Fifty one pupils at Brampton Manor Academy are preparing for life at Oxford or Cambridge after receiving offers from the prestigious universities - a new school record.
An investigation has been launched into the cause of a fire at the Stratford Centre.
The ExCeL is marking its 20th anniversary by welcoming a record number of exhibitions - including 24 new or relocated shows.
A new pedestrian and cycle bridge has been installed in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
More than 41 million journeys were made to or from Stratford station last year, new figures have revealed - making it the seventh busiest in the country.
Caring for Newham's parks has returned to council control - 15 years after the service was outsourced to private contractors.
A housing development boasting 110 homes reserved for local people is set to launch in Beckton.
A woman and her lover are facing jail for the "brutal" murder of her ex-husband, who was stabbed to death in an alleyway.
A five-year-old girl at the centre of a life support court battle is out of intensive care, doctors at the Italian hospital treating her have confirmed.
After travelling more than 130 miles in a car engine, a stowaway cat has been reunited with its owner.
Seven organisations have been awarded a share of £1.1million as part of a pilot scheme to provide pupils with more cultural and creative opportunities.
The redevelopment of a former community centre will not feature any community facilities, revised proposals for the site have revealed.
A paedophile who attempted to film young girls getting changed at the London Aquatics Centre has been jailed for two years and nine months.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault which left two people with head injuries.
Crossrail will not open until the end of next year, Transport for London has confirmed - with the Liverpool Street to Shenfield section taking a further six months to join up.
A cat who survived travelling more than 130 miles in a car engine will be rehomed after an owner could not be traced.
If you've got any unwanted Christmas presents, a Newham charity is looking to put them to good use.
A Holocaust survivor will be sharing his story as part of Newham's annual commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day.
Homeless people were treated to a day out at the London Stadium as West Ham sought to spread some festive cheer.
Travelling the country at Christmas is not unusual - but riding more than 130 miles in a car engine certainly is.
A lot has happened in the past 10 years - and here are just some of the stories that made the pages of our paper since 2010.
It's official - the smartest school in the country is in Stratford.
Youth services, housing and the environment are among the areas set for Newham Council investment over the next three years.
Police are investigating an early morning 'ram raid' by a group believed to be armed with knives.
Bin collection days in Newham will change over the Christmas and New Year period.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park employees have marked a decade of supporting the Toy Appeal by collecting a bumper selection of gifts.
A new generation of West Ham fans are set to wake up to Hammers-themed presents on Christmas morning after the club donated gift bags to our Christmas Toy Appeal.
Talented youngsters have helped to raise more than £1,500 for the Christmas Toy Appeal.
Members of Newham Chamber of Commerce have handed over a selection of gifts to the Christmas Toy Appeal.
West Ham players have brought some Christmas cheer to young patients at Newham University Hospital.
We speak to Ghazala Anwar, a teacher of criminology and psychology, about her thoughts on teaching and working at NewVIc College.
A-level student Noah follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, who led the Independence Motion in Nigeria, as he prepares to study journalism at university
Meet NewVIc alumni Anastasija as she reflects on her journey from sixth form to her first year at university.
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