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A young man believed to be in his mid-teens has been rushed to hospital after an alleged stabbing in Hedgemans Road, Dagenham.
An elderly couple have threatened to close their bank accounts after hearing their local branch will close.
An adventurous hotel consultant from the Isle of Dogs is preparing to take two cricket teams up Mount Kilimanjaro to play the world’s highest-altitude match and raise money for charity.
Plans to build an ‘all-through’ free school in Barking’s Riverside development will be put before the council tonight.
Plans to make residents wait 10 years before they can apply for council housing are set to be scrapped by Barking and Dagenham Council, whose Labour administration today announced its intent to cut the limit to three years.
An irrational fear of dogs is a common problem for many people and can have a detrimental effect in many aspects of everyday life.
Plans to create a permanent mosque in an old Dagenham post office have been rejected by the government.
What do a pogo, fire hydrant and funky chicken have in common?
As many as 51 of Barking and Dagenham’s schools will be shut or partially closed as a result of tomorrow’s general strike.
A secondary school in Barking has won a prestigious national accolade for the second year in a row.
With the Tour de France hitting London’s roads this afternoon, cycling fever has well and truly hit Barking and Dagenham.
Although the Tour de France comes close to Barking and Dagenham today, the peloton won’t actually enter the borough, so those wanting to catch the action will have to look further afield.
A staggering 12 million people watch the Tour roadside in all its stages in any given year.
There’s something in the air at the Warren School – or, rather, there’s something missing from it.
The cream of the business elite were celebrated at the borough’s annual enterprise awards ceremony last night.
Firefighters in Newham will strike on eight consecutive days this month in their long-running battle with the government over pensions.
Firefighters in Tower Hamlets will strike on eight consecutive days this month in their long-running battle with the government over pensions.
Firefighters in Barking and Dagenham will strike on eight consecutive days this month in their long-running battle with the government over pensions.
A market trader who put children’s lives at risk by selling dangerous toys has been forced to pay more than £1,000.
Improvement works to renovate part of Barking town centre began this week, and are set to cause traffic disruption for up to 25 weeks
A 39-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, in connection with the unexplained death of a Barking man.
A team of underwear-selling students from Barking and Dagenham College have won first prize in a national enterprise competition.
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More than half of residents who took part in a patient survey claim to have experienced sub-standard care at the hands of their GPs, according to a local health charity.
After bringing premium olive oils and Spanish wines to Barking, a European trading company have turned their focus to Mediterranean fruit and vegetables.