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Staff and customers at Barking’s newest supermarket will attempt to get into the world record books tomorrow morning when the store opens.
A group of travellers could be facing eviction after arriving in Thames View estate this afternoon.
The Labour MP who has represented Barking since 1994 made the Dissolution Honours list on Thursday.
Council leader Cllr Darren Rodwell joined mayor Simon Bremner and more than 400 people on a trip to Southend on Saturday.
Labour leadership front-runner Jeremy Corbyn has the backing of at least five Barking and Dagenham councillors.
Construction work on one of the capital’s biggest housing schemes has stopped after developers found asbestos in the ground.
Our latest shopping voucher winner is planning to spend her winnings on decorating her flat.
The trust running King George and Queens hospitals is paying more on loan repayments to private investment firms than any other across London, a report has found.
The classic British summertime downpours might be bad for anyone planning a beach trip, but they’ve been good news for the gardeners.
A new era of Barking supermarket shopping will begin next week with the opening of the new Asda.
Motorists face delays on the A13 heading westbound this morning following a crash involving a motorbike in Dagenham.
Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a missing 14-year-old girl who could be in Dagenham.
A global social media app aimed at tackling cyber-bullying among young people has been nominated for a top business prize.
A collection of micro companies is offering community services to those that need it across the borough.
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust (BHRUT) spends 11.3 per cent of its operating revenue repaying private companies – the highest of any London trust.
Expense is no longer an obstacle to getting active thanks to a leisure industry insider bringing free fitness to the borough.
A talented student who won an international competition with his homeless shelter design is hoping to see his plans become a reality.
A heartbroken family mourning the death of their beloved cat has claimed they were “emotionally blackmailed” by a chain of vets.
The borough’s first Steam and Cider Fair saw 18,000 people descend on Old Dagenham Park on Saturday.
The health trust running King George and Queen’s hospitals increased their car parking takings by more than £200,000 last year.
Librarian Dulcie Forbes tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates how she helps tackle isolation by using writing to strengthen communities with her fortnightly poetry club
A day centre for people with learning disabilities is set to close in the next few weeks as the council’s cut-backs come into effect.
More than 150 people turned out for a day of fun and healthy living in the middle of one of Barking’s biggest estates on Friday.
Yesterday we issued an appeal to help police find a man wanted for questioning after a 16-year-old boy was assaulted as he got on a bus in Romford.
A terrified mum has spoken of her concern after her 11-year-old son was hit round the head with a golf club in Central Park.
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The Cuban is set up like an old relative’s house in a tropical country – doors thrown open in welcome.
In with the old, out with the new. This is the mantra of the best London vintage shoppers today, whose aesthetic of effortless chic is becoming more sought after.