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A stretch of the A127 between will be closed overnight between Gallows Corner and Squirrels Heath this weekend and the next as Transport for London (TfL) continues installing the new Ardleigh Green Bridge.

Paul Upton has yet to taste defeat in his 15-fight, five-year pro career, but faces his toughtest test yet against unbeaten Ted Cheeseman at York Hall on June 6.

It’s the time of the year that every teenager - and their parents - dread: GCSE exams.

Tri-borough commander Jason Gwillim has said he would “love” more police officers in his command, but does not know how many will be pledged by the Mayor of London.

If you’re using c2c to get home, your train could be leaving earlier than expected - or not calling at your stop at all.

Everyone Active Raiders have been accepted to run a second team in the National League South Two after officials from member clubs and the LMC met this weekend in Sheffield and Newbury to agree the format of competition for NIHL in season 2018/19.

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

Former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini appeared to move a step closer to taking over at West Ham after Hebei China Fortune confirmed he was leaving the Chinese Super League club.

As Prince Harry and Meghan prepare for their nuptials today, Prof Ged Martin looks back at a Victorian royal wedding

Former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has emerged as the front runner for the West Ham job, according to reports.

One of London’s largest property developers has unveiled a huge new development in Roneo Corner that would deliver 234 new homes for Havering’s families and first time buyers.

One of the country’s oldest Air Training Corps has celebrated its 80th anniversary in true airforce style.

Former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams will be the star turn at a special World Cup Q&A supporting the work of Prostate Cancer UK – and fans are invited to attend.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has called for more police in the borough after the tragic news that an 85-year-old woman was murdered in her home.

England’s 2018 World Cup squad was announced earlier today and there were plenty of links to our local clubs

A stretch of the A127 between will be closed overnight between Gallows Corner and Squirrels Heath for the next two weekends as Transport for London (TfL) continues installing the new Ardleigh Green Bridge.

The regional professional premiere of a feel-good musical about three drag queens hoping to fulfil their dreams has received three London theatre award nominations.

Firefighters responded to reports of a fire at Queen’s Hospital in Rom Valley Way on Sunday, May 13.

Charges have been brought against two men from east London in connection with four burglaries in the Brentwood area.

Tens of thousands of diesel cars and vans are still clogging up Havering’s roads, despite drivers being encouraged to move away from them in favour of cleaner fuels.

The most dangerous Tube stations across the capital are all in east London, new figures obtained from Transport for London (TfL) have revealed.

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

At 10pm last Thursday night, council candidates of all colours laid down their leaflets and awaited the verdict of Havering residents on who would be running their borough for the next four years.

So, unsurprisingly, the plans for a huge housing development at Beam Park have gone to the Mayor of London’s Office for a decision.

A Hornchurch charity has been awarded £14,000 from Sadiq Khan to try and reduce knife crime in Havering.

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