A mental health liaison nurse has revealed he feared a 54-year-old man "may kill" his mum, just months before they were both found dead.
Community spirit was in full force at the weekend as runners from across the borough gathered in the name of charity.
Brave women bared it all as they volunteered to be painted head to toe as mythical creatures for three charities.
A thought-provoking and moving play focusing on family and heritage will be performed later this month.
Airport shuttle service The Gatwick Flyer ceased trading after 32 years following "a period of extremely challenging trading conditions".
A 17-year-old performing arts student has won a place at a prestigious youth acting company.
A pop-up shop created and run by students with special needs and disabilities has been officially opened.
A community walked together at the weekend to raise money for a vital first aid project in memory of a 17-year-old who was stabbed to death.
Firefighters are tackling an ongoing blaze in Rainham this morning.
Airport shuttle service The Gatwick Flyer has ceased trading after 32 years.
Police are appealing for help in finding a man they wish to speak to in connection with an arson attack.
A body was found in a burning van at a roadside yesterday.
CCTV spotted a man with a trolley suspected of stealing thousands of pounds worth of equipment from a children's dance studio.
A 35-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of 28 counts of shoplifting.
A shopping centre has once again hosted its annual awards ceremony, crowning 2019's Retailer of the Year.
A school went above and beyond to expand its students' and parents' understanding of mental and physical wellbeing with Global Be Well Day.
Saint Francis Hospice has been helping families through some of the most difficult times in their lives with end-of-care care for their loved ones for decades.
A ward at Queen's Hospital has been recognised for providing great care and support to patients nearing the end of their lives and their families.
The former owner of a Sussex petrol station has been sentenced for distributing and selling illicit fuel to unsuspecting motorists as part of a £3.5million scam.
A 24-year-old woman wants to raise the profile of lymphoma and the services available as part of Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
A public consultation and review of the scrapped 30 minutes of free car parking in Hornchurch and Upminster and the Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) around the borough will be launched.
Havering came up smelling like roses at this year's London in Bloom competition as the borough wins a host of awards.
Communities are overjoyed as Havering Council has made a U-turn and withdrawn two applications to build houses on two beloved open spaces.
Business reality show The Apprentice will be returning to our screens next week and this year we'll see how a former Romford Recorder paperboy and market trader does his best to avoid the firing line.
Havering's youngsters burning with ambition have the chance to ignite their own potential by signing up to this year's fire cadet course.
The final show in a trilogy of performances aimed at those living with dementia in South Asian communities, will be performed in the borough next month.
A man was arrested for possession of an offensive weapon and drugs after police searched his car and found a "large quantity" of cannabis in a laundry bag last night (Monday, September 23).
Elm Park's residents should be bloomin' proud as the area has been given a gold accredited award as part of a regional gardening competition.
Network Rail has awarded an engineering company a contract worth almost £20 million to upgrade Romford and Ilford stations.
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