bowie’s special tribute performance.

Moyes: Oxford to be given chance

Saturday, December 30, 2017

David Moyes plans to give teenage defender Reece Oxford the chance to prove himself at West Ham.

A hundred years ago, with many Havering men away at war, the festive season was very different reports Prof Ged Martin

Households in Havering throw out more than half a tonne of rubbish which does not get recycled, new figures reveal.

Phil Taylor is determined to close out his illustrious career with a 17th world title at Alexandra Palace, writes Ziad Chaudry.

Hockey World League: England 4 China 1

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

England’s women proved too strong for China to book a quarter-final place at the Hockey World League Final in New Zealand.

England’s women were edged out by a solitary in their second match at the Hockey World League Final in New Zealand.

Hockey World League: England 0 Germany 2

Saturday, November 18, 2017

England’s women made a losing start to their Hockey World League final campaign in New Zealand overnight.

Gareth Southgate’s England drew 0-0 for the second time in four days at Wembley Stadium, this time against Brazil in front of 84,595 fans.

An experimental England drew 0-0 with World Champions Germany on Friday evening in front of 81,382 fans at Wembley.

Havering hockey ace Emily Defroand admitted her excitement at being selected in an 18-strong England women’s squad for the Hockey World League Finals in New Zealand.

Tottenham forward Harry Kane’s late goal made sure England qualified for next summer’s World Cup in Russia as Gareth Southgate’s men beat Slovenia 1-0.

England’s men’s secured bronze at the Rabo EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam in a thrilling win over Germany.

England’s women secured the bronze medal at the EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam with victory over Germany.

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