Andrew Rosindell

Havering students can freely apply to showcase their filmmaking talents at an international independent film festival which returns to the borough next year.

Hundreds gathered around the Cenotaph in Romford this morning, Sunday, November 12, to pay their respects to the fallen service men and women who fought for their country.

A teenager who smashed a brick through Romford MP Andrew Rosindell’s Land Rover during the last general election campaign has been handed a community order.

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

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

Crime figures show a huge rise in domestic violence in Havering. Investigations journalist EMMA YOULE learns how Havering Women’s Aid and the council are trying to support women - and men - living with abusive partners as pressure on services grows

Concerns have been raised over an “increasing number of serious incidents” at Havering’s NHS trust due to missed or delayed diagnoses for cancer.

Romford’s MP is calling on more resources to be used in outer London boroughs, following a response on tackling crime in Havering from the Mayor of London.

Air cadets from Havering and beyond held a special commemorative parade for the 77th anniversary of the Battle of Britain on Sunday.

Littering and fly-tipping is a blight on our communities. Picture: KEN MEARS

David Durant and fellow councillors at the bus stop last year. Picture: STEVE POSTON

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell discussed his views on the ongoing Brexit negotiations in an interview with the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire on Thursday.

After his beloved dog Buster passed away this, Romford MP Andrew Rosindell penned a special tribute for the Recorder.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell’s beloved dog and “wonderful companion” Buster has died after serving his community for more than a decade.

A generous building firm that has raised thousands for a charity that supports people with life-limiting illness, added to the phenomenal amount raised over the years last week.

For our special series of reports, Emma Youle speaks to Havering’s MPs about the borough’s hidden homeless.

Frustrated and angry, residents were left wanting more after a meeting with police on moped crime.

Families frightened by moped gangs terrorising streets across the borough was the subject of a parliamentary debate last week.

Moped gangs are terrorising the borough’s streets day and night, leaving frightened families to lock themselves away, too scared to walk outside their own front doors - but enough is enough.

Holy Cross Church held a launch event on Sunday, June 18, to celebrate an upcoming exhibition about a popular artist who was killed in the First World War.

How low must criminals be to break into a charity shop which is raising money for a children’s hospice?

A woman from Greggs and another from a dental practice helped Maureen Wheeler when she fell. Picture: GOOGLE

The Recorder ventured into the heart of Romford today to speak with shoppers about their thoughts on the outcome of the general election.

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