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Man gets 200-hour community order for Rainham air con theft
A Romanian-born man who stole air conditioning units from a scrap metal yard in Rainham has been ordered to do 200 hours community service.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Inequality challenge must be fixed MP tells Ebor Lecture audience
BRITAIN must overcome a "twin crisis of inequality and identity" if it is to enjoy fair economic recovery, an MP told a York audience last night.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
ESSEX: Four year fire dispute ends
FIRE crews spent more than an hour battling a blaze in Avely field that they suspect was started on purpose.
Debate rages over new Thames bridges at Thamesmead and Belvedere
After scrapping the project when he first came to power, Boris Johnson 's renewed plans for a bridge across the river at Thamesmead are proving as divisive as ever.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Rainham school's expansion a 'rash decision to meet targets'
Parents have been granted a reprieve on a school expansion that they say will reduce facilities and potentially endanger children.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
TfL to consult on east London bridge proposal
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry commissioned planners ARUP and HOK to put together the proposal.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Red Ed 'won't unveil any policies in case they scare off voters':...
Red Ed 'won't unveil any policies in case they scare off voters': Left-wing despair over 'dead hand' at Labour's heart Ed Miliband is refusing to reveal Labour's real plans for government in case they scare off voters, a senior Left-wing figure has claimed.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Nostalgia: Havering in history on June 27, 1954, 1974 and 1994
Mothers of children studying at a Catholic hall were defying a government ban on the site supplying cheap school meals by preparing their own.
Ex-Gills goalie George Howard back home in Rainham after horror crash in South Africa
The ex-Gills keeper was in a coma for 16 days after falling off the back of a pick-up truck and suffering life-threatening head injuries.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Jon Cruddas: The Gramsci of Westminster
Jon Cruddas is sitting in his office reflecting on the state of Labour when he recalls the advice that the American poet Robert Frost gave to John F Kennedy two days after his presidential inauguration in 1961.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
Former Bromley and Charlton goalkeeper wakes from coma
A former Bromley and Charlton goalkeeper, who was involved in a car crash three weeks ago, has woken from a coma.