A basketball coach who works with a charity steering young people away from crime has been crowned the best in the country.
Seven young cats, seemingly abandoned by their owner, are in need of rehoming.
Global brand Reebok International has announced a partnership with a project that uses martial arts and boxing to steer young people away from crime and violence.
Councillors across Newham are backing a 16-day campaign of action to end violence against women.
Stratford station was closed for an hour today after a security alert caused by a suspicious abandoned car.
The world’s best wheelchair tennis players are set to begin battle at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park tomorrow, but three of them had a warm up match with a very special guest.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as lights went up across the borough this weekend.
It’s your last chance to win tickets to watch the world’s best wheelchair tennis players return to the Olympic park.
The first disability tennis festival for young people has been held in the former Olympic park.
Uninsured motorcyclist Ahrrus Hussain killed a 73-year-old grandmother while pulling a wheelie on a busy main road.
An uninsured motorcyclist who killed a 73-year-old grandmother while pulling a wheelie on a busy High Street was jailed after admitting causing death by dangerous driving.
To mark World Prematurity Day yesterday, we spoke to two mums about their experience of a premature birth.
New figures from the Met Police show that Newham has the second highest number of pedestrian victims of hit and runs last year.
Cleaning up fly-tipping in Newham cost taxpayers more than £3 million last year – higher than any other local authority in England.
Students from an east London university swapped books and laptops for shovels and paint brushes when they helped kick-start a gardening project for young people.
Councillors tonight have, as expected, approved a £2million loan to Newham College of Further Education.
A Newham councillor is calling for urgent and “meaningful solidarity” with democratic forces in Iraq and Syria fighting Islamic State terrorists.
Young people who have been stopped and searched by police are scared to make formal complaints for fear of police harassment, according to campaigners.
A history lesson involving staff and students from a secondary school has broken the world record for featuring the most multi-national people.
A secondary school has launched on the job teacher training courses for people hoping to pursue a career in the classroom.
The much-loved ‘Carry On’ star Barbara Windsor was given a standing ovation after receiving her honorary doctorate at London’s O2 Arena last night.
When Johnny Dale remembers his experience of D-Day he thinks: “That could have been me.”
After more than a decade as warden of the jewel house at the Tower of London, Bob Paice returned to the historical site for today’s service of remembrance.
This year’s march to the Cenotaph in Central Park on Remembrance Sunday saw a huge number of young cadets taking part, making it the longest it has ever been.
Eddie said that despite being sexually attracted to children, he’s never committed a crime and that there’s many more like him.
PM speaks out after Lee Rigby report is made public calling one internet firm a ‘safe haven’.
Social network named in media reports as the platform used by extremists and criticised in government report.
The security services were not in a position to stop the attack on Lee Rigby, but an internet firm might have been able to help foil the plot.