London Raiders forward Thomas Beesley is keen to progress past former club Bracknell Bees in the National League play-off quarter-finals this weekend.

London Raiders head coach Sean Easton desperately wants to finish the National League campaign strongly by cementing fourth spot in the table this weekend.

The NHS has confirmed it has sold the former St George’s Hospital site in Hornchurch to a developer for more than £40million.

Romford-based rock climber Theo Ward is making his way onto to the world stage as he heads off to first-ever international event – the Climbing Works Festival in Sheffield this weekend, writes Jacob Ranson.

London Raiders forward Alan Lack has left the club and announced he is taking a step back from the sport.

London Raiders defenceman Jack Cooper admits its crunch time for the club as they look to cap off a successful season by finishing fourth in the table.

London Raiders forward Olegs Lascenko is looking forward to coming up against his former club Bracknell Bees this weekend.

London Raiders forward Jj Pitchley is disappointed as his side fell to fifth in the National Ice Hockey League table after two defeats on the weekend.

A rapper from Romford who has had success after appearing on BBC Asian Network and Spotify has put his success down to help from God.

London Raiders goalie Michael Gray is expecting another tough weekend of hockey as they face former EPL sides Peterborough Phantoms and Swindon Wildcats.

London’s Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and interim leader of the Ukip party, says his beliefs of Islam being a “death cult” are “factual”.

London Raiders goalie Michael Gray praised their opponents Basingstoke Bison but believes they should have got something from the match.

London Raiders forward Alan Lack wants to get one over his former club Basingstoke Bison this weekend.

London Raiders defenceman John Connolly is delighted to cap off a good series against rivals Invicta Dynamos last weekend.

Ice hockey in Romford: David Oliver

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Former heroes welcome ice hockey’s return to town

Romford-based school saw their pupils excel in various recent events

A number one bestselling author from Romford has released her thirteenth crime novel, which promises her readers a gripping ride throughout and a big twist at the end.

Havering Council has appointed a preferred bidder to deliver new regeneration projects aimed at rejuvenating the borough’s housing stock.

Street lamps are something we now take for granted but Richard Loveard looks at how they have changed over the past 200 years.

Snooker: Trump into Scottish semi-final

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Romford-based Judd Trump believes Stephen Maguire lost his head during their quarter-final match at the Dafabet Scottish Open on Friday night.

Romford-based potter lost 6-2 to Graeme Dott of Scotland

An artistic initiative is appealing for help to win funding for its latest project, to make the voices of pensioners be heard.

Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager from Romford who was last seen in Dagenham.

The surname may be similar to that of the Bard but it’s unlikely they were related, says Prof Ged Martin

A helium-filled haunted house made entirely from balloons managed to raise more than £250 for charity this Halloween.


Fed up with haggling on people’s drives over a used car, only to find out later it’s on its last legs?

Many drivers will be heading to the showrooms in March looking to pick up a car bearing the shiny new 18 registration plate.

Window and conservatory specialist Ken Rhodes talks about the possibilities for brightening up your home for the new year, and with their home improvement finance deals it’s possible for everyone to make some changes

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