Thursday, April 20, 2017

A new trampoline park in East Ham is one step closer to opening now it has appointed a general manager.

Keith Fernett, the chief executive of Caritas Anchor House, has left the homelessness charity after 12 years.

A new Thames crossing is vital if Britain is to maintain its dominant trading position after quitting the EU, business leaders and politicians have been warned.

Calling all chicken fans – you can now get Nando’s delivered to your door.

Today Chancellor Philip Hammond addressed a packed House of Commons to deliver his first, and final spring budget.

Jobs are set to be cut at London City Airport as part of an airline’s proposed restructure.

Newham Council aims to save £94 million by dumping some of the controversial high-interest bank loans it took out in the noughties.

Apprenticeships at Transport for London (TfL) were promoted at an event at Westfield Stratford City held in cooperation with Newham Council’s Workplace service.

Climbing walls, indoor caving and a super slide spanning two floors are among the activities planned for East Ham’s new trampoline park.

Aspers Casino is looking at a £2million bar bill as it hands out golden bottles of champagne to lucky punters.

The owner of a flood-hit venue is using its reopening to say thank you to the community who helped to repair it.

The branch of Foxtons was told to pay £2,500 after failing to clearly explain an administrative fee charged to prospective tenants.

A Westfield boss has said that Christmas Day falling on a Saturday will provide a big boost to retailers.

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.

The Mayor of Newham, Sir Robin Wales, has said a proposed rise in business rates could “jeopardise” the borough’s economic success.

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.

A new 600,000sq ft office block featuring a “sun-tracking” façade is set to be built as part of a massive development in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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.

Businesses from across east London and Essex came together to honour the winners of the Thames Gateway Business Awards 2016 on Friday.

Last night businesses from across east London and Essex came together to honour the winners of the Thames Gateway Business Awards 2016.

This year’s Thames Gateway Business Awards ceremony, the highlight of the business calendar throughout east London and Essex, is taking place tonight.

The head of London City Airport has praised the government for approving Heathrow expansion plans.

An estate agent has opened an American diner in the hope of bringing “proper gourmet food” to the borough.

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