A young filmmaker has shone a spotlight on an outreach scheme trying to tackle knife crime.
The power of sport remains unrivalled in its ability to inspire change, improve lives and unite communities.
Councillor Susan Masters, Clare Roche, Head of Fundraising at Richard House and Mayor of Newham, Rokhsana Fiaz.
Imam Haque lives in East Ham, and soon he’ll begin training for his first London Marathon, for Age UK.
Pupils from seven Newham schools were able to discover more about science and the aviation industry at an event organised by London City Airport.
Remembrance Day services are always moving and especially so with this year marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable man who has been missing for more than a week.
The number of acid attacks in London has dropped by 41 per cent since last year.
Passengers on the Barking to Gospel Oak line have become used to delays and disruption in recent times.
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Green-fingered youngsters have been planting daffodil bulbs outside their school thanks to a housing developer.
Police, paramedics and London’s Air Ambulance scrambled to help a woman who fell into a marina in Royal Docks.
The Recorder’s annual Christmas Toy Appeal is launching for the 41st time.
Campaigners face a delay in discovering the fate of their beloved Manor Park pub, after a planning committee deferred approving the redevelopment application.
East London’s women hit East League Division One South leaders Maidstone for six with a stunning display.
NHS staff at hospitals across east London are almost twice as likely to be victims of abuse as the national average, according to the results of an England-wide healthcare survey.
When the alarms sounded to let people know the war had ended many thought they were under attack.
Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.
Turning 80 is a time that many people choose to slow down and relax - but not Sir Ian McKellen.
It’s six months since I stepped into office, there’s still a lot to do but progress is being made in key areas. That’s the reason I stood to become mayor: to deliver for residents and deliver positive change through targeted action.
On Armistice Day, 1918, men, women and children united to celebrate the war’s end, but the relieved crowds without meaning to helped spread a deadly disease.
Maryam Ali, from East Ham learning centre, Into University, discusses apprenticeships, the merits of further education and the inspiration behind her work
Thousands of men and women whose deaths can be linked to the First World War have yet to be commemorated.
Two decades after first visiting London and setting her heart on studying there, a woman from Stratford has finally achieved her dream.
The tournament at the Copper Box Arena will have London Pulse involved later this month
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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