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Dovers Green’s fate to be decided today

The Planning Committee at Havering Council will decide the fate of Dover’s Green, a community space in the heart of South Hornchurch that is...

East end schools celebrate royal wedding in style (with Video)

Harry and Meghan Havering and Barking and Dagenham were both awash with red, white and blue as school children across the borough’s celebrated the wedding...

Police continue to combat violent attack

Following the recent increase in violent crime and a shooting in Collier Row, The Enquirer spoke with Superintendent Sean Wilson from the East Area...

Busy Easter weekend

High level of violent crime Police dealt with a high level of violent crime across Essex and East London over the Easter holiday weekend, including...

A touching tribute to treasured to Barking teaching assistant Pat

Manor Junior School in Barking went orange on Friday March 16 to remember a much-loved member of staff who passed away from cancer last...

Barking and Dagenham College creative courses make award shortlist

"Skills needed for the creative sector to continue to thrive" Barking and Dagenham College have announced they have been shortlisted for the ‘creative and cultural...

Making families SMILE this Easter

Easter egg collection A charity in East London is collecting Easter eggs for families living in hostels this Easter. SMILE in London and Essex are...

Residents in Barking want a ‘safer neighbourhood’

Lefley estate Unhappy residents of the Lefley estate in Barking met with Leader of the Council, Councillor Darren Rodwell and Superintendent Sean Wilson, from the...

Search for witnesses after fatal stabbing in Barking

Detectives continue to appeal for information and witnesses following the fatal stabbing of a teenager in Barking. Police were called at approximately 10.11pm on Saturday...

Dagenham’s Lexie losing her luscious locks in show of support for...

“Mummy I want to cut all my hair off for aunty Dot,” were the inspirational words uttered by eight-year-old Lexie Day, who is cutting...

Police respond to resident concerns in Harold Hill

Officer says more will be done Following this paper’s recent reporting of the issues around anti-social behaviour in the Farnham Road area of Harold Hill,...

Work starts on London’s first Youth Zone project

New £6m facility scheduled for 2019 “Today is supposed to be the saddest day of the year, but for us it’s the most exciting day”,...

Romford hospice volunteer bids farewell after 30 years of service

She has helped out a Saint Francis's since 1986 A volunteer at a Havering’s Saint Francis Hospice is saying goodbye after more than 30 years...

Councillor says all is being done to help claimants with new...

Universal Credit has been widely criticised Barking and Dagenham Council are ‘bracing’ themselves for the introduction of the universal credit roll-out, fearing it could inflict...

Anti-social gangs causing misery in Harold Hill

"The police do nothing" “Police presence hasn’t dropped, its fallen off the cliff”, was the stark message issued by a shopkeeper in Farnham Road, Harold...

Harold Hill residents raise issues face to face with council leaders

Meeting described as "positive" Following an outbreak of anti-social behaviour in the Hilldene area of Harold Hill, Lorraine Moss and Jan Sargent visited Havering Council...

Hornchurch Labour supporter is taking matters into his own hands

23-year-old has been campaigning since he was 15 Havering’s Nicholas West is so tired of not being able to afford a property of his own,...

Romford hospital asking people to use A&E ‘wisely’

'Stay away unless absolutely necessary' Queen's Hospital in Romford are asking the public to use their accident and emergency department 'wisely' to help ease the...

Multi-agency effort to rid Havering of fly-tippers

Equipment worth £10,000 seized in recent raid Havering Council has joined forces with neighbouring boroughs and other partners in a bid to clamp down on...

Brutal cockfighting gang banned from owning birds

“Cockfighting is a cruel practise which was outlawed almost 200 years ago" Five men have been disqualified from keeping birds for life after RSPCA and...

Helping women make peace with their past

Peaced Together A former NHS nurse has set up a course for women that want to improve their self-esteem, confidence and make peace with their...

Footage of suspects in Barking distraction theft released

Metropolitan Police investigating a distraction theft have released CCTV footage of three suspects they want to trace. At approximately 12pm on September, 16 2017, the...

‘Mayor’s plan not for us’ says Havering councillor

Over-development a worry for many residents Residents Association Councillor for South Hornchurch, Graham Williamson, ‘fears’ for the future of Havering borough and believes it could...

Tilbury2 takes another step

  A proposed new port in Thurrock, part of a £1bn investment to grow the capacity of the current Port of Tilbury, is one step...

Students take part in mock murder trial

They were expected to follow court etiquette Students at an east London college had the privileged opportunity of taking part in a mock murder trial...

Idris Elba to honour his old college

Award-winning actor coming back to Barking & Dagenham  Hollywood Actor Idris Elba announced on TV that he will be laying a commemorative paving stone outside...

London’s first Youth Zone coming to Dagenham

The project has been successful in other parts of the country Despite the wintery conditions, a sense of excitement was felt in Dagenham on Monday,...

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt visits Romford Hospital

Mr Hunt praised Queen's following visit last week  Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and NHS England’s Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, praised Queen’s Hospital for making...

NHS halts plans for medical facility on Rainham’s Orchard Village Estate

NHS cites building conditions as reason to scrap plans The Deputy Leader of the Independent Residents Association has slammed Orchard Village landlords, saying they should...

Driving expert gives tips on staying safe on frozen roads

Former head of Met's Driving School shares his advice With snow and ice blighting the region this week, the Enquirer spoke with Mark Lewis, former...
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