A Manor Park man who drove a hire car at a police officer has been jailed for 12 months.
A 19-year-old from Plaistow has denied violent disorder at an unlicensed music event.
More than 50 pupils at an East Ham sixth form have won places to study medicine at top universities after being inspired by the “heroics” of NHS staff during the pandemic.
The Nightingale Hospital remains in a “state of readiness” in anticipation of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, an NHS chief has said.
The Parole Board has rejected calls to keep a man who beat and raped a pensioner behind bars.
Newham Council is set to light its town halls in purple in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A police officer is accused of asking a revenge porn victim to send him naked pictures of herself.
A taxi driver died with coronavirus after being spat at in Stratford by a fare-dodger who claimed to have the disease.
A martial arts instructor who had a life-saving liver transplant a decade ago has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
A third person has appeared in court charged with the murder of NHS worker David Gomoh.
Park rangers and security will “step in” if social distancing measures are ignored at open spaces, the boss of the Olympic Park has warned as restrictions on outdoor activities are eased.
One of the most amazing stories from VE Day in 1945 was revealed 50 years ago in a letter from an ex-serviceman.
Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz has encouraged people to follow the lead of the borough’s very own “forces sweetheart” Dame Vera Lynn and mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a rousing chorus of the singer’s most famous song We’ll Meet Again.
A new official portrait of Dame Vera Lynn has been unveiled to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Two teenagers have appeared at the Old Bailey accused of murdering an NHS worker while he was on the phone to his girlfriend.
Two teenagers have appeared in court charged with the murder of an NHS worker who was killed outside his Custom House home.
Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.
Newham Council has housed more than 250 homeless people in a month.
An “inseparable” Plaistow couple who had been together for more than 40 years died within 24 hours of each other after both testing positive for coronavirus.
Londoner Samuel Pepys chronicles the terrifying ‘Great Plague’ of 1665-6 in his celebrated diaries. They help put the hardship and tragedy we face today in perspective.
The Nightingale Hospital London is operating at roughly one per cent of its capacity because it does not have the staff required to expand the number of patients it can accept, a report has suggested.
Health bosses have denied claims that transfers of coronavirus patients to the Nightingale Hospital were rejected due to a lack of nurses.
Tesco has opened a pop-up supermarket to allow Nightingale Hospital staff to buy food and other essentials with ease.
This is the moment the first patients are discharged from the NHS Nightingale hospital after recovering from Covid-19.
They used to shout “Pound a bowl!” but now it’s “Two metres!” or “Mind the gap!” as the fruit and vegetable barrow boys keep Queen’s Market going.
This is an incredibly difficult and fearful time for us all.
A Poplar man has appeared in court accused of killing a woman in East Ham.
Robbie Williams and his fellow co-owners of LMA have named a Newham native as the principal of their upcoming Stratford campus.
The Select Committee on Work and Pensions had its first meeting last week, with me as its newly-elected chairman.
Teachers at a Plaistow school are delivering lunches to pupils who receive free school meals but have to stay at home because of the coronavirus.
People across the country are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by following official advice and staying safe.
The NHS Test and Trace service brings together testing, contact tracing and outbreak management into an end-to-end service to stop the spread of the virus and help us move out of lockdown.
With summer in full swing, make the most of your garden with fun games and activities for all the family.
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