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A Bollywood-themed table dancing club has lost its licence after two underage girls were discovered during a raid by police and immigration officers.

A GP who took part in Extinction Rebellion's attempt to shut down London City Airport has apologised to people in Newham.

Extinction Rebellion activists have threatened to shut London City Airport as part of a mass action.

Twenty businesses have pledged to offer their premises as "havens" for younsters in danger of violent crime following a campaign led by school pupils.

A Stratford entrepreneur is excited for the future of his business after bagging a £60,000 investment on Dragons' Den.

A clergyman has said it is "devastating" to see families priced out of their neighbourhoods while new homes are being built all around them.

The mother of a girl who suffered a fatal asthma attack which could be linked to toxic air has said a campaign to stop £1billion plans for a new river crossing can be won.

Visitors to the ExCeL are set to benefit from a new eco-friendly arrival experience.

Campaigners have cried foul after a business lobby group which supports a controversial bid to build an entertainment venue accepted money from the firm behind it.

The chairman of the company behind a £1.7billion Royal Docks business district has pledged his commitment to the scheme's future.

Campaigners have handed in a petition signed by almost 5,500 people calling on City Hall chiefs to ban an arms fair from the capital.

A football club's dream to "come back" to its "spiritual home" could soon be realised after it was offered the lease at a stadium in Forest Gate.

The council has approved £180million plans to demolish buildings next to the Stratford Centre to make way for 423 homes, a hotel, office block and shops.

Plans to host a top level Formula E motor race have been given the green light after a debate about the "sexiness" of electric cars.

Three employees at Newham Council's repairs service were wrongfully dismissed in a bungle that has cost the taxpayer tens of thousands of pounds.

It's your last chance to enter the Newham Chamber of Commerce business awards 2019.

The public consultation deadline over controversial plans to expand flights at London City Airport has been put back, it has been revealed this evening.

A shop outside which a teenager was stabbed following a row over the price of a drink has been told to "get its house in order".

A social marketing agency co-founded by a Stratford woman has been named a finalist in the 2019 Black British Business Awards.

A proposed warehouse would put children at risk on their way to school, according to angry neighbours.

Thousands of households living under London City Airport's flight path are set to receive postcards as part of a campaign to prevent the weekend aircraft ban being lifted.

A battle for control of a strip of land in Newham is at the centre of a series of explosive allegations published in a new book today, Thursday, July 25.

A police investigation has re-opened into a dog attack at a concrete batching facility more than two years after it took place.

Plans for a three-storey lorry park have been criticised by neighbours who fear the impact of increased traffic and pollution.

Protesters have urged the mayor to use her powers to stop the "world's leading arms fair" taking place in the borough.


Meet NewVIc alumni Anastasija as she reflects on her journey from sixth form to her first year at university.

"Newham Music is the award-winning Music Education Hub for Newham, striving to ensure that all children and young people have the opportunity to make music," says Jill Meredith, Development and Communications Officer at Newham Music Academy.

"Don't underestimate the importance of what a musical education can do for your child. Music creates a positive, vibrant culture for young people in schools and communities and is a great way of celebrating their abilities and achievements, as well as supporting and enhancing their learning" added Jill as she explains how taking part in musical activities can help children develop socially and exposes them to a host of opportunities they wouldn't find elsewhere.

Ana Lissa, who is progressing onto her level 3 course at NewVIc, says : "You'll be amazed with all it has to offer"

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