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More than 8,000 people have signed a petition to help save a popular service supporting parents before and after the birth of their children.

Steve Bateman writes about the Chafford Hundred Youth Football Club’s recent accolade

Sheldon the hamster takes his health seriously it seems.

Be afraid, for the Gorges has a host of spine-tingling Halloween events in store.

Chafford Gorges Nature Park is hoping to break a world record after building an enormous bird box.

Liam Carson, 17, of Ark Avenue, Chafford Hundred, volunteers in the press department at Thurrock FC, while also studying A-levels

Businesses gathered to network and showcase their services at the East London Expo 2013.

Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas suggested parents should lose their child benefit if they refuse to immunise their children with the MMR jab, according to reports.

Flowers and heartfelt tributes have been left at the scene of an accident which killed a 16-year-old pedestrian and a driver.

Londoners have the perfect chance to watch the sport up close next month when Hurlingham Park in Putney hosts its annual MINT Polo in the Park, a three day tournament between June 7 and 9.

Often called the sport of kings, polo certainly conjures up images of rich folks in expensive frocks, swilling champagne.

Two teenagers involved in racist chanting at a group of boys at an anti-racism football match have been banned from attending games for three years.

MP Jon Cruddas’s four legged friend narrowly missed out on being crowned Westminster Dog of the Year.

Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has been banned from driving after being caught with no insurance and an expired MoT certificate.

A furious father attacked his daughter’s former partner after allegations the ex had hurt her, a court heard.

Wild card X Factor contestant Luke White has revealed he’s no stranger to the limelight, after working as a child model in Japan.

A Hornchurch pensioner has spoken of the terrifying moment a brick flew off the back of a truck and smashed into his car windscreen.

Rabbits, guinea-pigs, and a pony from a Collier Row farm charity helped teach youngsters how to be kinder to our planet.

»The wife of a former Upminster policeman – once named the Best Bobby in Britain – has paid tribute to him.

A speedy pet tortoise, who went missing for more than a week and was almost hit by cars, has been re-united with his delighted owner by a Hornchurch woman.

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