London's least used stationsNo 7: Emerson ParkYou have to wonder how Emerson Park station survives.
'It was like walking into hell': Monte Cassino veteran from...
An Upminster veteran will join other Second World War heroes from across the country on a historic pilgrimage to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino, the epic struggle to capture a vital German stronghold and open up the way for the allied advance into Rome.
Hornchurch girl fundraising for South Africa orphanage trip
A 17-year-old girl is fundraising for a 12-month trip to South Africa where she will help out in an orphanage.
Par-tition launched to save Upminster mini-golf course
At the full council meeting at Havering Town Hall last week, Cllr Clarence Barrett, leader of the Residents' Association, asked for investment in the Hall Lane golf course in Upminster, and assurance that the land will remain as green and open space.
Havering campaign to install minister for older people moves forward with letter to Prime Minister
MP Dame Angela Watkinson receiving a letter from Cllr Pam Light and Cliff Reynolds, Over 50s forum chairman, to take to David Cameron asking for a minster for older people.
Cranham 'Don't Tell the Bride' couple choose rings made from congregation's donated gold
A couple who are being given a secret "Don't Tell the Bride"-style wedding have been granted permission to choose their wedding rings - moulded from churchgoers' donated gold.
Havering council's war memorial restoration begins
Restoration work on the five main war memorials in Havering began this week as part of the council's commitment to marking the centenary of the first world war.
RSPB may charge Havering residents to visit Rainham Marshes
The RSPB may renege its agreement to allow free entry to the Rainham Marshes for the borough's residents as it is consulting visitors over charging.
Upminster reverend installed as priest in charge of St Mary Magdalene
The mayor of Havering Cllr Eric Munday and mayoress Mrs Peggy Munday attended his installation, along with a large number of local clergy members.