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Readers of this paper, and our website, will be shocked and outraged this week at the despicable thief who stole £8,000 from an 83-year-old woman.

If you know your Romford from your Rainham, why not see if you can get all the questions correct?

The beauty salon in Hornchurch was visited by two undercover investigators after it was seen to be offering tooth whitening treatments on its Facebook page.

Think you know what is going on in your area?

Think you know what is going on in your area?

After years of waiting Harold Hill residents flocked to the opening of the new Lidl store on the site of the old police station.

Nominations have opened for The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards 2018, which recognise how grassroots leagues, clubs, volunteers and community projects play their part in making the nation’s favourite game happen week in and week out.

After all six of his candidates were re-elected to Havering Council yesterday, Cllr Jeffrey Tucker, leader of the Independent Resident’s Group, has thanked Havering’s voters for their continued support.

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Members of the Rainham community have come together to raise funds for the family of a two-year-old boy who was hit by a car and left with life-changing injuries.

Police have found the runaway goat that disappeared from a residential road in Cranham without a trace.

Essex ready for Girls’ Football Week

Saturday, April 21, 2018

FA Girls’ Football Week is coming to Essex from Monday April 23 to Sunday April 29 and the Essex FA are excited to promote further opportunities for girls to get active, meet new friends and have fun.

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A brand new £1 million ‘Retain the Game’ funding scheme for adult male football teams has been designed to boost football’s traditional format following a recent decrease in the numbers.

Transport for London has issued travel advice ahead of the London Marathon with four days of strikes set to hit the Docklands Light Railway.

Last night Recorder readers got the chance to ask local election candidates their burning questions, and now you can let us know who you think came out on top.

Anyone with an ear to the ground for the local music scene may have heard some chatter about a new band.

Tonight (Thursday) is the night to put your questions to party leaders and independent candidates running in the May 3 local government elections.

Next week, you can put your questions to party leaders and independent candidates running in the May 3 local government elections.

Breaking snooze! A nap restores energy

It seems every morning we wake up to news of another stabbing.

The clinic which houses Havering’s RSPCA branch has closed until further notice because its building needs repairs.

An Upminster man has been jailed for assaulting and controlling his girlfriend who eventually took her own life.

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