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A former Recorder photographer who grew up in Gants Hill and was born legally blind has shared his story of how he defied the odds to build a career snapping world leaders and celebrities across the globe.

Prof Ged Martin recalls how a Havering childhood was changed by the advent of television.

Tributes have been paid to a Romford market trader who was a "prankster" and a "wheeler dealer with a Midas touch" after he passed away following a 17-year battle with Parkinson's.

Havering's Emily Defroand could not hide her excitement after being named in the Great Britain women's team for their opening FIH Pro League fixtures.

A new all-female national bricklaying competition will see students from across the country compete for the title of best bricklayer in Rainham.

Bereaved families want to know why it was possible for the London Bridge terrorists to hire a van in Harold Hill to carry out their attack, an inquest heard.

Ninety-eight per cent of vehicle crime in Havering has gone unsolved over the past three years.

Everyone Active Raiders returned home from Wales empty-handed after an 11-goal thriller in National League Division Two on Saturday.

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West Ham return to Premier League action after the international break with a visit from defending champions Manchester City.

Six Hammers players perished in the war to end all wars

Harold Wood Running Club's Linda Day finished second woman at the Thurrock 10k on Sunday.

Havering Council has said it is still investigating an alleged brothel in Elm Park after years of complaints from neighbours and police confirming there is "brothel activity" at the site.

Aaron Cresswell arrives bearing gifts for youngsters

"We hope this £375 raised will go a long way to supporting those living with dementia here in Havering."

The most popular names given to baby boys and girls last year in East London suggests that where you live could influence what name you choose for your child.

Havering 90 Joggers had a busy weekend with members involved at various events.

A Yellow warning has been issued by the Met Office for the east of England as "very strong winds" are expected tomorrow evening and Friday morning.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

An innovative development programme that supports new musical theatre talent is coming to the Queen's Theatre.

Essex Eagles will be looking to end their losing streak in the Vitality Blast when they entertain Gloucestershire on Friday at The Cloudfm County Ground (7pm).

Essex batsman Varun Chopra admits his side have not done enough in the Vitality Blast T20 this season, following their latest defeat on Sunday.

A junior choir from India were thrilled to the UK, entertaining music lovers and enjoying the sites of London.

For some World War Two RAF veterans the path into service was not as smooth as others.

But England international Mitchinson misses out on British Campionship

Which one of these 13 players is England's greatest striker of all time?

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