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A man from Gidea Park who recklessly drove at a man and woman after an argument in Romford’s town centre has been found guilty of attempted murder.

A 40-year-old who allegedly shot and killed a deer in Dagnam Park in Harold Hill made a first appearance at court today.

A Gidea Park man told a jury he has been falsely accused of attempted murder after someone wearing identical clothing to him drove the car he admits he was living in into a crowd of people in Romford.

A woman has told a court of the terrifying moment she watched a car plough towards her childhood friend after a fight broke out in Romford town centre.

A 19-year-old daredevil has admitted dangerous driving after a 95mph Valentine’s Day police chase down the A12 through Newbury Park ended with him crashing his car in Romford.

A man from Gidea Park crashed his car into two people while driving dangerously in Romford, a court heard.

It’s true what they say it’s not over until the last whistle, which would be the best way to describe the NBA 2019 London Game.

A person who was trying to enter the murder trial over the killing of 15-year-old Jordan Douherty at the Old Bailey earlier this week, was arrested for trying to get a 10-inch knife into the court room.

Two of the three teenagers accused of taking part in a fatal knife attack which killed a 15-year-old outside a party in Collier Row have claimed they played no role in the incident.

A market trader didn’t torch a £260,000 Ferrari because he had a broken ankle ‘after falling off his van replacing an aerial’, a court has heard.

A 28-year-old from Dagenham died after a motorcycle crash in Hornchurch caused serious injuries including one to his head, despite wearing a helmet, an inquest heard.

A 15-year-old boy who was fatally stabbed in the heart and neck, fell victim to a “second attack” just moments after being knifed outside a community centre, a court heard.

A fatal knife attack on a 15-year-old schoolboy outside a Collier Row community centre was filmed and shared on social media, the Old Bailey has heard.

After seeing his Leopards side collect a weekend double with wins against Leicester Warriors and Reading Rockets, coach Thomas Baker was a happy man.

The brutal murder of an 85-year-old great-grandmother bludgeoned to death in her Romford home by a debt-ridden gardener has left a “hole in her family that will never ever be filled”.

A Romford handyman has admitted bludgeoning an 85-year-old widow to death with a hammer.

Five men have been sentenced for their part in the fatal stabbing of a Romanian takeaway worker in the Stratford Centre.

A pervert from Hornchurch has been sentenced to 51 months (four years and three months) for multiple offences including possessing more than 300 pornographic images of people having sex with animals, and engaging in sexual communication with a 15-year-old.

A Romford rapper who police found was using a mobile phone to direct others to supply drugs in Norwich has been jailed for four years.

Before divorce was available for everyone, couples had to find other ways to get out of an unhappy marriage, as Prof Ged Martin explains

“The most despicable crime one can imagine” – when a court court judge says that it must be bad.

Two men have today been found guilty of killing Beniamin Pieknyi who was stabbed in the Stratford Centre.

A prominent flytipper who operated in Newham, Barking and Rainham has been given extra time in prison.

A takeaway worker died 15 seconds after being stabbed during a fight in Stratford which had last under four minutes, a court heard today.

An inquest into the death of Harvey, 7, opened today (Friday, September 21).

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