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

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

A look back at the biggest local stories from this day 20, 40 and 60 years ago.

As Havering went to the polls last week, Prof Ged Martin looked at an election 54 years ago as the borough was created

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

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

Both the borough’s Labour and Conservative groups are fielding the maximum number of candidates across Havering’s 18 wards on May 3.

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

Havering’s Labour party has launched it’s manifesto ahead of the 2018 local elections.

Politicians and community activists across Havering have bid a fond farewell to two former councillors.

A look back at the biggest stories of this week from 60, 40 and 20 years ago.

A look back at the biggest stories of this week from 60, 40 and 20 years ago.

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

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Sunday, January 14, 2018

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First time buyers will benefit from not having to pay stamp duty on homes costing £300,000 or less, the chancellor has announced.

“St Leonard’s should have been idyllic,” says Paul Connolly, a resident of the former Hornchurch children’s home where sexual abuse was rife.

Health campaigners have called upon Havering Council to formally request health secretary Jeremy Hunt reviews proposals that would close a nearby emergency department.

A look back at the biggest local stories from this day 20, 40 and 60 years ago.

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