Following a sell-out event at the Copper Box Arena back in April, the Big Ballers are back to defend their title against London Lions, London’s Professional Basketball Team.
As the Theatre Royal Stratford East steps into a new era, its new artistic director is keen to retain links to the past.
Ahead of the O’s first pre-season game of the 2018//19 campaign, we look at what fans may see on Saturday
So President Trump is finally coming to London in July. What message should we be giving the man whose favourite catch phrases include “fake news” and “America first”?
Read our irreverent World Cup blog which will be featuring every day during the tournament. Today we have sports journalist Layth Yousif reviewing the first day of the eagerly-awaited tournament...
Newham & Essex Beagles’ Finette Agyapong believes she is ready to mix with the cream of the crop of British women sprinters, writes Ziad Chaudry.
The 51-year-old former O’s manager reflected on the past year at Brisbane Road and explained why the signs point towards a promising 2018/19 season
A three-year-old West Ham supporter who has an extremely rare form of cancer is heading to America to receive treatment costing £250,000 that will hopefully be life-changing.
A construction site worker is walking from West Ham’s old ground to their new one for Isla Caton, the three-year-old Hammers supporter who’s been battling cancer for more than a year.
A barber mentoring youngsters was given a community hero award by two men he steered away from trouble as teenagers.
One of the victims of acid attacker John Tomlin has refused to forgive him, saying he “deserves the death penalty”.
London Lions captain Joe Ikhinmwin is honoured to be representing England at the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast this month.
Anthony Joshua has set his sights on a heavyweight showdown with American Deontay Wilder after claiming a unanimous points victory over Joseph Parker in Cardiff.
Celebrities and former West Ham players are set to take part in a charity football match to raise funds for a three year-old girl who has a rare form of cancer.
The five workers walked 13 miles in full protective kit, and have raised thousands of pounds for Isla Caton who has stage four neuroblastoma.
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.
Hanson Fernandes’ journey began in 2015 when he arrived in London from Goa, India.
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