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Have Havering Conservatives turned their back on Romford?

At the recent Budget meeting, Romford Conservatives opposed the town's improvement despite residents' concerns about the market and crime. The Romford Masterplan aims to enhance the town, attracting investment and creating a better environment. Additionally, the Conservatives challenged the SEND bud...

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Join the Harold Hill Wombles for Romford Market Litter Pick in Support of Keep Britain Tidy!

Join Harold Hill Wombles on March 16 at 11 am to clean up South Street and Romford Market Place.

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Romford Safer Neighbourhood officers arrest male wanted on a warrant and shoplifting in the town centre.

Officers on patrol yesterday, Sunday 3 March noticed a male who swiftly changed direction when he noticed their arrival

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London News: Man who preyed on gay community and claimed to be 17 years old jailed for series of robberies.

Reda Zahri, 22 of Haverstock Road, NW5 was was jailed for 11 years and six months at Southwark Crown Court on Friday, 1 March.

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Services under threat despite council tax rises.

Labour Councillors, as part of the Boroughs Joint Administration, spoke in favour of its proposed budget despite reservations over the £54m capitalisation/loan facility approved by Government Ministers and the necessity to cut services and increase charges.

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East Area officers stop and search results in removal of weapons and drugs.

East Area Neighbourhood officers have recovered weapons and drugs at a residential address in Seven Kings after a stop and search undertaken in Barking last week.

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Man found deceased in Harold Hill, death not thought to be suspicious.

A man has sadly been found deceased at Enfield House, Leyburn Crescent in Harold Hill. His death is being treated as unexpected but not thought to be suspicious.

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‘Bernie was a dearly loved grandfather who had lived in the area of over 20 years’-Family pay moving tribute to pensioner who was killed outside Harold Wood station.

Bernie was a dearly loved brother, father and grandfather who had been living in the area for over 20 years.  He was a quiet, gentle man who lived alone but who, over the years, had helped many of the residents in his local community. 

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Labour PPC works with Havering Council to repair issues at Rainham Village.

Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Dagenham and Rainham has given her thanks to Havering Council for responding quickly to an issue in Rainham Village.

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Essex Family Fest is back!

The Hornchurch spectacular organised by Havering Hero Ciaran from Havering Mind is set to feature lots for all the family to see and do including- magicians, tribute acts and Punch and Judy!

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When the news broke that Sarah Everard’s murderer was a serving Met Police officer, London held its breath in complete shock.

The horrendous murder of Sarah Everard and the disgusting abuse of women by Carrick, has left women appalled across London. The epic vetting failure that allowed these monsters and the numerous others that have come to light since then.

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Havering approve their ‘most difficult’ budget in Council history.

Havering Council has approved the 2024/2025 budget.This has been labelled the most difficult budget in the Council’s history, after the Government confirmed it was minded to grant an in principle approval for the Council’s Capitalisation Direction.

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Havering Chief Executive announces Dept for Levelling Up has notified council that a £54 million Capitalisation loan could be issued.

n a recent council meeting aimed at approving the new budget for 2024/2025, significant decisions were made that could impact various sectors within the community.

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Tory Candidate for Dagenham and Rainham meets with the Chancellor ahead of next week’s Spring Budget.

Sam Holland, Conservative candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, met with the Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt ahead of next week’s Spring Budget

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Labour representative emphasises the importance of good and affordable childcare in Dagenham and Rainham.

Within Dagenham and Rainham 44% of children are living in relative poverty meaning it’s critical that more is done to improve childcare systems and bridge the gap between early years and primary education.

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Harold Hill residents leave angry message for Havering Council-‘Shame on you!’

'Shame on you!' was written all across the building hoardings. Once that was removed by the council, a new message was then left -'Stop building on our green spaces.'

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Drug crime falling across London boroughs but not in Havering.

The numbers show all but two London boroughs have seen a decline in the number of drug offences in the area since 2021; Haringey and Havering.

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Community pay tribute to Harold Wood pensioner Bernie who was murdered-‘He was such a lovely gentleman’.

He would go and get his paper every morning. He was such a lovely gentleman," were the words left by one Harold Wood resident paying their respects to 87 year old Bernard Fowler.

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Gooshays Safer Neighbourhood officers remove quantity of drugs and make two arrests.

Officers from the Gooshays Safer Neighbourhood Ward yesterday worked with Havering Joint Task Force to execute a drugs warrant that saw drugs removed from a premises and two people arrested.

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87 year old Harold Wood pensioner murdered- named by police.

Detectives investigating the murder of a pensioner in Harold Wood yesterday Tuesday 27 February, have identified the victim as 87-year-old Bernard Fowler from Harold Wood.