Campaigners and mayor Rokhsana Fiaz have unveiled a “Long Live Boleyn” mural inspired by graffiti protesting the clubs move from Upton Park to the London Stadium.
These are the first pictures to emerge from the inside of the Denmark Arms pub after it was sold.
Newham pupils staged their own World Cup in Stratford for a special tournament promoting peace.
High achievers from London and Essex were rewarded for their hard work with a lesson in rowing on the Royal Docks yesterday.
A team of recycling plant workers who went on strike over “dangerous” conditions have urged their boss to meet their demands.
Police are appealing for information to identify 15 fans suspected of football hooliganism during a match in Stratford earlier this month.
Photographs of England’s only World Cup-winning captain, Bobby Moore, have gone on display in a new exhibition.
Children from St Mary’s pre-school in East Ham were going on a bear hunt on Thursday for World Book Day.
As the beast from the east made its presence felt at last, Recorder readers have been sending in their snowy snapshots.
Friends and family of a teenager stabbed to death in Canning Town on Valentine’s Day released balloons in his memory on Sunday.
The five workers walked 13 miles in full protective kit, and have raised thousands of pounds for Isla Caton who has stage four neuroblastoma.
West Ham stars visited Stratford Circus Arts Centre to meet families supported by the Full Hearts Full Tummies scheme.
West Ham players spread some Christmas cheer yesterday by paying a visit to sick children in Newham University Hospital and handing out festive gifts.
Disabled youngsters have demonstrated their sporting prowess at an activities day in the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
A 14-year-old boy shot dead in Forest Gate was laid to rest today.
A Stratford man was hospitalised this morning after a lit firework caused a blaze in his block of maisonettes.
Campaigners hope West Ham fans can make the move to cycling when attending football games at the London Stadium.
The success, effort and resilience of young people from schools across Newham were celebrated at the Jack Petchey Achievement Awards.
“Another day, another dollar,” says a man in a blue and grey jacket as we arrive at the world’s biggest arms fair.
A multi-million pound sugar refiners wants to make life sweeter for Newham residents.
Hanson Fernandes’ journey began in 2015 when he arrived in London from Goa, India.
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