Tributes have been paid to It Ain’t Half Hot Mum actor Windsor Davies, who has died at the age of 88.
The owner of a popular boozer has vowed to reopen ‘as soon as possible’ after a blaze closed its doors.
Detectives have offered a £10,000 reward a year after a man was shot in the head while driving.
A pageant queen from Newham is using her position in the beauty industry to promote a positive message about body image.
Anyone whose New Year’s resolution is to get fitter might want to head to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park next week.
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Taking a break gives us time to enjoy life a little more; to read that book we’ve been meaning to get round to; to explore and discover the cultural wonders that this city has to offer.
Five thousand schoolchildren are to be offered the chance to watch a Shakespeare play for free.
A 28-year-old man from east London has been jailed today for five years and four months’ for encouraging terrorism and supporting the London Bridge attacks on social media.
The former Gillingham manager was frustrated with Leyton Orient’s start away to Ebbsfleet United
Essex bowler Jamie Porter took five wickets in England Lions’ second one-day warm-up match against the Board President XI in Trivandrum.
London Lions consolidated pole position in the BBL Championship after the leaders strolled to victory at the struggling Wolves.
The Hammers found things tough against lively Cherries
Orient suffered only their fifth league defeat of the season after conceding a goal in each half at the Kuflink Stadium.
It’s true what they say it’s not over until the last whistle, which would be the best way to describe the NBA 2019 London Game.
Kings Cross Steelers made it six consecutive victories in the London Three Essex with a 17-10 win over fourth-placed Campion last weekend.
Clapton will host strugglers Southend Manor this weekend as they continue to battle their way back into the top half of the Essex Senior League table.
West Ham United head for Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday, keen to maintain their recent fine form.
If you’re not doing Dry January we have great news, if you are doing Dry January we have even greater news.
An actor from Romford stars in an emotional play about the difficulties soldiers and refugees experience when returning home from war.
Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...
Local paper journalists may not get to review West End musicals or critique Michelin star restaurants – but they do get to enjoy the festive spectacle that is the local pantomime.
When Jack sells his beloved family cow for magic beans, he soon discovers they open up an unexpected world of thrilling adventure.
Turning 80 is a time that many people choose to slow down and relax - but not Sir Ian McKellen.
A moving memorial to thousands of missing soldiers whose bodies weren’t found after a First World War battle has been unveiled.
Trade fairs don’t normally attract world famous graffiti artists - but then again, Banksy isn’t exactly known for being conventional.
This is Nicole Schnappauf. She is the curriculum programme manager and teacher of mathematics. Find out her thoughts on teaching and working at NewVIc.
Meet Ismail as he settles into his first year at college.
Have you spent time as an unpaid carer? If you are over the age of 25 and living in Newham, the Working for Carers scheme can help you take the first steps back to employment.
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