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Transport for London has issued travel advice ahead of the London Marathon with four days of strikes set to hit the Docklands Light Railway.

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A charity boss has warned cuts to youth service budgets have created a “ticking time bomb”.

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Green Party

A woman was told to speak English in England before being dragged around by her hair in a “vicious” assault on a tube train.

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British Transport Police

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local election to protect the borough’s parks.

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Sadiq Khan

The police have released CCTV images in an appeal to help find a missing 27 year-old-man.

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An Islamic school charging £3,000 a year fees has said it was horrified to learn a former teacher tried to recruit children before planning terror attacks across the capital.

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Forest Gate

Workers on the Docklands Light Railway are due to go on a four day strike over the weekend of the London Marathon.

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London

Three youths have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent following the stabbing of a 13-year-old boy.

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Public bodies, charities and businesses across the borough have reported differences in men and women’s pay for the first time.

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Newham Council

A team of recycling plant workers who went on strike over “dangerous” conditions have urged their boss to meet their demands.

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London

A charity helping refugees make friends with British citizens to help them overcome loneliness has launched an urgent appeal for volunteers.

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London

There were 290 serious incidents at Barts Health NHS Trust in two years, the latest figures show.

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NHS

An unqualified teacher who trained a “mini militia” of children for terrorist attacks in London has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 25 years.

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Forest Gate

Children have been left “traumatised” after being groomed by an Islamic State-inspired terrorist, the Old Bailey heard today.

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UN Court

Detectives have been given more time to question three teenagers arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences.

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London police

A story telling a little known chapter of British history has been published after gathering dust in an attic for almost 50 years.

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India

Newham’s Ramgarhia Sikh community arrived in east London in the 1960s, meeting in a number of places to worship before settling in their current home in Neville Road, Forest Gate.

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Forest Gate

A principal who is leaving a college she helped turn around has said it will remain in her heart always.

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Newham Council

A landlord who failed to install smoke alarms in his rented flat even after a fire in the apartment block has been fined thousands of pounds under new council powers.

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London Fire Brigade

The Mayor of London announced plans to “name and shame” rogue landlords during raids on Newham properties today.

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Sadiq Khan

Newham Council’s chief executive was the third highest paid in London last year, a report out today reveals.

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Newham Council

The last public information films might have aired years ago, but the short broadcasts reveal fascinating insights into days gone by.

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Forest Gate

A man in his 20s has suffered life-changing injuries after a shooting.

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Forest Gate

Forty years after his first long distance run a 73-year-old man is preparing to complete his last marathon - before he decides whether to do an ultramarathon.

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Silvertown

A man who was stabbed to death inside an off-licence in Custom House has been named locally as Ahmed Jah.

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Thick fog has led to cancellations at London City Airport.

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Aspiring Andy Murrays and Jo Kontas are to get a boost from a £370,000 tennis court revamp.

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Newham Council

A pop-up event inviting people to wander through a giant inflatable intestine is coming to Newham.

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University College London

Newham is one of the worst areas in London to see a GP, a study out today shows.

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Care Quality Commission

Campaigners chanted “Don’t lose the loos” while petitioning against the possible closure of public toilets.

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Newham Council

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