January 29 2015 Latest news:
I know it’s already the middle of January but I want to wish you all a happy new year.
You might not need to take a bus to get to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, but you’ll be greeted by 60 of them if you go there this weekend.
A missing couple have been found on their boat, which had been moored in Stratford.
If you’ve enjoyed looking at the bus sculptures around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park over the past couple of months, then there’s a treat in store for you.
A brave waiter who put himself in danger to help shut down a crack house on his road has said that he was “just doing his duty”.
Donations for the Toy Appeal have been coming in thick and fast this week, with one of the biggest handovers taking place outside one of the borough’s most iconic structures.
2014 might be winding down but the international netball season certainly isn’t, with the sport’s biggest names arriving at the Copperbox Arena next week.
The cycling superstars that lit up 2012 returned to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at the weekend for the UCI Track World Cup.
Some of the UK’s brightest young tennis prospects will compete at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre today.
Newham is set to join the likes of Newcastle, Glasgow and Birmingham in hosting a Great Run for the next 10 years.
With less than three week until the big day, Father Christmas will be dropping into the UK’s tallest sculpture from this afternoon.
A new £141million cultural district featuring university campuses and museums is set to be built at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park.
The world’s best players descended on LeeValley last week for the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters – the first wheelchair tennis event to sell out in the UK since London 2012.
I first came to Newham in 1989 and worked here regularly over the next eight years. I remember being struck by the energy and friendliness of the people here.
The Olympic Stadium made a step closer to as the first roof panel was lifted into place on Friday.
It’s going to be a lot easier to get to some of the park’s venues as Transport for London have re-routed a bus.
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.
A workman working on the Olympic Stadium was rushed to hospital this afternoon after a nasty fall.
“Too fluffy”, “not juicy enough”, “nice and crisp” were some of the comments which emerged from the judging panel as we sunk our teeth into nine varieties of apple.
So-called “Boris bikes” will soon be available to hire in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as the successful urban cycle hire scheme expands.
The future of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is in safe hands following the recruitment of new members of the Legacy Youth Panel.
Disadvantaged youngsters across Newham will be able to celebrate this Christmas thanks to the Community Links and Newham Recorder Christmas Toy Appeal.
We’re giving one lucky family the chance to win four tickets to see some of the best cyclists in the world compete at round one of the Revolution Series taking place at Lee Valley VeloPark in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park tomorrow.
An area of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be dedicated to the London 2012 Paralympic Games with plans to build an orchard, it has been unveiled today.
Breast cancer screening in east London is set to get a boost with a new unit in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A postgraduate who was found slumped at the bottom of the stairs in her family’s home died of alcoholism and bronchopneumonia, a coroner ruled today.
Children replaced cars when a section of a Forest Gate road was closed for Newham’s first ever “playstreet”.
I visited the Crossrail site in Stepney last week.
A century of the weird and wonderful will be explored in a major new exhibition on abstract art
London 24 has teamed up with Guide London to give one lucky reader £100 to spend on the British fashion brand’s designer clothing!