Romford Boxing Club held their annual Refuse to Lose show for the third successive year on Saturday in memory of the late Daren Howe.

A woman whose vision has always been a challenge due to her eyes not being fully formed when she was born prematurely, has received successful treatment from new laser eye surgery.

Havering Council flies the pride flag from Town Hall after calls from campaigners for LGBT History Month to be celebrated in Havering.

The owner of a bakery has been prosecuted and fined thousands of pounds for breaching food hygiene rules.

A “family-orientated” former mayor who helped to serve his community for almost 40 years, has sadly died at the age of 90.

A couple are aiming to raise thousands of pounds so a hospital’s neurosurgery department can purchase new equipment, to say thank you for a life-changing operation.

A 19-year-old from Romford has been arrested after a high speed chase down the A12 in Brentwood early this morning ended with a footchase involving a police helicopter and dog unit.

An 82-year-old marathon runner who has raised an incredible £100,000 for a variety of charities over his 50-year career will be made an MBE this morning.

The family of a 23-year-old Romford figure skater who died after falling from St Paul’s Cathedral’s Whispering Gallery have paid tribute to her “pure and kind” soul.

A Romford doctor charged with 118 sexual offences, including sexually assaulting a girl under 13 years old, has made his second court appearance.

Boro halted their poor run by progressing in the Velocity Trophy last night, but experienced manager has promised he’ll sort out league form

A Romford doctor has appeared in court charged with 118 sexual offences, including sexually assaulting a girl under 13 years old.

A Romford doctor, accused of 118 sexual offences including one on a girl under 13, is due to appear in court today.

Richardson Racing confirmed a deal to run rookie Matt Luff in the remaining three rounds of the 2017 Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Championship, writes Jacob Ranson.

Two community campaigners have launched a petition calling for a traffic island to be made into a safe crossing for school children and pedestrians.

Havering Council has launched its public consultation, asking for residents’ views on the draft Local Plan.

A doctor has been charged with 118 sexual offences including one assault on a child aged under 13.

The great-nephew of a soldier killed during the First World War travelled to Belgium this week for centenary commemorations.

1957:Romford was abuzz with the news that the glamourous Mayoress of a French town was planning a return visit less than a month after leaving.

Residents and ward councillors have come together in an attempt to stop over development in the borough.

Days before the country goes to the polls, Prof Ged Martin looks at a 17th century election

Teenagers around the borough were dealt a crushing blow when the government announced it had no plans to change the voting age in elections.

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

We must not give in to threats from EU

As London is faced with a housing crisis the issue of homelessness has become more prominent across the city.


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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