April 25 2014 Latest news:
Firefighters in Newham will join a series of nationwide strikes next week as part of an ongoing dispute with the government over pensions.
Christians and Jews came together for a Passover service in a Forest Gate church ahead of Easter.
Two disused Manor Park buildings are being transformed to serve new purposes.
A charity that combines martial arts with education and personal development will receive £500,000 from the government to turn its base in east London into a state-of-the-art facility.
A Newham-based charity will be hosting a free employment and enterprise fair organised by unemployed people to counter the negative stereotypes of programmes such as Benefits Street.
A major catastrophic event is set to happen in Docklands this weekend - but there’s no need to panic as it is just a training exercise for the emergency services.
The search for the best Glee Club performers has begun again as entries open for the annual Jack Petchey Glee Club Challenge 2014.
A global business conference attracted thousands of people to East London last week with international speakers such as West Ham United vice-chairman Karen Brady.
Newham’s new borough commander has pledged to tackle gang culture.
More than £40,000 has been raised to get the ball rolling in a campaign to provide summer activities for youngsters.
The “disgraceful” site of a closed Plaistow pub needs urgent attention to stop it blighting the lives of its neighbours, according to a former resident.
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