September 1 2014 Latest news:
For the thousands of supporters who flock to Upton Park every other Saturday, life without West Ham United would be unthinkable. But fans and players a century earlier nearly had to face just that when war broke out in Europe.
Summer, so far, is something of a washout for me. I really hurt my left knee while exercising and can barely walk. Changing gears in the car is painfully hard.
East Ham’s Central Park played host to a musical spectacular this weekend as Under The Stars returned for its 15th year.
Over the past two weeks we have had events at Barking Abbey and Forest Gate police station to remember the sacrifice of others during the First World War, and, of note the 23 officers from this area who lost their lives in the Great War. Injuries
EXCLUSIVE: Twenty pupils have tested positive for tuberculosis after an outbreak of the killer disease at a Newham secondary school.
Finding a letter in his grandmother’s drawer has led to one man retracing the steps his great-grandfather took more than 90 years earlier.
Police officers who lost their lives in the First World War were remembered at a ceremony in Forest Gate yesterday.
Lights will be switched off in Newham Dockside tonight as part of a country-wide initiative to mark the moment that the UK entered the First World War 100 years ago.
Police officers are today set to rally together to remember their predecessors who lost their lives in the First World War.
The unheard message of the First World War is spreading throughout Newham.