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Two NHS staff members have been appointed as Diabetes UK clinical champions for their contributions to improving diabetes care.

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In my last column, I talked about my concern for people who are not seeking medical help, and now in our second lockdown this concern grows.

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It does feel there’s light at the end of the tunnel; and not just because President Trump lost the US election!

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Letters sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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As we enter a second lockdown period, I have written to the council to ask what further steps they will be taking locally, particularly in terms of economic support, public health messaging and enforcement.

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Business owners in Canning Town have emphasised the importance of supporting local traders as an uncertain winter approaches.

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Here’s how the West Ham players rated from Saturday’s 1-0 win over Fulham in the Premier League.

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Newham Council is launching 80 new electric vehicle charge points across the borough as part of plans to reduce vehicle emissions and support greener transport.

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West Ham boss David Moyes said the Hammers’ last-gasp 1-0 win over Fulham on Saturday said a lot about his team.

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As a 24-year-old Newham resident I am one of the newest members of the youth board for the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) after joining earlier this year.

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I’ve been calling for a national “circuit break” lockdown to halt the spread of Covid-19 for weeks. I welcome the government’s decision for a national lockdown, but it has undoubtedly come too late.

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Letters sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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As the government continues to stagger through one crisis before U-turning into another, towards a winter of uncertainty, the absence of leadership at the very top is just as staggering and certainly more frightening.

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Last week, I attended the funeral of Femi Alese, former chair of East Ham Labour Party. Only 52, he was a larger than life character, well-known to many in the borough.

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Black History Month has felt more important than ever this year.

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Coronavirus is increasing again, as so many people believed and warned it would. This week, we face new restrictions.

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Two Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc) teachers have been announced as London Teacher Awards winners for their outstanding work for students in the community.

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Canning Town charity Ambition, Aspire Achieve (AAA) has joined forces with Newham Rotary Club on two new initiatives to help young people find work or rejoin education.

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West Ham Park has a rich and diverse cultural history spanning over 400 years.

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Learning the lessons from the first lockdown, we must refine our approach this time around in Newham.

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A Stratford man cycled 202km through the night across 23 bridges in a bid to raise money for a youth homelessness charity.

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This year has not been one any of us could have predicted or any of us would have wanted.

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As we progress through autumn, we’re experiencing another Covid-19 epidemic in London reflected in an increase in cases, a sharp rise in 111 calls, hospital admissions and patients in intensive care units.

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Newham Council is encouraging more people to consider adoption with the launch of a celebrity-backed campaign.

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Letters sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Thus began the most interesting, fulfilling and exciting life, which still, by God’s grace, continues today.

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