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An 18-year-old had a terrifying experience as he queued up to buy food in a McDonalds in Romford last night - he was threatened with a knife and acid.
An adorable six-month-old Pomeranian puppy was stolen from outside a shop at the weekend - and now we’re appealing for readers’ help to reunite him with his owner for Christmas.
Almost 60 firefighters were called in to tackle a blaze in a derelict warehouse that spread to a block of flats in Hornchurch this morning.
A garage was destroyed by a “big fire”, in Collier Row, earlier today.
A 50-year-old man and a woman in her early 70s were taken to hospital following a collision yesterday.
A man in his 50s was taken to Queen’s Hospital yesterday after collapsing in the middle of the street.
A pair of burglars, who deliberately smashed into two police cars during a pursuit in Rainham, have been sent to prison for six years.
A Romford man had his face cut open when he answered the door to a mystery attacker.
A six-year-old boy was grabbed by a stranger and nearly abducted on Romford’s Harebell Way on Saturday.
Transport for London (TfL) have unveiled a glimpse of the future today by releasing a photograph of the first prototype Crossrail carriage.
Geoffrey Wroe, the former headteacher of Dycorts School, for children with special needs, has resigned following a Havering Council investigation.
The fire brigade are often asked to rescue cats up trees, but this morning Hornchurch station had to deal with a scarier critter.
Multiple legal proceedings against the trust which runs King George and Queen’s hospitals, alleging poor care, have been settled out of court, it has been announced.
Munaib Chowdhury, 18, from Forest Gate, is going to Cambridge University to study medicine after achieving a fantastic 4 A*s.
Grace Taylor thought there was little hope of passing her AS-level exams after she was knocked unconscious in a car accident during the exam period.
Thousands of students across Havering nervously opened their A-level results today, to find out their fate for next year.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s main message, at a Q&A session in Harold Hill on Wednesday, was that of reassurance.
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We never thought we’d miss exams, but we might be persuaded to resit our finals if we were as lucky as students at the University of Westminster, who this week got to play with cute baby animals.
A ‘persistent pervert’ travelled around the London Underground ‘targeting lone women’ - engaging the women in conversation before ‘touching himself inappropriately’ in front of them, inciting ‘considerable fear’.