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Former special constable given suspended prison sentence for fraud

A former special constable who fraudulently obtained almost £9,000 has been sentenced to four months' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. Moshin Nadeem, 27 (24.01.1992) of...

Funding for mental health

£10,000 has been made available to people in East Essex to hold events to end the stigma people living with a mental health problem...

Councillor presents cheques

Havering's former and most popular Mayor Councillor Dilip Patel presented his cheques to the different charities he spent all last year raising money for. Councillor...

New president of sea cadets

The Hornchurch and Upminster Sea Cadet Unit were pleased to have Councillors Dilip Patel and Sally Miller, Keith Prince London Assembly Member and the...

Council creates more income

This week the Enquirer can exclusively reveal that Havering Council has confirmed the purchase of the retail unit, which is home to Marks &...

Fun and glitz had by all at the carnival

Glitz, glamour and the colour purple were the main attractions at this year's Collier Row Carnival. The yearly event that is a highlight in Havering's...

Free activities and crafts over the summer holidays – Thurrock – Barking & Dagenham

Enjoy the sunshine and see what Thurrock's parks can offer in the school holidays with an action-packed programme of fun Active Parks activities. Thurrock Council...

Stolen Painting Recovered

AN 18th century painting stolen from Valence House Museum in Dagenham, during a burglary has been returned to the museum - almost half a...

United front

Three councillors across Havering have united, to stand together and fight for their green spaces in Havering this week. Councillor Graham Williamson, from the South...

Remembrance Service

A special service of Remembrance was held at Coronation Gardens by the Normandy Veterans Association on Sunday 22 July. The event was organised by Colonel...

The second Pride March well supported by locals

Romford saw its second Pride march on Saturday the 27th of July. The event was attended by thousands who came out to celebrate the...

Client Spotlight – MERCURY SHOPPERS LOVE AUSTRALIAN BAKERS & BARISTAS!

Short for bakers and baristas, bb’s began in Queensland, on the South Coast of Australia in 1981, before arriving in the UK and in...

‘we had no choice but to increase charges’

“IF we didn’t have to do this we wouldn’t, after nine years of austerity we are having to make difficult decisions that we know...

Long jail sentences for men who murdered Mani

Two Barking men and a man from Tottenham have been jailed for the murder of 23 year old Abdulrahman Nassor Juma. The three men who...

The Enquirer backing new police campaign

This week the Enquirer is backing a new campaign started by a group of Havering residents calling for people to show their respect to...

Crowdfunder campaign

The ‘Connected Communities: Barking & Dagenham’ competition is being launched to find organisations right here on our doorstep making change happen in their communities. From...

Youth crime seminar

On Saturday, Queen's Hospital ran a special youth crime prevention seminar entitled 'Save Our Children' that saw Surgeon and NHS Clinical Director for Violence...

Charity seeks help to support bereaved children

A charity that provides counselling to bereaved children across Brentwood and Havering has appealed to the businesses community for support at an event to...

Max gets honorary degree

Great Britain's most successful gymnast Max Whitlock MBE today thanked the University of Essex for the “massive honour” in awarding him an Honorary Degree. Max,...

Tackling child hunger

FareShare East Anglia, a food redistribution charity, is tackling child hunger over the school holiday by redistributing healthy meals and snacks to holiday schemes...

A man charged with terrorism offences following an investigation by the Met’s Counter Terrorism...

Mohammed Yamin, 25 (11.09.93) of east London pleaded guilty to engaging in preparation of terrorist acts contrary to Section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act...

Leyton shooting man charged

Detectives investigating a fatal shooting in Leyton have charged a man with murder. Liridon Saliuka - 29 (20.06.90) of no fixed abode was charged...

Tesco Bags of Help support Clowns in the Sky to provide smiles at Tropical...

A quick visit to Queen’s Hospital on Tuesday 9th July brought some smiles to the children and teens on the Tropical Lagoon, and Tropical...

Green man wins again

The Galvin brothers have added to their already impressive collection of awards, with their Essex pub, Green Man, winning the prestigious Catey Award for...

The Harold Hill Festival

Harold Hill is the place to be on September 7th, as it will host its amazing festival, headlined to be one of the biggest...

Transgender poet Jay Hulme gives talk at Queens Hospital

Transgender performance poet Jay Hulme gave a thought-provoking talk at Queen’s Hospital on Friday 28 June about his experiences of healthcare during his transition. It...

600 pupils compete in Games

A record number of over 600 pupils from 55 Essex primary schools have competed in the Active Essex Summer School Games. The games, which took...

Police Appeal: After Seven Women Sexually Assaulted

Police in Havering are advising women to carry personal alarms around the Harold Wood Station area following a series of sexual offences. Detectives are appealing...

Mercury Security Team of the Year winners

The Security team at The Mercury shopping centre in Romford has been awarded ‘Security team of the Year’ at the. The Sceptre Awards promote excellence...

Sienna wins prize

Fifteen-year-old Sienna Daniel, was crowned Havering public speaker of the year after tackling the exclusive club of acceptable beauty and is now in the...
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