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Super-strength booze ban comes into force
Cllr Ross Hatfull and Redbridge police's Mark Hill with shopkeepers Halil Ibrahim Binboga, Jagvinder Singh, Mustafa Demir and Kamal Singh Shopkeepers in parts of Cranbrook Road, Ilford, have volunteered to stop selling high-strength beer, lager and cider in an effort to curb anti-behaviour in the area.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Social enterprise aims to promote organic produce
A social enterprise aiming to increase the supply of organic food in Redbridge is due to open a new educational site in Barkingside.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Mayor joins Redbridge Disabled Women's Welfare Association for lunch
Cllr Ashley Kissin, mayor of Redbridge, joined the ladies for an afternoon of delicious food and dancing at the Jack Carter centre.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Why you can expect to pay twice as much for your car insurance if you live in Cardiff than Llandudno
Elsewhere, a motorist living in London faces paying almost four times the amount that a driver in the Isle of Man would spend on their car insurance.
'I had a connection with the Great War'
To mark the First World War's centenary, the Guardian is asking readers about their memorabilia from the conflict.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Ilford's BBC DJ Limelight to bring mix tent alive at London Mela
Sandeep Sharma, of Ilford, better known as the BBC Asian Network's DJ Limelight, will be gracing the stage with his radio co-host Kan D Man at this year's London Mela, Gunnersbury Park, Ealingon August 31. The DJ-turned-music-producer, who plays hip hop, grime and R&B from artists of south Asian descent, will be getting crowds of 80,000 plus pumped ... (more)
Boom or bust? A town ready to make most of new train link
It's been hailed as a catalyst to investment in Redbridge - and the Crossrail factor can already been seen in the borough.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Redbridge A-levels 2014: Palmer Catholic Academy
Stand-out students from Palmer Catholic Academy, Seven Kings, included Gerard Jones, 18, of Wanstead, who got an A* in English, and A's in maths and French.
A vulnerable man who went missing from a care home in Highams Park has been found.
Tamay Nidai, 39, a Turkish national, went missing from Highams Lodge Care Home in The Avenue on the morning of July 4. After being off his medication for over a week, Mr Nidai was found in Borehamwood on Tuesday and is currently receiving care at Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford.
Scheme under way in area blighted by crime and anti-social behaviour associated with alcohol.
A scheme targeting drinkers who make an area "feel unsafe" by banning the sale of cheap, strong beer and cider has been welcomed by businesses and a leading alcohol charity.
Redbridge A-levels 2014: Ilford County High School
All eight of Ilford County High School's Oxbridge candidates had their places confirmed this morning after receiving their A-level results.
Mother parking car kills daughter
Bolutito Shodipe was struck by the car, which her mother was parking outside West Hounslow tube station, at about 09:40 BST on Wednesday.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Faith leaders unite in Newham to promote religious tolerance message
Father Britto Belevendran, Father Dennis Hall Rabbi David Hulbert Reverend Hemaratana Tejvir Singh and Harmander Singh Azeemia Foundation invited representatives from different faiths and communities to attend Adam Day: Unity in Diversity - an annual event aimed at bringing together people from different faiths.
CCTV Released Following Sexual Assault On 15-Year-Old
Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with a sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl.
Two men charged with false imprisonment in connection with festival death
A duo was charged earlier today with false imprisonment and kidnapping in connection with the death of a Brownstock festival goer last year, Gregory Maxwell, 32, of Masefield Crescent, Romford, and Brian Atkins, 49, of Gordon Road, Ilford, appeared at Chelmsford Magistrates Court, for the false imprisonment and kidnapping of Australian Paul ... (more)
Train not stopping at Romford or Brentwood
If you were going to catch the train to Liverpool Street at 7.48am from Romford, or 7.37am from Brentwood, you may need to rethink your commute.
This Is London
Selfless son paid off debts and called his mother before train - suicide'
A personal trainer settled his newsagent bill and paid off A 400 in parking fines in a string of "selfless" acts before apparently taking his own life.
Ilford North MP Lee Scott to take Redbridge Roundabout petition to Boris Johnson
An MP is stepping up the fight to ease "immense" traffic at a busy roundabout after a campaign group petition was dismissed by a transport body.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Crackdown on sale of super-strength alcohol comes into force
Cllr Ross Hatfull and PC Mark Hill with shopkeepers Halil Ibrahim Binboga , Jagvinder Singh , Mustafa Demir and Kamal Singh .
Shopping arcade appeal rejected
An appeal against a decision to block the building of a four-storey shopping arcade in a conservation area was rejected yesterday.