July 23 2014 Latest news:
A staggering 12 million people watch the Tour roadside in all its stages in any given year.
Parents, businesses and commuters across the borough are being urged to plan ahead to cope with the Tour de France in Newham on July 7.
George Osborne unveiled a new Crossrail tunnel under the River Thames today at the Crossrail site in North Woolwich.
A Newham police officer has been summonsed to appear at court charged with misconduct in a public office and perverting the course of justice.
The dazzling colours and vibrant sounds of a Brazilian carnival captivated the thousands who enjoyed this year’s record-breaking Mayor’s Newham Show.
Emergency powers for State surveillance on our phones and emails abroad in the war on terrorism have passed the Commons stage after a European Court ruling made EU-wide retention of data invalid. Critics say the “State Snoppers’ Charter” rushed through in a day was abuse of Parliament. Home Office Minister Norman Baker insists it doesn’t take away our Human Rights. But liberty groups like Big Brother Watch believe the promised “safeguards” to protect our privacy aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.
A gripping and poignant tale of 1960s East End crime is coming to stage this summer.
To celebrate their official launch, Caterina55 in Moorgate is offering you the chance to win a delicious Ligurian lunch for ten people!