Families frightened by moped gangs terrorising streets across the borough was the subject of a parliamentary debate last week.

Theresa May has announced she will be forming a minority Conservative government with support from the DUP.

Police cordoned off Waterloo Road after a stabbing. Picture: KEN MEARS

The organisers of We Are FSTVL have reassured festival goers that they will update their security plans “where necessary” in response to last night’s bomb attack in Manchester.

Following the terror attack in Manchester on Monday, the chief executive of Havering Council urged people “not to let this atrocity divide our communities”.

Hammers star Billy Bonds will be inducted at the National Football Museum

Special night for football, cricket and rugby fans

Brentwood Fire, Haringey Angels and Barking Abbey players impress selectors

Another national title for super Sell

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Havering coach is too strong for opposition

From pro-wrestlers to politicians, here are our top 10 most unlikely Hammers.

Liam Grundy may not be the first name that pops into your head when you think of rock ‘n’ roll or country music but his love of the genres has seen him work with some of the most iconic musicians in the industry.

A former alcoholic is helping vulnerable and homeless people to turn their lives around by offering free haircuts to boost their self esteem.

Ecuador’s Marlon Vera has stepped in at the 11th hour to face ‘One Punch’ in his final fight

This weekend, house and techno DJ Max Chapman will be headlining at Sankeys East to perform an energetic eight-hour set.

Hornchurch boxer back in the ring at Brentwood

The life of a pro boxer

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Anto Upton talks boxing in our new column

Big Cats beaten at Hemel and Manchester

Anto Upton talks boxing in our new column

Bantamweight set to end pro career at the O2 Arena on March 18

Essex Leopards shot down by Rockets

Monday, January 30, 2017

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Denver Nuggets host Indiana Pacers at The O2 Arena on Thursday

Trainer reflects on long career in sport

Big weekend at Brentwood for Leopards

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Coach Ogunjimi wants good start to new year

East London trainer reflects on career to date

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