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Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas is calling on Costa Coffee to investigate "unorthodox management" at an Upminster cafe after a theft led to allegations that staff were being subjected to unauthorised pay deductions.

Havering Show is making a comeback and once again it will be a weekend to remember, filled with classic cars, mouth-watering food and most of all fantastic live performances.

It's that time of year again where everyone fancies themselves as baking connoisseurs, talking about crème pats, even bakes, and, of course, soggy bottoms.

12:00

Despite a drop in the number of reports of littering residents have noted that during the summer holidays certain areas in the borough become rubbish hotspots.

A community gathered to mark the first anniversary of a monthly afternoon tea group which aims to bring cultures together.

13:17

An exhibition that features more that 150 pieces of artworks had its official opening at the Thames Chase Forest Centre in Upminster.

The chief executive of a healthcare organisation providing GPs and other services across east London has promised he will continue searching for innovative new ways to meet the challenges the area faces.

Yesterday, 17:00

A 16-year-old boy from Rush Green who was a passenger in a stolen van which was travelling at 75mph in a 30mph zone while being chased by police was "lucky" not to have died when it crashed, a court heard.

Yesterday, 16:00

Donkey rides, princess meet and greets and free hugs were just of what was on offer at the Hornchurch Summer Fayre at the weekend.

Sport

16:00

Harold Wood captain Craig Perrin pleased with the determination shown by his batsman to pick up a three-wicket victory over Upminster.

15:16

England's men's team failed to advance to the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships after drawing with Spain in an action packed match in Belgium.

Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski bounces back from Man City game

10:00

Dagenham & Redbridge attacker Angelo Balanta says it was a huge reaction to rally from back-to-back defeats and seal a 4-2 win over Harrogate Town.

07:15

Essex head coach Anthony McGrath is hoping his side can go on to force a result against Kent, despite losing plenty of play to the weather at Canterbury.

Yesterday, 17:52

Three violent downpours led to a second weather-interrupted day to Kent's 168th Canterbury Week County Championship clash with Essex.

Yesterday, 16:00

Jacob Ranson provides Dagenham & Redbridge players ratings after their 4-2 victory over Harrogate Town on Saturday at Victoria Road.

Yesterday, 14:50

England's women moved one step closer to qualifying for the EuroHockey Championship semi-finals with a valuable draw against a strong German side.

Our West Ham Correspondent Dave Evans gives his verdict on the draw against Brighton at the Amex

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Havering Show is making a comeback and once again it will be a weekend to remember, filled with classic cars, mouth-watering food and most of all fantastic live performances.

It's that time of year again where everyone fancies themselves as baking connoisseurs, talking about crème pats, even bakes, and, of course, soggy bottoms.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

In the third in our series on ideas for summer days out, historian Prof Ged Martin suggests an excursion to an atmospheric Thurrock village

Friday, August 16, 2019

Stevie Wonder is a living music icon who has been entertaining audiences and getting people's toes tapping for six decades.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Radical new ways to engage eight Havering communities in arts and culture will be explored in an upcoming project lead by Queen's Theatre.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

A group of playwrights will be raising funds for a bowel disease charity with a special showcase of their work in Hornchurch.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Music fans from across the borough are counting down the days to this year's Havering Show.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Be a Dancing Queen for the night at an Abba tribute night which will be making its way to a Romford theatre at the weekend.

Monday, August 12, 2019

A theatre school that won the backing of a Dragons' Den entrepreneur is coming to Hornchurch.

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