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How war-time innocence turned to tragedy at East Ham school
A tragic incident which cost schoolboy evacuees their lives during the Second World War, has been recalled by a friend who survived.
Redbridge remembers the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela
In the wake of Nelson Mandela's death, Redbridge residents and politicians have been reflecting on his legacy and the impact he had on their lives.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Things To Do In London Today: Friday 6 December 2013
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A Christmas gift for borough's rough sleepers
As the cold weather firmly sets in, a set of volunteers and charity workers have been making festive arrangements for vulnerable and homeless people in the borough.
He's behind you! The British pantomime is as popular as ever
'Tis the season for family outings, overeating, mulled wine and, for many, the long-standing tradition of the British Christmas pantomime.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Ilford delivery driver scales building in dramatic rescue of customer's baby
A delivery driver who has been in the job for less than two weeks has been hailed a hero after shimmying up a drainpipe to rescue a customer's baby.
Temporary pool plans underway for south Redbridge but Labour group slams 'substandard' service
A 40,000 study will soon be underway to see where a pool, leisure complex and library could be put in the south of Redbridge.
Dog suffered a various injuries.
Police were called to Windmill Lane in Ilford on November 27 at around 01.30am following reports of an animal being abused.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Parking charges dropped to 30p for 30mins in Redbridge high streets for Christmas
Drivers will be charged 30p for 30 minutes for on-street pay and display areas and 30p for 20 minutes in Ilford Town Centre, where it previously cost 80p, indefinitely.
Queen coming to Barkingside to unveil new Barnardo's headquarters next week
She will officially unveil the newly built headquarters of children's charity Barnardo's together with the Duchess of Cornwall.
Violent criminal faked documents to avoid community service
Naeem Dairywala, 24, of Lemington Gardens in Ilford, pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice at Redbridge Magistrates Court on November 25. Dairywala was handed a four-month suspended prison sentence and ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after he was found guilty of two counts of battery in 2012.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
History: Iconic Wanstead Police Station sold after 127 years
Until its closure in September, Wanstead Police Station was the only London police station left to still have its famous blue lamp outside.
Have your say on King George Hospital A&E closure at public meeting on Friday
Residents will get to have their say on the closure of King George Hospital's A&E at a public meeting with NHS managers on Friday.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Music improves lives of people with dementia say Alzheimer's Society
An interactive music event aimed at improving the skills and living environment for people with dementia took place on Thursday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Daggers announce new chairman as Dave Andrews steps down
Dagenham & Redbridge have a new chairman in the shape of David Bennett after Dave Andrews decided to retire from the position at the club's AGM last night.
MPs and trust chief to discuss closure of King George Hospital's A&E at public meeting
Residents will have the chance to grill NHS managers in a meeting over the planned closure of King George Hospital's A&E next week.
Paris 'shotgun shooter' was convicted of domestic violence against...
The French anarchist accused of wounding a photographer in a Paris shooting spree had been convicted of domestic violence in Britain shortly before returning to France, it can be revealed today.
Redbridge councillor: Betting machines are the "crack cocaine" of the industry
Bookmakers should sign up to a special set of rules to help clampdown on betting machines dubbed the "crack cocaine" of the industry, according to a Redbridge councillor.
Club doorman Christopher Lombard was shot several times.
Police have launched a fresh appeal and a reward to trace two men believed to be involved in the murder of a club doorman 17 years ago.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
HIV cases 'twice the national average'
Public Health England say 2.7 in every 1,000 people in the borough has been diagnosed with the virus, compared to a 1.5 nationally.