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Boogie rockers Status Quo have had more than 60 hits and become legends in the music industry. Now a tribute band are bringing the magic to Hornchurch.

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A dog walker was threatened with a gun and viciously attacked by three men on Wanstead Flats, after his hound had been mauled by their Staffordshire bull terrier.

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Commuters face a chaotic journey home this evening as a number of services have been cancelled due to damage to the overhead electric wires between Stratford and Ilford.

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Forest Gate

With the mercury reaching the low 30s over the weekend and expected to remain high throughout the week people will be looking for ways to keep cool.

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United Kingdom

As we wave goodbye to 2016 thousands of us will be pledging to give up our vices and take on new commitments for our New Year’s resolutions.

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The family of a dock worker who died from an asbestos related condition are urging others to seek legal advice after receiving compensation for their relative’s death.

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A person has been taken to hospital following a collision between two buses earlier today.

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A brainy team of UEL students will get the chance to show off their intellectual prowess on national television.

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Cambridge

Trevor Blackman is a man with a vision. He has masterminded the redevelopment of a four storey building to provide a space for young people to pursue their dreams.

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Newham Council

A short film about the lives of Muslim girls going to school in the borough has been nominated for Britain’s most prestigious documentary awards.

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United Kingdom

Detectives from the Met’s London Flying Squad have charged two men, one from East Ham, in connection with 35 burglaries in west London last year.

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London

A fundraiser set up for a 20-year-old man who died following a stabbing in a Stratford park has surpassed its intended target.

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For the last few years Newham schools have been steadily improving their standards with ofsted rating all schools good or outstanding.

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Barriers have been erected at the entrances of Westfield Stratford City ahead of the West Ham’s first home game in their new stadium.

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Custom House station will be closed to the public from January as redevelopment works take place ahead of the introduction of the Elizabeth line.

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Prince

Avid Pokémon Go hunters are being offered the chance to enjoy a ‘pizzachew’ whilst they hunt for the game’s rarest creatures.

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Elizabeth Olympic

Literary fans enjoyed a Roald Dahl-themed tea party on Saturday.

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The local community came out in full force to celebrate England’s 1966 World Cup triumph at the famous Champions Statue.

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Stephen Timms

With so many young people able to go to university these days it is sometimes argued that studying for degree is a waste of time and you can learn the same skills at “the university of life”.

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The Chancellor of the Exchequer has moved to allay the fears of residents over the expansion of London City Airport.

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Stephen Timms

A 20-year-old man is set to stand trial next year charged with the murder of Bradley Quaresma.

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After 37 years teaching at the same school, Ian Donovan has had everything the borough’s education system could throw at him.

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Rokeby School

An online fundraising page has been set up to pay for the funeral costs of a student who was found dead in a Stratford park.

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Family and friends have been paying tribute to a man that was found dead in a Stratford park yesterday.

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A third person has been arrested following the death of a 20-year-old man in West Ham Lane Recreation Ground yesterday afternoon.

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Dr Seuss has been entertaining parents and children alike for decades with several generations of youngsters raised on his wacky stories and illustrations.

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The Met police’s first ever Primary School Challenge has been won by a group of youngsters from the borough.

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Scotland Yard

With the turnout among newly-eligible voters lower than that of their parents and grandparents in the Brexit referendum, there is a perception that young people are more interested in social media than social issues.

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Newham Council

A market trader faces eviction from his stall after losing out to a higher bidder.

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Newham Council

Music, face painting, a miniature train and a raffle with prizes were just some of the activities enjoyed at this weekend’s fundraiser for Richard House Children’s Hospice.

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London

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