Havering, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Hornchurch theatre to make legendary director's dream realityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Romford Recorder

    Comedy double act Harold and Leroy will be leading a Hornchurch history tour at the event. Picture: Queen's Theatre The dream of a legendary theatre director to bring art and science to the masses is to be realised on Saturday.

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  2. Parking fines in Upminster's Corbets Tey Road raise A 135,000 in one yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Romford Recorder

    Corbets Tey Road business owner: 'We do hear from people who say they came but just couldn t park so went elsewhere' Revenue made from parking fines issued on a mile-long Upminster street quadrupled year-on-year after a council clampdown - raising a massive 135,000 in 12 months. Corbets Tey Road made A 33,707 for council coffers in 2011/12, putting it second on a list of the most lucrative streets in Havering after Station Road in Harold Wood, which raised A 85,784.

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  3. A day in the life of a brain surgeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Romford Recorder

    In fact he's one of only a small number in the region. If you suffer head trauma in a car crash in Harwich - out on farthest reaches of coastal Essex - it's likely you'll end up at Queen's, in the care of some of the country's most qualified clinicians at the Essex Neurosciences Centre.

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  4. Essex girls impress at English Schools Multi-Events ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Echo-news.co.uk

    ESSEX finished a fantastic second in the intermediate girls heptathlon competition at the English Schools Combined Events Championships - despite being an athlete down. The team of Michelle Hughes, Kiera Tippett and Charlotte Skeggs were not expected to challenge for a place on the podium after the late withdrawal of their leading athlete Naomi Harryman.

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  5. Cabinet member for health to 'fight tooth and nail to oppose' A&E closure plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Cabinet member for health to 'fight tooth and nail to oppose' A&E closure plans Cabinet member for health Cllr Wes Streeting to 'fight tooth and nail to oppose' King George Hospital A&E closure plans A cross-party delegation of councillors from Redbridge, Havering and Barking & Dagenham handed in a letter to Downing Street at 12pm calling on the Prime Minister to intervene to save King George A&E in Goodmayes. Cllr Wes Streeting, deputy leader of Redbridge council and cabinet member for health attended alongside Conservative leader Cllr Paul Canal.

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  6. Redbridge and Havering MPs will support air strikes against IS in crucial Commons voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Romford Recorder

    Ilford South MP Mike Gapes and Romford MP Andrew Rosindell have said they will be voting in favour of air strikes against Islamic State - formerly ISIL - militants in northern Iraq. He said: "To defeat the criminal IS caliphate cult we need a broad international coalition including action by Arab forces on the ground against ISIL in Syria as well as Iraq."

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  7. Catch22 celebrates dedicated volunteers who mentor female ex-offenders across LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | PressReleasePoint

    The London Women's Mentoring Service held an event to thank the volunteer mentors who support their female service users to achieve their goals and prevent reoffending. On 18 September Catch22 held an evening celebration to thank their volunteer mentors and supporters on the London Women's Mentoring Service .

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  8. Essex's intermediate girls team (l-r): Charlotte Skeggs, Kiera Tippett and Michelle HughesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Echo-news.co.uk

    ESSEX finished a fantastic second in the intermediate girls heptathlon competition at the English Schools Combined Events Championships - despite being an athlete down. The team of Michelle Hughes, Kiera Tippett and Charlotte Skeggs were not expected to challenge for a place on the podium after the late withdrawal of their leading athlete Naomi Harryman.

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  9. Schoolgirl sexual abuse letter sent in error by council, say Havering policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Romford Recorder

    A letter warning headteachers about a group of men targeting schoolgirls for sexual abuse was mistakenly sent by Havering Council - and actually referred to an incident in another borough. Terrified parents saw copies of the leaked letter appear on Facebook, warning the borough's secondary schools of men, "thought to be of Albanian origin," who were "known to have attended school premises to target girls."

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  10. Downing Street is latest stop in campaign to save King George Hospital A&ERead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Ilford Recorder

    Cllr Paul Canal and Cllr Wes Streeting hand letter to David Cameron in fight to save King George Hospital's A&E Councillors from across Redbridge, Havering and Barking and Dagenham joined together in a cross-party delegation to deliver a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to intervene. Labour's Cllr Wes Streeting, deputy leader of Redbridge Council and cabinet member for health attended, alongside Opposition Leader Paul Canal.

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  11. Call to abandon A&E closure plans at Downing Street todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Redbridge Conservative Cllr Paul Canal and Labour deputy leader of the council Cllr Wes Streeting will deliver the letter to 10 Downing Street at 12pm today. Along with councillors from Havering and Barking and Dagenham, they are calling on the Department of Health and David Cameron to scrap plans to close King George Hospital A&E, in Goodmayes.

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  12. Claims patients being turned away from under-threat Wanstead Hospital are 'strongly refuted'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Ilford Recorder

    Claims patients are being turned away from Wanstead Hospital in an effort to make demand for beds appear lower, have been categorically denied by the trust running it. Claims patients are being turned away from Wanstead Hospital in an effort to make demand for beds appear lower have been categorically denied by the trust running it.

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  13. Street sweeper cleans up Romford crime sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Romford Recorder

    Officers had cordoned off an area outside Romford Station in South Street on Monday morning to protect forensic evidence after a serious assault. But with work to be done, the thorough Havering Council worker was seen ducking under the tape before being approached by officers and making her way out of the restricted area.

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  14. Defecting Havering councillors slammed by new Residents' Association leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Romford Recorder

    Dissenting Residents' Association councillors are acting "for the good of themselves" by creating a coalition with the Conservatives, according to the party's new leader. The latest round of musical chairs in Havering Town Hall has seen eight Residents' Association councillors, led by departing leader Cllr Clarence Barrett, split from the group.

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  15. Road sweeper crosses police cordon to clean up a crime sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | ITV

    The cordon was set up following a fight on South Street in Romford which left one victim in hospital with facial injuries. But the 'DO NOT CROSS' signs did not deter the street cleaner from overstepping the mark.

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  16. King George recruits 'mystery shoppers' to improve careRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Ilford Recorder

    Those wishing to participate will be given training, as part of the initiative by Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust , which also runs Queen's in Romford - where the project will also run. Trust deputy chief nurse Gary Etheridge said: "We are very proud of the recent developments we have made in our patients' experience, and this is another example of how we are actively listening to ensure patients receive the high quality care they deserve.

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  17. Fine for Dagenham mum who forged daughter's school applicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Romford Recorder

    A Dagenham mum-of-two is one of the first to be prosecuted for "education tourism" after she forged documents to get her daughter into a Havering school. Lura Pacheco, 34, of Whalebone Lane South was fined A 500, a A 60 victim surcharge and sentenced to 100 hours community service after she faked a tenancy agreement.

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  18. 'No delay' to A&E closure plans according to clinical commissioning groupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    'No delay' to A&E closure plans according to clinical commissioning groups The statement has come in response to a team of councillors due to call for plans to close the department to be abandoned at 10 Downing Street at 12pm on Friday. A spokesman for Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge and Havering Clinical Commissioning Groups said there was no delay in plans to close the A&E at the Goodmayes hospital.

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  19. Opposition leader resigns to head up new coalition party in Havering Town HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Romford Recorder

    The leader of the Havering Residents' Association has resigned from post and party and will lead an eight-strong team into a coalition with the Conservatives, creating an overall majority in the process. It comes after his former party triumphed in the May elections, winning 19 seats and breaking the Tory strong-hold.

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  20. Mystery over gruesome fish deaths in Harrow Lodge ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Romford Recorder

    A park volunteer has estimated that about 1,000 fish have mysteriously died over the weekend at a park lake. Harrow Lodge Park volunteer Tom Waller, 61, of Laindon, was told by a fellow volunteer on Saturday about the deaths and witnessed the mass of floating dead fish for himself on Sunday when he went to investigate.

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