5 hrs ago
Hornchurch students told there are opportunities in politics
Sam Gould, member of the labour action team talking to the students at Havering Sixth Form College about engaging youths in politics.
14 hrs ago
'Bedroom tax is hitting landlords'
MPs have been told of serious pressures facing housing associations as rent arrears from the 'bedroom tax' start to hit.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Romford school holds "great shave off" to raise more money for Movember charity
Male teachers in a Romford school who grew bushy moustaches for Movember have made more money for the prostate and testicular charity with a "great shave off".
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Funeral announced for one of the 'grandfathers of Havering'
Frank Morley, who died aged 91 on November 25, began serving the borough in the late '50s after being elected as a "ratepayer" councillor on Hornchurch Council.
Hornchurch hosts first pearly wedding in 42 years
Lorraine and Terry had the first pearly wedding in London for 42 years. Pearly Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses from across East London came to celebrate their marriage with them.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Romford Pictures: Painting's a doddle for Gidea Park artist, 82
At the age of 82, most people might think about putting their feet up. But since the age of 67, one Gidea Park man has been indulging his passion for painting.
Havering parks fly the flag after receiving awards
Eight Havering parks had flags raised as they received The Green Flag Award - the benchmark for national standards for parks and green spaces in the UK.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Picture: Halogen heater knocked onto carpet sets fire to Upminster house
An Upminster home was yesterday scorched by a fire believed to have started when a halogen heater was knocked onto the carpet.
Police Appeal After Teen 'Abducted' By Van
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage boy was dragged from a street into a van which then drove off.
NEWTeenager dragged off London street into van
A teenage boy was dragged off an east London street in broad daylight and pulled into a van with 'blacked out windows', police say.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
It's officially Christmas in Hornchurch
The day officially launched at the Queen's Theatre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch but everyone actually wanted to be outside - despite the chilly weather! On the streets of Hornchurch, the Hornchurch Haverettes performed a routine and fairground rides were there for children to enjoy.
a Special day of festive entertainment is being held at the Old Regent Ballroom.
Lennox Productions, a group of volunteers who bring their talents together to put on annual musical theatre productions to raise funds and awareness for Lennox Children's Cancer Fund, are laying on a day of fun at the recently renovated venue in Stanford-le-Hope.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
House of Commons teaches Hornchurch school children life lesson
A trip to the House of Commons on Tuesday left two Hornchurch pupils with a healthy new outlook on life.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Romford Pictures: Hornchurch panto cast prepare for Dick Whittington at Queen's Theatre
A quiet backstreet in Hornchurch is probably the last place you would expect to find a boy and his cat on an adventure to defeat an evil rat king.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Hornchurch pupils visit Ethiopia to see donations from their school handed over
Two siblings from Hornchurch journeyed to Ethiopia with their family to see the impact of donations their school made for local children.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Havering Council planning: Roundup of applications
Planning permission was granted unanimously to a two-storey extension for a house in Suttons Avenue, Hornchurch, by Havering Council's planning committee on Thursday .
Kent Police is investigating a number of courier frauds across Gravesend, Dartford and Sevenoaks.
Detectives investigating a series of frauds in which elderly people were duped into revealing bank details to bogus police officers and the bank have arrested three people.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Nostalgia: Havering in history on November 15, 1953, 1973 and 1993
They had placed a microphone in Coleman's office before his next meeting with the victim on court business and heard first-hand a discussion about his conduct at the previous meeting.
Hornchurch boss hopes for reaction against Kingstonian
Hornchurch host Kingstonian at Bridge Avenue tomorrow looking to bounce back following a disappointing 4-2 defeat to Harrow Borough on Tuesday night.
PICTURES: Romford Market packed as Amelia Lily turns on Christmas lights
Christmas is finally here - well almost. Thousands of people wrapped up in hats and scarves turned in force last night to see X Factor star Amelia Lily perform and the Christmas lights get turned on.