April 19 2014 Latest news:
A former finance worker who left the City to set up her own balloon artistry business has taken America by storm, picking up a handful of awards in a recent international competition.
Keen sportsman Amaan Rashid, 10, of Dagenham is a mid-associate of the Royal Ballet School and has finished a run of Sleeping Beauty at the Royal Opera House. He played a fairy page, a mandolin boy and a monkey in 10 of the 20 performances. He talks to the Post about dancing, karate and his dreams for the future.
Police are anxious to speak to a man in connection with an attempted car theft in Dagenham.
The family of a hit-and-run victim are calling for the law to be rewritten as the hunt for his killer continues.
Flags flew at half mast at both Barking Town Hall and Dagenham Civic Centre yesterday following the death of Cllr Tony Perry, who died last Saturday.
Everyone knows smoking is bad for you but there are new health concerns after an e-cigarette exploded and set fire to a house in Barking.
A woman who was rescued from a fire in her flat has thanked the emergency services for their assistance.
The world’s largest provider of flexible workspace is celebrating the fifth birthday of its Barking business centre.
A construction apprentice who worked at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park through a local employment scheme has seen his hard work praised.