April 16 2014 Latest news:
The second phase of the £180million regeneration of Canning Town’s Rathbone Market begun with the official launch last week.
Two sixth formers will be spending a fortnight at the National Youth Theatre after gaining places on an acting course in the summer.
Community leaders and medical experts have played a major role in the launch of a national report that aims to tackle prostate cancer in black men.
The sound of a ping pong ball bouncing back and forth could soon be heard in care homes and health centres across the borough.
Campaigners are trying to revive Newham’s oldest secular building, which dates back to the 16th century.
A little bit of ‘eggstra’ help from Newham Council gave residents and users at a community centre the chance to enjoy an Easter themed party.
Absenteeism rates among the borough’s teachers as a result of work-related stress have soared, latest figures reveal.
Four pupils from Forest Gate Community School ran the last three miles of the London Marathon as part of the Newham borough team.
A team of West Ham fans have raised thousands of pounds for charity by walking to every Football League club in the capital, in less than three days.
Lecturers at Newham College are set to export a Savile Row style tailoring industry in the Philippines.
Plans from developer ABP and UK development manager Stanhope to transform the Royal Albert Dock into the capital’s next business district have been submitted to Newham Council.
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