Up to 2,000 people have marched through the streets of Romford demanding justice for Jodie Chesney and an end to knife crime.
A landlord from Hornchurch will be jailed unless he pays back the rent he made from allowing a property he owns to be illegally used as a church.
The council has come under fire for splashing almost £85,000 on award ceremonies.
A former paralympian has described the borough’s streets as a nightmare for the blind and partially sighted.
The council has spent more than £3million renting back council homes sold off under right to buy, a study conducted by a Labour London Assembly member has revealed – though Havering disputes those figures.
The council received 14 claims for vehicle damage caused by potholes last year but paid out only twice, figures have revealed.
One person has been hospitalised following a crash on the A13.
The NHS has been urged to take race discrimination more seriously as figures suggest ethnic minority staff face increasing prejudice.
A rogue landlord renting out ‘one of the worst properties’ and owing £62,000 has had his flat seized.
A market trader didn’t torch a £260,000 Ferrari because he had a broken ankle ‘after falling off his van replacing an aerial’, a court has heard.
A Newbury Park man alleged to have torched a £260,000 Ferrari outside a house in Emerson Park was taking revenge for a property deal that went wrong, a court has heard.
Twenty-five pubs in Havering have closed their doors since 2001, figures have revealed.
Fatbergs have caused more than 2,000 sewer blockages this year.
Havering issued 120,000 parking and traffic fines last year, figures have revealed.
Detectives have appealed for help tracing a man wanted for questioning about a string of burglaries.
When the alarms sounded to let people know the war had ended many thought they were under attack.
On Armistice Day, 1918, men, women and children united to celebrate the war’s end, but the relieved crowds without meaning to helped spread a deadly disease.
Thousands of men and women whose deaths can be linked to the First World War have yet to be commemorated.
When the First World War ended church bells rang out across the land.
Last ditch talks between union reps and rail bosses to avert a strike on the Central line tomorrow have broken down.
The cockney sparrow could be making a comeback.
The total number of people killed or injured on the borough’s roads is falling, figures reveal.
A serial burglar who used a bank card stolen from a blind woman to buy £120 worth of cigarettes and alcohol avoided a prison sentence at a court hearing yesterday (Wednesday, September 26).
A total of 673 affordable homes weren’t built when they should have been, a report has shown.
A kind-hearted shopkeeping couple is launching a soup kitchen to help the homeless.
Cyclists are being asked to put themselves in the driving seat of a lorry to prevent road accidents.
I’m met off the train by Barry waiting at the ticket barrier. We exhange greetings before he leads me to his car, a silver Mercedez parked just outside.
The Met has claimed it is one of the first forces in the country to develop its own mobile fingerprint device.
An ex-gambler is starting a daytime support group for compulsive risk-takers.
A watchdog received almost 100 complaints about Havering Council, figures reveal.
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Hundreds of incidents of violence and sexual assault took place in Havering in February this year according to police data.
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