Newham Pictures

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

An exhibition celebrated the Qur’an being translated from its original Arabic.

Nearly 500 NewVIc pupils have participated in a school-organised demonstration against female genital mutilation (FGM).

Newham Council’s leadership team is taking on a different look following a cabinet reshuffle.

Pigs, birds and ponies kept crowds of people enertained throughout the half-term at Newham City Farm.

Thousands of West Ham United fans enjoyed a record breaking family fun day at the London Stadium.

It was a disaster many people living in Silvertown could see coming.

Crowds of Great British Bake Off fans battled the snow and rain to get signed copies of former winner Nadiya Hussain’s debut novel.

The sights and sounds of planes coming in to land in the Royal Docks are familiar ones to most people now – but just three decades ago, things were very different.

Award-winning actress Joanna Lumley swapped the studio spotlight for seafaring style to open the London Boat Show at the ExCeL.

West Ham United stars have helped spread some Christmas cheer at Newham University Hospital.

Their Christmas schedule may be hectic, but that didn’t stop several West Ham stars from taking time out to visit Richard House Children’s Hospice.

If you are flying over the festive season, make sure you check your hand luggage for Christmas gifts and edible items to avoid stress getting on your plane.

Carols, crafts and festive treats got crowds of people in the Christmas spirit at Newham City Farm.

More than 180 people donned their best Christmas clothing to take on the Festive Run on Saturday.

Skeletons, zombies and monsters took to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for a Halloween-themed family fun run.

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

More than 2,000 children and families enjoyed an afternoon of dance, music and BMX performances at the Green Street Festival.

Forget battling through the crowd at Stratford station or struggling to find a parking space – there’s a new way to get to West Ham matches.

The glittering achievements of youngsters across the borough were recognised at an annual awards ceremony.

The world’s first Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub was welcomed by the Mayor of London at a National Paralympic Day and Liberty Festival in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (QEOP).

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