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Former Recorder editor Colin Grainger is taking the plunge to raise funds for this year’s Toy Appeal.

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Meet West Ham rugby team East London Vixens’ newest recruit - Pudsey the bear.

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Tickets for Formula E’s season finale at the ExCeL have gone on sale.

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A kind-hearted teenager who helped to raise more than £5,000 for charity has won a university scholarship for his commitment to the community.

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Pupils from eight Newham schools were given a taste of life in the aviation industry at a special event.

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Commuters on c2c are facing disruption due to an electrical supply failure at Barking.

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We’re trying to collect 18,000 toys for underprivileged children in Newham this Christmas - but we need your help.

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The nights are getting longer, the days colder and festive adverts are appearing on TV - yes, it’s that time of year once again.

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A security guard made teenage shoplifters perform sexual acts on him to avoid being reported to the police.

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It’s a Christmas advert icon - and this year you’ll be able to see the Coca-Cola truck in person.

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Tube stations across Newham suffered unplanned closures 10 times between New Year’s Day 2018 and the end of July this year, new figures released by Transport for London have revealed.

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New piers at some of east London’s biggest developments could provide vital public transport links along the Thames.

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Streets around three Newham schools are set to become vehicle-free during drop-off and pick-up times.

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The borough’s best businesses have been recognised for their efforts and successes at the annual Newham Chamber of Commerce business awards.

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A temporary immersive theatre could bring the tale of a Dutch resistance fighter to the Royal Docks.

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Remembrance services in Newham

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Newham is set to remember those who died in the line of duty and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms with a series of remembrance events taking place across the borough.

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A Canning Town charity is inviting people to get into the Christmas spirit in a bid to break a world record.

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There are just a few days left for parents of Year 6 pupils to apply for a secondary school place.

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Workshops are taking place to give people living on Stratford’s Carpenters Estate a say on its future.

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A new walkway that connects Canning Town and Poplar has been opened.

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A Dagenham man has been charged with murdering a teenager in Plaistow.

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Family and friends of a three-year-old girl with a rare chromosomal condition have raised more than £2,500 for the hospice that cares for her.

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Artists, scientists and engineers have teamed up to create four new art installations.

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Six of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s pollution-busting trees have found a new home.

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Politicians have criticised Extinction Rebellion protesters who targeted Jubilee line and DLR services through east London.

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A giant moustache has appeared at the London Stadium - and not on the face of a footballer.

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A second teenager has been charged in connection with the death of Baptista Adjei, who was fatally stabbed in Stratford.

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Two teenagers have been arrested this morning (Tuesday, October 15) in connection with the death of Baptista Adjei.

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More than £10,000 has been raised in memory of a 15-year-old stabbed to death in Stratford.

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