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Juliana and Botilda are the first women in Havering history we know anything about. Prof Ged Martin tells their stories

Dave Evans watched a campaign of frustration, of horrendous mistakes, and of protests that were bitter and at times ugly

Coopers Coborn pupils ended the season on a high at the ‘Teddies Relays’ at St Edward’s, Oxford.

Coopers Coborn pupils had plenty to cheer at the annual Radley Relays in Oxford.

Coopers Coborn pupils landed a treble at the Essex Cross-Country Championships at Stubbers.

Growing up in a house where it is tradition to watch a horror film almost every Saturday night, I naturally have a love for all things dark and twisted.

Phoebe Menear is the Upminster school’s games captain, and she is well aware of the important role played 
by the suffragettes a century ago.

Preston striker Jordan Hugill is the only new arrival

The Hammers injury-hit side come from behind to earn a precious point at the London Stadium

A chilling thriller about two socially adept men who commit murder for the sake of living dangerously, is coming to Hornchurch’s Queen’s Theatre.

It wasn’t pretty, but West Ham are through to the FA Cup fourth round

Injuries set to rule out Arnautovic and Oxford for FA Cup showdown

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

Havering’s Jess Mitchell maintained her excellent form with a silver medal for Essex under-17s at the Southern Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships in Oxford.

David Adams looks back half a century to the wrecking of one of Havering’s last stately mansions

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

As schools reopen for the new term, Prof Ged Martin focuses on the woman who gave her name to one of the borough’s best

Celtics to face Philadelphia 76s in January 2018

Hammers striker Ashley Fletcher will have talks with Boro boss Gary Monk about a permanent move to the North East

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