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Concern over move to home-based rehab treatment.
New intermediate care services, on trial since November, will reduce the number of community rehab beds from 104 to between 40 and 61, with more patients treated at home.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
First World War centenary: Tale of man who lay injured in No Man's...
The tale of a man who lay severely injured in no man's land for two days after being caught up in a bomb blast is one of many local stories that will be told at a new exhibition.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Nostalgia: Havering in history on July 25, 1954, 1974 and 1994
The alarm had been raised when smoke was seen pouring out of ventilators and the front door of the butcher's department of the London Co-operative shop, in South Street, Romford.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Tributes made to South Hornchurch community stalwart, Mick Fury
Mr Fury was a former chairman of the London Borough of Havering Housing Committee and the Orchard Village Housing Association.
Trusts have worst debt in London
Cllr Wes Streeting, left, and health campaigner Andy Walker have warned patient safety could be jeopardised, jobs could be lost and services cut as underperforming trust try to tackle huge debt.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Old bags queue for Liberty's big old bag swap
Staff from Liberty with Linda Trew, Mayor of Havering, Jonathon Poole, centre manager and Robbie Benham, cabinet member for the environmet An army of "old bags" queued at a shopping centre to exchange their old bags for more environmentally friendly ones.
Failing NHS trust to give update on improvement plan
The failing NHS trust in charge of King George and Queen's hospitals in Redbridge will provide updates on improvements at a public meeting tomorrow.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Police search for missing Romford girl, 14, after brief return home
Milly Davy was first reported missing on June 19 and returned home yesterday after nearly a month - but she quickly disappeared again.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Families gear up for new Havering cycle scheme
Positive Parents Cycling provides everyone the chance to experience the joy of cycling, with a variety of specially adapted bikes for disabled children for hire at Thames Chase Forest Centre in Pike Lane, Upminster.
Hornchurch marathon man, 89, up for national award
An 89-year-old marathon man has been nominated for a national award after raising more than 100,000 for his local hospice.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
GPs launch 'care in the community' consultation
GPs in Redbridge want your views on plans to move health care out of hospitals and into people's homes.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Mooooo-ve over: Council decides to replace park staff with Cows
Havering council have brought in a number of Red Poll Cattle cows to help cut the grass in the boroughs parks A council hopes to trim a bit off its grass-cutting budget when they bring in a workforce of cows to help keep the grass under control in its parks this summer.
Romford Pictures: Hornchurch in Harmony at music festival
Hornchurch in Harmony, an annual community festival, saw residents young and old celebrate the vibrant musical sounds of jazz, classical and pop while enjoying the sunshine.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Would you like illegal cigarettes with that? Romford burger seller...
Karen Pardon, of Heather Gardens, Romford, was handed a bill of A 1,825 for the offences when she appeared at Barkingside Magistrates' Court on Friday last week.
Quick-thinking Harold Hill Primary pupils are named Junior Citizens 2014
Year six children from Harold Wood Primary School have been named Junior Citizens 2014 after completing a series of challenges along with 26 other Havering primary schools.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
The new Bishop of Barking has been announced, with his consecration to take place this month.
The Venerable Peter Hill, currently the Archdeacon of Nottingham, will take over the leadership of the diocese which covers Barking & Dagenham, Epping Forest, Harlow, Havering, Newham, Redbridge and Waltham Forest.
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Police warn of targeted van thefts
Police are calling on the public to remain vigilant following a spate of van thefts across London and parts of Essex.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Nostalgia: Havering in history on July 11, 1954, 1974 and 1994
A Hornchurch man was sentenced to three years in prison for stealing A 2,500 worth of artefacts which had belonged to Lord Nelson.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
NHS urges Havering residents to donate organs
In Greater London, 76 people died due to the shortage of organs in the last year, while 1,949 are awaiting a transplant.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Do you know this man? CCTV appeal launched after children mugged in Romford
Police have released this image of a man they want to question after two children were mugged in the subway under Mercury House in Romford.