An engineering design blunder could mean part-closures on the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line stretch into early 2018 – with seething funders Transport for London (TfL) promising to seek compensation.
To win a programme called SAS: Who Dares Wins suggests a person is pretty hard.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said it “embarrasses” him as a football fan that most Premier League clubs, including West Ham United, are not accredited London Living Wage employers.
Newham has the second-least vibrant economy in the country, a new report by an international accountancy firm has claimed.
Romans, railways, mega-ships, Nazi bombs, whales, planes, socialism, sewers, cows and plenty more – the Royal Docks has seen just about everything in its colourful history.
Three men have been jailed for assaulting a man in a shopping centre.
Donald Trump is the next president of the United States of America.
House prices are rising faster here than anywhere else in the country.
The results are in – and our American namesake chose Trump.
The Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, has said a proposed rise in business rates could “jeopardise” the borough’s economic success.
EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has discovered he is directly descended from two kings of England.
A man who killed a pubgoer with a kitchen knife after a bar brawl has been jailed for 20 years.
Shots from a field gun, prayers and a brass band accompanied marchers and mourners as the borough paid tribute this morning to those who gave their lives for Britain.
Natural disasters, war, poverty and dreams of a new life prompted tens of thousands of Bangladeshis to move to Britain in the 1970s.
The jury in a trial of a man accused of murdering a pubgoer is deciding its verdict.
Chinese investors have officially signed a £1.7billion deal to overhaul the Royal Albert Dock and create the capital’s “third major financial centre” in Newham.
Round about the time Britain last held a referendum on the European Union, Rose Powers was just starting out as a poppy seller.
A woman who grew up in the shadow of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has celebrated landing a job at an architectural firm involved in building homes in the area.
More notices were issued to Newham residents for the likes of rough sleeping, messy gardens and street drinking than anywhere else in the country.
A man has been arrested in connection with a hit and run that left a grandmother and two of her grandchildren injured.
A GP surgery has been placed in special measures after the health regulator rated it inadequate.
A West Ham United footballer was chased by motorcyclists claiming to be armed while driving near the club’s training ground.
There are more registered sex offenders in the borough than anywhere else in London, new figures show.
A woman in her late seventies has lost a legal battle to stay in the house she has lived in her whole life.
A councillor from the borough has put himself forward to battle Zac Goldsmith in a high-profile west London by-election.
A week devoted to the borough’s history has been hailed a “huge success” – and a step towards a permanent museum.
A man who was stabbed in the build-up to a pub brawl that ended in another man’s death told a court today that one of the accused shouted “someone’s going to die tonight” before knifing him.
Two hit-and-run victims who suffered life-changing injuries have accused police of “fobbing” them off.
The House of Commons justice committee said last week that there were “serious” problems with the diversity of magistrates and that they needed to be “far more representative”.
The head of London City Airport has praised the government for approving Heathrow expansion plans.
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