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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Appeal – Missing Person Tamara Richardson-Headlam

We are appealing for the public’s help to find 16-year-old Tamara Richardson-Headlam who is missing from the Westcliff area in Southend. Tamara was last seen...

Film to help cancer patients

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospital Trust has launched a short film to guide patients through its cancer services, charity funded and starring two...

New generation of road heroes

The RAC has four new patrols on the road thanks to the success of a new apprenticeship scheme, which has just seen its first...

Campaign to save A&E is gaining in momentum

HAVERING Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham Councils have all joined efforts to save King George’s A&E department from closure. A team of campaigners have been...

Brentwood recovered jewellery in Dagenham

Do you recognise this jewellery? Officers have recovered these items, which we believe to be stolen, after searching properties in Dagenham. We would like to...

Proposed sterile services move ‘puts patients at risk’

A member of staff from the Sterile Services unit at Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospital Trust, has told The Enquirer how he believes patients...

Sustainable new business wins £5,000 of funding

A product design student has won a competition run by Shell for an innovative way to reduce CO2 emissions. Giuseppe Baidoo, 27, runs company OOZE...

Councillor slams impact of pilot police scheme

A Havering councillor is calling upon the borough to withdraw from the pilot tri-borough policing scheme currently taking place between Havering, Redbridge and Barking...

Green credentials for new centre

The Enquirer this week had a behind the scenes peak at the new Sapphire Jubilee Community Centre at Highfield Towers, Collier Row, Romford. The name...

Innovative business is up for award

A group of three former students of Barking & Dagenham College have been shortlisted in the finals of one of the biggest UK start...

Men are jailed following spice trial

Following the Met Police's Operation Kaskara, the crackdown on the 'Spice' drug, a 45-year-old man from Romford and a 40-year-old man from Ilford, were...

Digital currency aims to help local business

Israel based tech company Colu, pioneers in creating digital, localised currencies have recently launched a new currency in the UK - the Local Pound,...

School leading the way on rights

A Primary School in Dagenham has received the prestigious UNICEF UK Rights Respecting Schools Award Level 1, one of only 1000 schools nationwide to...

The future is green

A National Geographic explorer has begun an epic 311-mile trek across London. Daniel Raven Ellison, 37, will visit all 32 boroughs in a campaign to...

Mayor Sadiq Khan pledges to tackle London knife crime

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has made it clear to the Government that knife crime across the capital simply has to stop. The Mayor...

Deadlifting his way into record books

A Dagenham teenager has gone into the Guinness World Record Books after smashing the record for the longest duration 100kg deadlift. Najam Iqbal, 16, who...

London protest calling for cystic fibrosis drug availability

Protestors wearing oxygen masks in London are calling for a life- saving treatment for young people to be made available on the NHS. The cystic...

Riots after protests

Forest Gate Police station and its officers were attacked by protestors between Sunday night and the early hours of Monday morning following the death...

Pharmacist is jailed for selling drugs on the street

A pharmacist who stole almost £5,000 worth of prescription drugs has been jailed. Niren Patel, 38 of Ilford, Essex was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment...

Putting students First

An education charity is helping schools across the region harness the talents and experiences of alumni to support current students. Future First is working with...

Blaze proof checks

In response to last week’s devastating fire at Grenfell Tower in Kensington, Barking and Dagenham borough council have tried to reassure residents that housing...

Hospice charity shop is hit by heartless thieves

A charity shop in Romford which is raising money for children with life-limiting illnesses was broken into last weekend by heartless thieves. The Little Havens...

Death toll expected to rise after Grenfell Tower disaster

Are other tower blocks safe? THE death toll in the London tower block inferno is still being assessed today It is known that at least 17...

Last weekend’s Barking Folk Festival is a sunny success

BARKING Folk Festival took place last weekend and a crowd of thousands turned up over the two days to see some of the country’s...

Open Day to share information about South Essex Crematorium’s ceremonies

One of the busiest crematoria in the UK - South Essex Crematorium, commemorates its 60th anniversary this month by welcoming visitors to an open...

THE CURSE OF HATRED

Page One Opinion Over the past few days our Intelligence Services have come in for criticism after the sickening London Bridge attack last Saturday. The question...

Quality award

Queen’s Hospital in Romford has become the first in the country to receive the Deaf-Aware Quality Mark. The hospital, run by Barking Havering and Redbridge...

Romford’s Queen’s Hospital is first in country to receive deaf award

QUEEN'S Hospital in Romford has become the first in the country to receive the Deaf-Aware Quality Mark. The hospital, run by Barking Havering and Redbridge University...

New anti-littering scheme launched across London to clean up Thames

A NEW initiative being launched is targeting ‘tidy litterers’ across London and the surrounding area and hopes to tackle the impact litter has on...

Three men jailed following home robbery in Newham

Elderly victim robbed at home. TWO East London men and a third from Norfolk have been jailed for the violent robbery of a 69-year-old man...
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