May 22 2013 Latest news:
Banned dolls containing a poisonous chemical that can cause cancer have been unwittingly sold to families in Barking Market.
A mum with dyslexia has become the 2,000 person to be employed by Sainsbury’s since it launched a partnership with disability charity, Remploy.
World-cup winning England and West Ham United player Bobby Moore was commemorated with a plaque at his old school unveiled by former Hammers teammate Sir Trevor Brooking.
»Barking’s Broadway Theatre has announced its festive pantomime for 2013 – Jack and the Beanstalk.
Daggers fans have a unique opportunity to win a season ticket for their favourite football club thanks to a competition in the Post.
Seven plumbing students are celebrating after securing jobs at a big construction company.
Famed Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, who has a role in Baz Luhrman’s latest epic The Great Gatsby, was in town to open a new solicitors branch.
Three men escaped from the roof of a burning flat this afternoon.
Work is beginning on the demolition of three huge landmark tower blocks.
Commuters journey to work was interrupted this morning after a vehicle carrying gravel spilled its load over two lanes of a main road.
A year after reaching the finals of Britain’s Got Talent, 12-year-old singing sensation Molly Rainford is preparing to impress an audience on home turf.
A church celebrated its 80th year of parish life with a fun day for the whole family.
Police are looking for two suspects who robbed a man on a train before getting off at Barking Station.
Fire crews were quick to prevent further devastation at a timber warehouse as planks of wood caught alight sending hot embers flying into the air.
GPs are asking residents to be mindful of the health services available to them over the bank holiday weekend to make sure they get the right care in the right place and avoid over-burdening Accident and Emergency centres.
Brave young Scouts braced themselves for a night of ghoulish storytelling in a spooky mansion.
A teacher who has dedicated almost 40 years of service to one school has been named runner up in a national competition.
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