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A councillor has taken up a portfolio for the first time in a cabinet shuffle by Newham mayor Rokhsana Fiaz.

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Flags have flown from the town hall buildings to recognise Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR).

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A 12th person has been arrested in connection with the death of Plaistow man Stephen Morrisson.

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Fire crews remain at the scene of a shop fire in Upton Lane, Forest Gate.

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Detectives investigating shootings in Ilford and Custom House have charged a Maryland man with murder and attempted murder.

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Custom House school pupils drew inspiration from the tin foil industry as part of an international art project.

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Staff from a regeneration company in Stratford have jumped on their bikes to raise money for a mental health charity.

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Leyton Orient assistant head coach Danny Senda is taking positives from his side’s EFL Trophy defeat away to Charlton Athletic.

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Pupils will meet pop musicians, classical composers and BBC presenters as part of an East Bank recording studio design challenge.

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A charity in Manor Park is running support services to help vulnerable community members affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Blood donors are urgently needed to fill appointment slots in Stratford as the NHS tries to build stocks for a potentially challenging winter.

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A roving mental health nurse will be stationed on train services in east London this autumn in an initiative to support rail users in crisis.

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An East Ham charity has launched its winter toy appeal to support children in the borough living in poverty during the Christmas holidays.

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The annual Remembrance Sunday parade in East Ham has been cancelled and the service will be streamed online this year because of Covid-19 restrictions.

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Work has begun on a new five-storey “superblock” secondary school in Silvertown.

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More than 860 people and almost 70 businesses were reminded about wearing face masks indoors during three days of targeted patrols in Stratford.

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A new fast-track surgery hub in Plaistow will help patients get routine orthopaedic procedures sooner and reduce waiting lists.

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Sewage from the Beckton treatment works and other Thames Water sites is being tested for traces of coronavirus.

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Ten years after a teenage boy was fatally shot in Plaistow, his family are still searching for answers and justice.

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Parks and green spaces across Newham have been a “lifeline” for many during the coronavirus pandemic - and several have received international recognition.

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A dance company in Stratford is helping to ensure a generation of professional talent is not lost to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A food bank in Beckton has received a funding boost to support its work to combat food poverty during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A Stratford school has received a national award for its mental health and wellbeing provision.

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A man escaped a blaze at his Stratford home after noticing smoke coming around a bedroom door.

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London City Airport (LCA) has received international accreditation for its health standards in the pandemic.

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A regeneration project to build a community hub and 182 homes around Plaistow Underground station is set to begin.

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Men from Dagenham and Custom House have been charged after a series of early morning raids.

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People who are experiencing homelessness in the borough are telling their stories in hope of removing stigmas and correcting misconceptions about their circumstances.

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A programme of free online and live activities is taking place this autumn for the Royal Docks cultural festival Join the Docks.

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A historic church in Forest Gate has launched a campaign to restore the 136-year-old building – and raise £1.5million to fund it.

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