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Thousands of people in the borough are being offered a free lung health MOT as part of the UK's largest ever lung cancer screening study.

For the past week or so the country has been praising the veterans of the D-Day landings - the men who prompted the beginning of the end of the war.

A magistrate, her boyfriend and his friend, who paid off court fines with cash from crime, have today (Tuesday, June 11) been sentenced for their parts in a £61,500 fraud.

A crematorium's specialised metals recycling scheme has raised £8,000 for the Alzheimer's Society's Singing for the Brain.

Police are supporting the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia & Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) today, May 17 by reminding members of the LGBT+ community to report cases of hate crime so they can be fully investigated.

Rotary's Purple4Polio Ambassador British Paralympic wheelchair racer and polio survivor Anne Wafula Strike MBE will open the first Rotary East London and Essex Disability Games on Sunday, May 19.

We all regularly blame young people for the crime and violence happening around the borough, and point to the lack of youth clubs and things for children to do.

Thousands of runners will take to the streets tomorrow for the London Marathon

Chrysanthemums, sunflowers and oak trees have been named as some of the worst plants that trigger hay fever allergies.

Last summer thousands of people gathered in Romford town centre for the borough's first Pride event celebrating the LGBT+ community.

What does Easter mean to you? Chocolate eggs, fluffy chicks, daffodils, spring lambs, a long weekend...

It's the Easter holidays and you've got four days off work. If you don't want to go away, there's plenty of fun things to do on your doorstep.

If there's one thing that unites us all in annoyance, it's dirty streets.

The borough, and the country as a whole, was horrified and saddened by the fatal stabbing of Jodie Chesney last month.

A man who harassed and threatened violence towards a woman has been jailed.

GPs in Havering are backing a campaign to highlight the importance of bowel cancer screening - stressing that early diagnosis is crucial to saving lives.

Havering is a borough of animal lovers so the news this week that Jayne Arkan had found her dog more than a year after it went missing will bring a smile to most people's faces.

Four years ago, the Recorder ran a Fundraise on the First appeal to collect money for First Step.

A 79-year-old man has been banned from keeping animals for life for a second time after he admitted breaching a previous ban when he was found to be keeping a large number of animals in appalling conditions.

A woman left severely brain damaged following failings in surgery has received a £15.6million settlement which will fund the specialist care she requires for the rest of her life.

A 16-year-old boy is the second person charged with the murder of Jodie Chesney.

The fatal stabbing of Jodie Chesney in Amy's Park, Harold Hill, on Friday night has shocked the borough and the whole country.

A man has been charged with the murder of Jodie Chesney.

A second arrest has been made as detectives continue to investigate the fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Jodie Chesney in Harold Hill.

The shocking stabbing of 17-year-old Jodie Chesney in Harold Hill has touched the whole borough, and the country as a whole.

Tackling violence is the Met Police's top priority, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Graham McNulty insisted today, March 4, saying officers had carried out more than 2,500 stop and searches in the past three days.

Were you in South End Road, Elm Park, on Wednesday last week?

The days are getting noticeably longer - it is now light until 5pm or so - and the temperatures are starting to rise.

Updated Harold Hill police raids: Two charged

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Two men have been charged following the three early morning raids in Harold Hill and Noak Hill on Wednesday, February 6.

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