Fans of Stevie Wonder, George Benson, Barry White and Louis Armstrong will be delighted to know they can see them all in concert this month.
Most bus users have sat aboard while stuck in traffic thinking up ways they could have got to their destination quicker.
The new chairman of the Hornchurch and Upminster Conservative Association said his first task would be to help elect a Tory mayor of London.
Councillors’ allowances are set to be frozen as huge cuts are made to frontline services.
Is it the Green Flag parks or Romford Market, Upminster windmill or the £4 cinema? Whatever it is, Airbnb’s London guests are flocking to Havering.
A grieving widower is begging thieves to return irreplaceable pictures of his partner.
A blaze at an industrial site destroyed one shipping container and damaged another three.
A former soldier is making a second attempt to claim an underwater endurance world record to raise £1million for charity.
The first hurricane to hit the Atlantic in January since 1938 couldn’t stop four daredevils joining the elite group of people to row across it.
A data protection blunder has resulted in personal details of neighbours who complained to police about a teenage tearaway being given out – to his mum.
Controversial plans for a multi-faith cemetery next to a golf course have been resurrected – a year after an identical application was rejected.
A drug lord who smuggled £23 million worth of cannabis into Britain must serve an extra four years in jail for employing his wife and sister to launder his cash.
A teenage boy has been charged with GBH over an acid attack in a college canteen.
Firefighters were called out into 70mph winds to reports of a barbecue fire last night.
Members of a disabled sports group relying on community transport will have to make their own way to the club when funding is cut.
Lucky pupils have taken to the skies for the first time in their lives as part of their school’s global vision.
A teenage music student could be heading for a career in the West End after penning a number about the life of Fidel Castro for a national competition.
A shop manager for a disabled children’s charity is facing jail after stealing £7,500 from the till to help her unemployed boyfriend pay rent.
An exhibition will allow residents in the south of the borough to view potential locations for the new Lower Thames Crossing.
Innovation in education has helped earn a secondary school a reputation across Europe.
“A complete and utter flop” is how Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has described David Cameron’s renegotiations over Britain’s EU membership.
A groundbreaking vote in support of the EU “Out” campaign dominated the full council meeting, but it angered some members.
The Romford Market transformation looks set to go ahead after Boris Johnson agreed to stump up the requested £1million investment and councillors passed plans.
Havering Council has tonight become the first in Britain to back the EU “Out” campaign after a controversial Ukip motion was passed.
A country road has been blocked this morning thanks to a lorryload of fly-tipping.
The funeral of Aiden “Oggy” O’Mahoney will be held next week.
Havering Council could become the first in the country to join the anti-EU campaign if a Ukip motion is passed.
It was lights, camera, action at a historic Upminster landmark when budding filmmakers from one of London’s top drama schools visited.
Owners of new homes on an £80million housing development have been hit with leaks, damp and light bulbs that won’t turn off.
London’s happiest borough is set to become a third partner in the existing back-office merger between Havering and Newham councils.
Vauxhall has completed its sport utility vehicle range with the third, and largest, Grandland X. We put the SUV, now available at Tony LeVoi in Romford, to the test.
“The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining,” so the saying goes. So if some warm weather is making your conservatory uninhabitable, think about replacing its roof with a flat one and adding a roof lantern instead.
The next step in renewable energy could be right beneath your feet as you walk through a Romford shopping centre.
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