19 hrs ago
Woman who ordered her children to fly-tip fined
The woman, who cannot be named to protect the identity of her children, pleaded guilty to fly-tipping and was sentenced on July 25 at Barkingside Magistrate's Court.
23 hrs ago
Police appeal for witnesseses to woman hit by train
The woman, in her 30s, was air-lifted to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a train at Ilford station, Cranbrook Road at midday yesterday.
Landlord fined A 19k for renting unsafe property
The three-storey property in Cavenham Gardens, Ilford, was occupied by nine people including two children, one being only 18 months old.
Man charged in connection with shopkeeper killing case
Police have charged a seventh man in connection with the death of a businessman killed trying to defend his livelihood.
UKIP councillor comes under fire after wrongly branding religious...
A UKIP councillor who wrongly branded a religious Islamic procession in Ilford a "call to war" on Twitter has been blasted.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
EID 2014: Thousands head to Valentines Park in Ilford to celebrate end of Ramadan
The annual event, organised by Redbridge Islamic Centre, saw families and friends brave the rain to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
Woman sexually assaulted in Ilford
The woman shouted to members of the public and one called the police before following the suspect to Ilford station.
All lines through Ilford blocked after person hit by train
Trains through Ilford could be delayed by up to an hour after reports of a person being hit by a train.
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
Ilford landlord hit with A 18k bill after letting mouse-infested...
A landlord who let an "appalling" mouse-infested house to nine tenants - including a toddler - has been ordered to pay out 18k after being convicted of 15 offences.
Fire at derelict Forest Gate house
Four fire engines from Homerton, Ilford, Leyton and Plaistow stations were called to the scene at 2.09pm and the fire was under control by 3.52pm.
Three Romanian women guilty of prostitution in Ilford Lane where Mariana Popa was killed
Three Romanian women in their 20s pleaded guilty today to prostitution in the Ilford Lane area where sex-worker Mariana Popa was murdered.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Chingford take over at the top as Wanstead and Snaresbrook falter
In at three, Billy Gordon was joined in the middle by five separate partners, but only Nicholas O'Dell and Oliver Peck displayed any staying power.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Pawn shop workers Tasered in face at point-blank range during...
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David Sadiku, 44, of Copeland Road, Walthamstow, and Paulius Strasunskas, 27, of Marston Road, Clayhall, were sentenced along with five others.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Abolishing planning and area committees 'a democratic outrage'
Local area and planning committee meetings were officially abolished in a council meeting last Thursday at Redbridge Town Hall in Ilford.
Gallery: Olympic legacy celebrated at family-friendly fun day in Ilford
Children and adults alike enjoyed The Olympic Legacy - Track 'n' Stage Arena Day on Saturday, which saw them take part in a range of sporting activities.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Redbridge Council 'unable to confirm' whereabouts of suspected illegal immigrant
Redbridge Council has said it is unable to confirm the whereabouts of a suspected illegal immigrant found clinging to the chassis of a coach in Ilford.
Fears for local democracy as public committees abolished on 'dark day' for Redbridge'
The decision-making committees, which had an annual budget and enabled residents and councillors to discuss policies and local issues, were set up in 2000.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Sex exhibition to be held in London
Sex toys, ancient carvings and medical artefacts will be among objects on display at a new exhibition opening in central London in November.