Long delayed Romford masterplan to be published next year.
Romford Civic Society called the delay a “scandal” and warned that big developments are being approved before the town centre
Fantastic Harold Hill light switch on as record crowds attend.
Harold Hill saw record crowds attend their Christmas light switch on yesterday evening. The event began in the afternoon with
VIDEO: White Ribbon Day-Campaign tackling violence against women and girls launched in Romford.
Saturday 25 November was White Ribbon Day-a campaign that calls for an end to violence against women and girls. The
Second firearm recovered after Dagenham fatal shooting.
“Our armed officers are highly trained and work around the clock to keep people safe in London. We ask them
‘Good news for workers and the poorest across Dagenham and Rainham’.
Dagenham and Rainham Conservative Parliamentary Prospective Candidate Sam Holland today shares his views on the recent Autumn Statement. I am
‘Thirteen years of economic failure under the Conservatives means working people are worse off today’.
‘Whilst the cut to National Insurance is welcome, when coupled with the freeze in tax thresholds all that is on offer is a smoke and
Romford Councillor welcomes ‘relief to households’ in Autumn Statement.
St Edwards Ward Councillor David Taylor today shares his views on the recent Autumn Statement. In the Autumn Statement, delivered
Local Co-op campaign sees twiddle muffs made to help those with dementia.
The Co-op in North Street, Romford has recently run a campaign to make as many twiddle muffs as possible in
BREAKING: Investigation launched into fatal police shooting as Dagenham man threatened to take his own life after stating he was in possession of a loaded firearms.
A non police firearm was located by officers at the scene. A further search of the address suggests nobody else
Six males arrested after Chadwell Heath Homophobic assault.
Six young males were arrested for a homophobic assault last month in Chadwell Heath, with the arrests a part of a larger hate crime investigation.
Autumn Statement leaves London Councils with massive financial pressures.
London Councils has warned that the Autumn Statement will leave boroughs facing massive financial pressures, with many struggling to balance
Havering GLA Member calls on London Mayor to allow NHS Ambulances to be exempt from ULEZ charges.
It was revealed last week that the NHS is facing a potential £65 million bill to make ambulances ULEZ compliant.
Join Havering’s Cultural Journey: Becoming London’s Borough of Culture
Havering is pursuing the London Borough of Culture title with an array of cultural events, necessitating community involvement to celebrate its diversity and boost local pride.
Be Safe Be seen-Hylands School takes part in Road Safety Week.
This is ‘Road Safety Week’, from 19 to 25 November.Around 28,000 people will likely be injured on roads in the Greater
East London health campaigner accuses hospital of ‘dangerous plan’ to charge women with uncertain immigration for their treatment.
Barts, which runs five hospital sites in east London, charged 1,389 patients for their care in 2022-23 – 800 of
Barking and Dagenham council staff trained on dealing with knife wounds.
In a bid to equip their frontline staff for any situation, Barking and Dagenham Council have trained several officers in
Labour PPC organises repairs and jet washing of play area on Avelon Road in South Hornchurch.
Labour Parliamentary Prospective Candidate Margaret Mullane responds to local residents concerns. Margaret Mullane, Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, took up
Harold Hill prepares itself for a Christmas Light Switch on Extravaganza!
Harold Hill is looking forward to kick starting the season’s festivities with it’s annual Harold Hill Christmas Light Switch On
‘We will remember you forever’-Family pays tribute to knife crime victim Ricky Hayden.
‘You are the brightest star in the sky’. Today, seven years ago, Ricky Hayden was laid to rest and his
White Ribbon Day to be launched in Romford to tackle violence against women and girls.
Walk It Out launches sixteen days of awareness in Romford Saturday 25 November-Wear a white ribbon to stand in solidarity