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Every pupil and staff member at one secondary school is set to receive an iPad to help make online learning accessible to everyone.

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British Transport Police have released an image following an incident of outraging public decency on a train to Stratford.

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An organisation in Plaistow supporting black and minority ethnic women and girls has received a government funding boost.

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A charity has provided families of autistic children in the borough with home isolation kits thanks to funding support.

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Health experts are encouraging simple steps to help children and young people manage their asthma and reduce the risk of ending up in hospital.

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The council plans to revamp its housing allocations policy to focus on those with the greatest need and alleviating severe overcrowding.

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Fire crews are at the scene of a blaze at a block of flats in Plaistow.

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A primary school in Forest Gate with three confirmed cases of Covid-19 has assured parents the infections have not spread and were caught elsewhere.

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East Ham rapper and actor Kano is teaming up with some well-known faces to raise funds for Newham charities through an online video series.

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Newham and Tower Hamlets artists will showcase works reflecting their interpretations of their local areas amid global health and social crises in a new exhibition.

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The doors have opened to 140 new homes at a major canal-side development in Stratford.

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A fashion and creative arts education charity in Royal Docks is producing face coverings for key workers, community groups and vulnerable people during the pandemic.

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This is the moment an opportunistic thief pockets a charity donation box from a Forest Gate off-license.

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Newham is taking part in a major study to evaluate the effectiveness of town hall responses to homelessness after Covid-19.

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A supermarket employee beloved by the community for her friendly service over a quarter of a century says her customers are “like family”.

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A 17-year-old boy faced court this morning (September 8) in connection to a stabbing at West Ham Underground station.

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A short break service in Beckton which provides support for people with learning disabilities has been rated outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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Detectives investigating the drive-by shooting of a Forest Gate man have pleaded for anyone with information to “do the right thing” on the first anniversary of his death.

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Two teenage boys are in hospital after a double stabbing at West Ham station.

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Seats at London Stadium are closer to the pitch after a new stand configuration was completed ahead of the Premier League season.

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Train operator c2c is urging parents to make sure their children follow an on-board “code of conduct” when schools and colleges re-open.

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An Upton Park teenager has been recognised for helping to gather and pack food donations into care packages to distribute to vulnerable households across east London.

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Police are appealing for help to a find a missing teenage boy who they believe could be in Stratford.

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Police are appealing for help to find a woman who went missing almost three weeks ago.

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A report has revealed the economic and social impact of a technology centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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A Plaistow man who knocked a traffic warden unconscious and stamped on another’s head after getting a parking ticket has been jailed.

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A series of public benches with “creative and playful” designs that promote healthier lifestyles will be installed at the Royal Docks this autumn.

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A family has praised staff at Newham and Royal London hospitals for the “miracle” recovery of their teenage daughter following an extraordinary diagnosis.

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Little Ilford School has achieved its best set of results since the new GCSE system was introduced.

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