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HD Festival license could be revoked
The future of the HD music festival could be in doubt as plans to revoke its license are due to be discussed tomorrow.
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Robbers and burglars getting off 'scot-free' as police do not...
Robbers and burglars may be getting off "scot-free" because police are recovering CCTV footage for just a fifth of crimes, a Havering councillor has claimed.
Christmas comes early for Woodford Bridge with A 1.7m improvement scheme
The town centre, near the M11 flyover, will be renovated with money from Transport for London following a successful bid by Redbridge Council.
A 507 fine for dropping a bottle
Anti-social litter bugs across Redbridge may want to re-think their bad habits as it's revealed one rubbish dropping resident is facing a fine of more than 500.
Muslim community help Redbridge's rough sleepers
Hats, coats and gloves will be keeping rough sleepers slightly warmer this Christmas after a large donation from the Muslim community.
The future of one of Britain's biggest dance music festival is at risk.
The High Definition Festival, a summer event held at Forest Farm, in Forest Road, Ilford, will undergo a licensing review on Thursday at Ilford Town Hall.
Schoolgirl awarded for 'unforgettable' contribution to studies
A pupil has been awarded a medal and A 200 for telling the story of her grandmother's trip to Berlin in 1961 when she witnessed events around the building of the Berlin Wall.
Match fixing accused Cristian Montano also faces a rape trial and is sacked by Oldham Athletic
The Colombian winger and two other men deny the rape of a woman in London last year in will stand trial in March He already faced claims he tried to get a yellow card for cash during a game against Wolves in October.
Disabled badge holders reminded to keep cars secure in wake of thefts
Disabled parking badge holders across the borough are being reminded to keep their cars secure following an increase in blue badge thefts.
Failing primary school achieves biggest improvement in results
A school deemed to be failing by a government inspectorate has achieved the biggest improvement in results in the borough.
Kitson and Beano put the dagger in.
Oxford United 442:01 Clarke,13 Hunt,03 Newey,14 Hall booked,19 Mullins,06 Wright,15 Williams ,17 Rose,09 Constable ,08 Kitson,37 Ruffles Substitutes:04 Raynes,07 Rigg,10 Smalley,18 Davies,20 Marsh,21 Crocombe,30 Long Scorer:Constable 8' Kitson 90' Dagenham & Redbridge 442:01 Lewington,18 Hoyte,03 Ilesanmi,17 Howell,02 Wilkinson,05 Saah,08 Ogogo,12 ... (more)
East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Algimantas Galinaitis
The missing persons unit of Redbridge has compiled a list of residents whose disappearances are still being investigated in order to raise more public awareness over the festive period.
Oxford v Dagenham & Redbridge
Its back to league action after the two FA Cup matches. Chris Wilder welcomes back Sean Rigg, Michael Raynes and Asa Hall.
Elderly and vulnerable patients punished by 'outrageous' Spearpoint surgery move, says report
An elderly man with dementia has to get an ambulance just to see his GP after the "outrageous" move of a Newbury Park surgery, a report has revealed.
Daggers boss Burnett - A tough month starts with Oxford United
Dagenham & Redbridge will only be halfway through the season come the end of December, but manager Wayne Burnett believes this month's results will be instrumental in how they will fare.
Redbridge carer calls for more funding to fight onset of dementia in the UK
The Redbridge branch of a leading dementia carers' charity has received nearly 250,000 in funding but "it is still not enough", according to one support worker.
GPs urging people to avoid A&E for non-emergencies
The Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group has estimated that up to 40 per cent of patients visiting A&E services only receive advice and not treatment.
Warning over 'burglary stickers'
The public is being warned after stickers which are thought to be used by burglary gangs to mark vulnerable homes begun to appear in Redbridge.
Redbridge primary schools smash national average score in core subjects - again
In reading, writing and maths, 91.3 per cent of children are making their expected progress, according to statistics released on Thursday by the Department of Education.