The biggest names in Paralympic sport will return to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer and six-time champion David Weir cannot wait to revisit the memories of 2012 .
Would-be gardeners are being invited to use their green fingers tomorrow by helping to plant what could be London’s very first edible postcode.
More than 25,000 people descended on the ExCel Arena last week for the country’s biggest business exhibition.
Four-time gold medal winner Ellie Simmonds made a splash on Wednesday when she treated pupils to a special swimming lesson.
The NHS Trust that runs Newham University Hospital has been judged “inadequate” by the country’s top hospital inspector, with safety and leadership highlighted as areas for concern.
A fashion competition has presented a student with the unique chance to see her design transformed into 4,000 NHS uniforms.
A cat has been found hanged from a tree in what has been called an “absolutely disgusting” crime.
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The two unions behind the strike action, the TSSA and the RMT, have both announced this afternoon that they are suspending the strike.
A man was punched in the face in an unprovoked attack at West Ham station on Saturday.
A father who stayed quiet for 25 years about being sexually assaulted as a teenager has finally spoken out after seeing his attacker jailed.
More pregnant women and ‘at risk’ people have been getting the flu jab in Newham than in any other part of London.
This week we ask whether the closure of the Vicarage Lane walk-in centre is in Stratford’s best interests.
Hundreds of people across the borough have been forced to pay fines for spitting in a public place.
Thirty horses, a pig and three dogs were removed in a planned night raid on “squatters” at stables owned by a charity working to provide disabled young people with therapeutic riding sessions.
An array of A-List celebs turned up in London’s East End last night to hear pop idol Tom Odell perform his Christmas TV ad hit at the launch of ‘Manhattan island city’ development on the banks of the River Lea.
A councillor has been suspended from Newham’s Labour Party Group of Councillors after being served with an enforcement notice.
Stephen Timms has called his re-election to the House of Commons “an enormous privilege” after being selected to represent East Ham with an overwhelming majority.
Lyn Brown has said it is “absolutely amazing” to be re-elected as West Ham MP, despite acknowledging the struggles the area will face under a majority Conservative government.
Newham Sixth Form College is appealing for help to send disadvantaged students abroad to volunteer.
The general election gave many youngsters a thirst for politics – but it also taught some at Maryland school about the bread and butter of democracy.
The celebrations of VE Day came after years of war and devastation.
As Iris Wilson recalled the moment the announcement was made, her face beamed with excitement, as if reliving the moment all over again.
“Where was I on VE Day? Off the north west coast of Scotland.”
Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.
Morgan Pryce, commercial property experts based in London are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to The Shard viewing platform in the city itself.