A woman from Harold Hill with multiple sclerosis (MS) is creating signature notebooks out of recycled material to raise awareness about what it’s like to live with the disease.
A woman was taken to a major trauma centre after a collision with a vehicle in Rainham.
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Students will be transforming level one of the Mercury Shopping Centre into a futuristic minature town for Architecture Week.
Axing the West End section of the 25 bus route that runs through east London has led to a dramatic drop in passenger numbers, according to transport campaigners.
A garden shop which has been part of the community for almost six decades, will be closing for good in a few months’ time.
Havering Council crews have been checking the structural safety of nearby drains after a sinkhole opened up in a residential Upminster road over the Easter weekend.
A popular pub has reopened its doors after a £200,000 refurbishment.
Residents campaigning against knife crime recovered a machete from a Rainham park and are set to receive a community hero award for their work trying to reduce knife crime.
Midfielder looks to be ending up-and-down term strong after netting opener in win over Eastleigh last weekend
Almost a perfect day for Hammers youngsters after mascot experience
The former Dagenham & Redbridge, Queens Park Rangers and Leyton Orient forward made his 1,000th career appearance on Monday
Romford concluded their London Super League with a comprehensive 6-1 defeat away to newly crowned Champions Welling A.
Hornchurch manager Mark Stimson was pleased to his side capitalise on their chances as they sealed a 3-2 away win over Kingstonian on Saturday.
Havering 90 Joggers enjoyed a nice and sunny bank holiday weekend with 64 members out at twelve different parkruns.
But Noble so frustrated by another poor decision that cost the Hammers
Essex suffered a second successive Royal London One-Day Cup defeat at the Oval, but injuries to Jason Roy, Ollie Pope and Rikki Clarke took some of the gloss off Surrey’s 65-run victory.
Romford manager Paul Martin was extremely angry after his side let a 1-0 lead slip in the 94th minute against Grays Athletic.
A Rainham sculptor who uses recycled metal and reclaimed driftwood to produce his art is set to be the featured artist of the month at an Upminster nature centre.
A young artist from Cranham made it all the way to the semi-finals of a national portrait competition.
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.
An enthusiastic Gidea Park 11-year-old is ready to pursue her dreams of stardom after being cast in a touring musical.
A young artist from Cranham will be competing against two other artists for the title of Sky’s Portrait Artist of the Year in tonight’s episode.
A world class dancer from Collier Row has been tipped as a possible replacement for Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell.
Havering residents with visual impairments will have more access to talking books thanks to an £82,000 cash injection.
The revival of two major modern classics and a play written by a Romford-born actor from BBC hit Poldark are some of the treats that the Queen’s Theatre has planned for its autumn season.
“It’s a show for the people. It’s about the voices you haven’t heard from that time and their stories.”
If you are wondering about care options, private home care can be a great alternative to moving to a care home
It’s the debate fans across the UK are discussing - so where better to find out more about the iconic burger than behind the scenes in a local McDonald’s restaurant?
Buy your next car wisely with the following sage advice from Tony Levoi Vauxhall Dealership
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