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A Stratford-based cleaning company has raised £25,000 in a year for Richard House Children’s Hospice.

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Thirty arrests of West Ham fans for football-related disorder were made in the 2019/20 season - the fifth highest in the country.

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A teenager has suffered what are thought to be life-changing injuries in a stabbing on board a train from Stratford.

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Youngsters across east London are being given the chance to design, build and host performances in their own pavilion.

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A Forest Gate student whose left eye was permanently damaged in a car crash has created music software that can be used by people with visual impairments.

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A park and two community gardens in Newham have been recognised in the London in Bloom awards.

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A Forest Gate hotel is set to become permanent emergency homelessness accommodation after it was used to house rough sleepers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The cousin of Mary Jane Mustafa has said that her family “still don’t know the truth” about what happened to her even after killer Zahid Younis was jailed for murder.

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A football match in memory of a Canning Town man who lost his battle with cancer has raised £1,500 for charity.

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Sadiq Khan has visited an East Ham walk-in coronavirus test centre in a bid to encourage people to sign up to the NHS Test and Trace phone app.

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A man who murdered two women and hid their bodies inside his freezer has been jailed for life.

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The families of the two women murdered and concealed in a freezer have described the “inner turmoil” and “pain” of their disappearance and the subsequent court trial.

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A Custom House man has been found guilty of murdering two women and concealing their bodies in a freezer.

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The show must go on, as the saying goes - and one circus is preparing to do just that in a post-Covid world as it makes East Ham home for a week.

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Police have launched an investigation after a man exposed himself at a DLR station three times in the space of six days.

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Downton Abbey stars Jim Carter and Imelda Staunton have voiced an animation calling for help in ensuring Richard House Children’s Hospice has a future.

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Revised plans have been revealed in a bid to redraw Newham’s ward boundaries.

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Some rush hour buses are set to become school-only services in a bid to maintain social distancing as youngsters return to the classrooms,

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Locations across Newham are among those included in this year’s Open House London.

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What are the names we’re set to hear in Newham’s classrooms in a few years’ time?

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The founder of an academy trust that runs a Silvertown school has said that pupils could be given face masks for moving between classrooms.

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A woman was spat and and threatened with being stabbed as she travelled on a train between Stratford and Upminster.

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A man accused of murdering two women and hiding their bodies in a freezer said that he “wasn’t comfortable” with calling the police after finding one of them dead in his flat.

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A Romford man has been charged with wasting police time in connection with a report a car with a child inside was stolen in Beckton.

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Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in Forest Gate.

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The headteacher of Eastlea Community School has said she is proud of the “reslilience and determination” of GCSE pupils.

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A man has been arrested following a report of a car, with a child inside, being stolen from Beckton.

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Do you know a person or group who has made a difference to their area during the coronavirus pandemic?

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The headteacher of Lister Community School has said GCSE pupils have a “great future ahead of them” after receiving their grades.

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The chief executive of a trust that runs two Newham schools has said that “common sense has prevailed” with pupils receiving teacher predicted grades.

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