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TfL Rail has skipped stops on almost 2,000 services in the past two years to “meet punctuality targets”, the borough’s London Assembly member has claimed.

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.

Tracey Neville’s England won Commonwealth Games gold with a last-gasp win over world champions Australia which was reminiscent of her brothers’ Champions League win 19 years ago.

Raiders forward JJ Pitchley has thanked fans for their messages of support after suffering a nasty looking injury in the first leg of their play-off semi-final with Basingstoke on Saturday night.

Police have advised the store to close, and have received reports of anti-social behaviour.

There will be a limited service on TfL Rail and London Overground services tonight and tomorrow.

Dave Evans chats to West Ham fan Jim Dolan of Pride of Irons about his passion to eradicate homophobia at football

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”.

Daggers players took to social media after success at Gulls in National League on Saturday

Essex FA Football Development Officer Emma Burden believes the 29 new local ‘SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres’ which are about to be launched will “plant a seed which starts a real love of the game for our youngsters”.

Aspiring grassroots footballers from two underrepresented groups will soon have the opportunity to play in more Essex teams thanks to the Football Foundation’s ‘Grow the Game’ programme, a £1.5million investment by The FA.

As some readers may have spotted, I have never shied from robust language in the political arena. But the latest assault by Romford MP Andrew Rosindell against Mayor of London Sadiq Khan goes too far.

Competition to grow from four leagues to 16 over the next three years

A popular Romford nightime hotspot has suddenly closed but owners say it will reopen as a family friendly venue.

How much do you remember about the weird and wacky world of Twitter this year?

A huge sub-continent, India has 22 major languages, many complex alphabets, and 1.3 billion people. Two elements underpin political unity – modern technology, and the use of English as a common language.

Nasty injury for Raiders forward Lack

Sunday, December 17, 2017

London Raiders forward Alan Lack faces a spell on the sidelines after suffering a nasty facial injury in their match against Invicta.

Trump will soon turn us into the Jetsons

London Raiders were forced to postpone with home match against National League leaders Peterborough Phantoms due to problems with the ice at Lee Valley Arena.

Romford Greyhound Stadium, which has been closed this week due to safety concerns around emergency lighting, will reopen on Monday, it can be revealed.

A million first-time buyers are expected by the government to benefit from the stamp duty cut over the next five years - but experts have warned there could be unintended downsides for the housing market.

Moped gangs and knife crime often go hand-in-hand – and are among the gravest fears of residents in Havering.

The Romford greyhound stadium will once again be opened tonight, after failing a fire safety exercise which forced them to close this week.

Nutella is suffering from ingredientflation

Two landmark moments in the construction of the Romford Leisure Centre took place on Monday, as the final swimming pool tile and first ice rink seat were installed.

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