December 6 2013 Latest news:
Flights and trains to and from London have been cancelled as the UK storm leaves thousands of passengers stranded.
A man forced back by the flames trying to tackle a blaze in his home in east London this-afternoon had to be treated by ambulance paramedics for the effects of inhaling smoke.
Heartless thieves have broken into the home of an 88-year-old pensioner living alone in east London and have stolen Christmas presents he had bought for his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Players from West Ham brought some festive cheer to their supporters with a visit to Richard House Children’s Hospice yesterday.
A married couple are retiring after 32 years of running their newsagents shop.
Santa visited the Stratford Centre on Sunday to kick off the festive season and the annual “Santa’s Letters”.
Hundreds of school children visited the home of the Olympics for an interactive and scientific show aimed at inspiring the next generation of technologists and scientists.
A gang of sophisticated metal thieves who “threatened the very infrastructure of the country” by stealing tonnes of telephone cable worth thousands of pounds have been jailed.
Visitors to London City Airport will get a glimpse of the private jet lifestyle this month, with a collection of competition-winning photographs going on display.
Stark figures released by a charity that helps elderly people tell the tale of a lonely existence for some individuals.
Budding chefs from an East Ham primary school showcased their talents by winning a live cook-off competition at Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Stratford last Saturday.
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