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The latest figures from The End of Child Poverty Coalition, indicating that the numbers of children living in poverty in Newham has increased to 51.8 per cent of the child population, are just devastating and can no longer be accepted.

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An actor was killed by an overdose of chemsex drug GHB after hooking up with a fraudster on dating app Grindr, a court has heard.

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The number of people receiving specialist treatment for problem drinking in Newham rose last year, figures show.

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With the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have opted to name their new baby Archie, the name will no doubt soon be gaining popularity around the world.

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Foodbank demand is rising. Trussell Trust statistics show 3,554 three-day emergency food supplies were given Newham residents last year. 1,400 went to children.

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A Forest Gate father who lost his son to a rare genetic disorder said he "cannot describe his happiness" after the NHS agreed to fund a "wonder drug" for his baby daughter who also has the condition.

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Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Last month we marked the fifth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's opening.

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A teenager was killed with a shotgun after being asked: "What ends you from?", a court has heard.

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Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Every year on April 28, I try to participate in a Workers' Memorial Day event, to remember those who died at work.

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As anyone who is involved with a school, a place of worship or a youth club knows, safeguarding has become a matter of the highest priority.

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West Ham Park, the largest park in Newham, has been owned and maintained by the City of London Corporation since 1874 when it was opened to the public.

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The Newham community's ability to come together never fails to inspire me.

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Dozens of patients suffering from psychosis in the East London NHS Trust waited longer than the National Health Service's target time to get care last year, new figures reveal.

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A man from Custom House has appeared in court accused of preventing the lawful burial of two women whose bodies were found in a freezer in his flat.

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An investigation into antisemitism within the Labour Party has seen a man arrested in Newham.

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Since 1892, the University of East London has been pioneering futures: from the rapid manufacturing changes of the second Industrial Revolution to the technological discoveries of the third to where we are now in the fourth - a period of constantly-evolving digital, physical and creative advances which are changing the modern workforce.

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At the last meeting of Newham full council I joined colleagues in backing a pledge that puts saving lives and our environment at the heart of my administration's priorities.

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A runner is aiming for a new personal best in the London Marathon later this month while raising money for a Canning Town-based charity

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A Beckton man is planning the first vegan music festival of its kind, with meat-free street food and solar-panel staging.

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I have co-signed a letter pressing the home secretary, Sajid Javid, to release additional funding for security in places of worship.

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A Newham school has rallied behind their deputy headteacher and his plans to run the London Marathon, raising money for a charity working to increase opportunities for people living in the borough.

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Our doorbell rang on March 15, heralding the arrival of my daughter and I ran downstairs barefoot, missed the last two steps and went flying!

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An old argument over "religious freedom" has hit the headlines again in an unpleasant way. The new row concerns a curriculum called 'No outsiders in our school.'

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A superhero "training centre" will extend its run at the ExCeL Centre until the end of April due to popular demand.

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People living in Newham are set to come together to plant a community orchard in a bid to create more green spaces in the borough.

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A pensioner who beat her controlling and abusive husband to death has been jailed for two years and four months.

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A pensioner who beat her wheelchair-bound husband to death with a wooden pole after suffering years of abuse has been cleared of his murder.

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Just six per cent of tenants who complain to Newham Council about bad housing conditions get protection against revenge evictions, figures reveal.

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