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Wondering what the weather has in store for us this long bank holiday weekend? Watch our Met Office video forecast.
The start of construction work on the controversial Beam Park estate in Rainham and Dagenham was marked at a special groundbreaking ceremony this week.
What's happening in Havering this half term?
Complicated friendships, revenge and blackmail are some of the topics that will be explored at the annual Romford Film Festival in June.
Concerns have been expressed over the council's proposed "money-making" borough-wide Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ).
Staying true to its artistic roots an independent arts and craft supplier celebrated its 28th birthday.
Various road closures will be in place in Upminster as the award-winning We Are FSTVL returns for the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Nearly a third of the children in Havering are living in poverty according to new figures from a children's welfare organisation.
Hornchurch, Ilford suffer defeats
The Street League Skateboarding (SLS) World Tour, the world's most prestigious street skateboarding competition, returns to London's Copper Box Arena today.
Shenfield High School's reputation as a school with a commitment to excellence in football has long been established, but the 2018-19 season has gone to another level.
The Harrow Lodge Park club will attempt to remain on course for another treble by the time the Bank Holiday weekend is over
Brentwood captain Aaron West is urging his side to continue their strong start to the Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division campaign, writes Jacob Ranson.
Upminster lost at home to Shenfield last Saturday, but enjoyed the challenge of facing former England test spinner Monty Panesar
On a special edition of the East London Football Podcast, and the final episode of the season, we take a look back at Leyton Orient's memorable campaign.
Harold Wood captain Craig Perrin says his side must respect newly-promoted Fives & Heronians after their terrific start to life in Shepherd Neame Essex League Division One, writes Jacob Ranson.
Shenfield captain Roy Smith is eager to get the bragging rights over local rivals Hutton when they meet this weekend.
An acrobatic dance performance that combines science with art is coming to Hornchurch next month.
A psychic is returning to Romford to demonstrate his belief that he can help residents communicate with their loved ones beyond the grave.
Havering's popular Langtons Summer Concert returns on Sunday, June 2 for an afternoon of grand entertainment.
Instead of swearing, Andrew Chesney quotes Macbeth.
Feel like a champion this weekend as a Queen tribute act struts its way to the borough.
The Queen's Theatre's heartwarming revival of The Hired man has received three nominations in the Off West End Theatre Awards.
A 1950s country music show is celebrating more than 20 years on the road with a lively performance at the Queen's Theatre.
An exhibition remembering the role of women during various wars is coming to Hornchurch.
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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