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Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers will meet at the O2 Arena on January 11

A Romford doctor being investigated after his ex-wife claimed he rubbed a soiled nappy in her face has been cleared by a medical tribunal.

The NHS is urgently appealing for Havering residents to sign up to donate their eyesight in the event of their death.

In this special heritage long read, Prof Ged Martin looks at the career of Gus Hartley, the first headmaster of the Royal Liberty School.

A Romford doctor accused of wiping a soiled nappy in a woman’s face is fighting to keep his licence.

The home secretary has pledged to make it illegal to sell acid to under 18s.

Lakeside Hammers will take a 16-point lead to Belle Vue for the second leg of their National League play-off semi-final after a hard-fought victory at the Arena-Essex Raceway.

Lakeside Hammers manager Kelvin Tatum admits he’s been through an education in two seasons at the club and wants to pass his final exam by reaching the National League Grand Final.

Lakeside Hammers bosses are urging fans to pack the Arena Essex Raceway on Friday – to show them they can sustain a return to the highest level.

Cook: Hard test for Lakeside Hammers

Monday, September 25, 2017

Lakeside Hammers chief Jon Cook is under no illusions about the size of the task facing the team in their National League play-off semi-final.

Conor Benn will box for the ninth time in the paid ranks on the undercard at the Manchester Arena on October 7.

Essex head to Edgbaston to face Warwickshire needing another 37 points to clinch the County Championship title for the first time in a quarter of a century.

A mental health service helping Havering’s vulnerable youngsters is one of just three healthcare schemes shortlisted for a national award celebrating its compassion and ambition.

Chicharito ready for his Hammers debut at Manchester United

A teacher remains optimistic that pupils will achieve GCSE success despite difficulties in preparing them for exams due to the controversial new grading system.

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

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