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Neighbours who want more consultation over the closure of a rat run have accused the council of silencing them.

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An independent moviemaker is to release her debut film aimed at putting problem debt on a par with knife crime.

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The date of a referendum on the future of the borough's directly elected mayor has been pushed back to avoid it becoming Newham's version of Brexit.

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A football club's dream to "come back" to its "spiritual home" could soon be realised after it was offered the lease at a stadium in Forest Gate.

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The council has approved £180million plans to demolish buildings next to the Stratford Centre to make way for 423 homes, a hotel, office block and shops.

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London City Airport is commissioning a new artwork to welcome visitors.

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The University of London's new flagship student halls of residence has opened its doors.

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A fire which tore through four sheds has been brought under control.

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Four fire engines and about 25 firefighters are tackling a blaze at sheds in Woodside Road, Plaistow.

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Neighbours living in a shelter have urged the council to request 10 flats for the homeless be included in a development of 804 homes.

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Plans to host a top level Formula E motor race have been given the green light after a debate about the "sexiness" of electric cars.

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A budding fashion designer has been putting the finishing touches to her work after being chosen to showcase her talents at London Fashion Week.

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A boy with autism is preparing to climb the O2 in a bid to raise £1,000 for a cancer charity supporting his teacher's 14-month-old grandson.

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MP Stephen Timms has appealed to constituency party members to reselect him as East Ham's Labour candidate for the next general election.

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New aerial photographs have been released to mark seven years since the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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A pair of rising star students have been shortlisted for a prestigious architecture prize.

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A fan-owned football club's members have voted in favour of kickstarting talks on moving to a vacant ground they call their "spiritual home".

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A coroner has urged the Met to make officers more aware of the risks of suspects choking on plastic bags after the death of a man who put wraps of Class A drugs in his mouth.

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None of the eyewitnesses to an alleged shooting on a Tube train heard shots or saw a gun, a court has heard.

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More than 350 teenagers have taken part in a summer school at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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A money mule who helped in a scam which saw a church conned out of almost £100,000 has been given a suspended jail sentence.

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A shop outside which a teenager was stabbed following a row over the price of a drink has been told to "get its house in order".

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The police are searching for the victim of a suspected assault in East Ham.

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An alternative provision free school is celebrating after a gifted artist scooped its first GCSE art.

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The headteacher of Rokeby School has praised a pupil who achieved top grades across the board on GCSE results day.

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It's "job done" for Stratford School Academy's headteacher with pupils' results seeing them through to their next steps.

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The headteacher of St Angela's Ursuline school has praised staff and students for meeting the "rising challenge" of harder GCSEs.

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A school created a Stairway to Heaven after its pupils scooped "stellar" grades on GCSE results day.

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A man shot a knife-wielding boy at close range without warning following a chase on a Tube, a court has heard.

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