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BREAKING: Man found with stab injuries in Hornchurch.

A man has been found suffering stab injuries on Maygreen Crescent in Hornchurch after reports of a fight.

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BREAKING: Man stabbed in the back in Romford shopping centre.

A man has been stabbed in the back in the stairwell of The Brewery shopping centre at lunchtime today. The incident happened at 12.53 after members of the public saw a man with a knife wound to the back.

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Palms Hotel not being considered for asylum seekers accommodation Home Office confirm.

Julia Lopez MP has engaged with the Home Office in regards to rumours circulating locally that asylum seekers were going to be housed at Palms Hotel in Hornchurch along the A127.

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Saint Francis Hospice dancing volunteer keeps Hornchurch shoppers on their toes.

Courtney Thomson has been a volunteer at the Saint Francis Hospice Fashion shop in Hornchurch for six years and she’s well-known for her big smile and her dance moves! 

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Exclusive:Teenager grabbed by her hair and punched to the ground by two girls in Romford attack.

"She had gone to Romford to visit her friend and get some food together. As they were walking on Western Road, two girls started provoking her saying to my sister-'What you looking at?'

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‘The direct consequences of fuel poverty are dreadful for families and can lead to tragic outcomes’-Figures reveal 17% of households across Dagenham and Rainham are in fuel poverty.

'In 2021 before the energy crisis took hold there were 5,307 households in Dagenham and Rainham living on a low income in an energy inefficient home, that’s 12% of all households. That figure is shocking enough, but today’s estimate is that there are 7,642 households in fuel poverty locally, a ...

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Anger as moped food delivery drivers cause disabled man to have an accident.

'These moped riders are a real nuisance. They park wherever they want and do not get any parking tickets like cars do'.

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Pensioner taken to hospital after being struck by car in Romford.

An man in his 80s was taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car on Main Road in Romford.

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Havering sees ‘Pharmacy First’ launch in Harold Wood.

Hornchurch and Upminster MP, Julia Lopez, has welcomed the launch of the government's Pharmacy First programme in Havering on a visit to Well Pharmacy in Harold Wood.

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Yes politicians do deserve to be protected as does the public-but the public did not make brutal police cuts.

The majority of officer cuts have been from our frontline. 20,564 officers have been lost since 2010, 20,211, that's a figure of 98% have been frontline officer cuts.

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Havering’s first ‘Number Fayre’ to be held at the Mercury.

On 22nd February, local community groups will join forces to show the joy of numbers in the centre of Romford at Havering’s first ‘Number Fayre’. 

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Havering Resident’s Association Commitment to Improving Children’s Services

Havering Council say they are dedicated to improving children's services, addressing challenges with determination and seeking support for funding and progress.

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Havering’s Children’s Services rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted.

The Ofsted inspectors found that Havering’s Children’s Services, which had previously been rated as ‘Good’ in 2018, has deteriorated over a number of years and have now been judged to be ‘Inadequate’.

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VIDEO:Havering Heroes: Community Champion Ciaran from Havering Mind.

Havering Mind's Events Organiser Ciaran White is this week's Havering Hero!

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London News:Man who found lone woman asleep on tube and sexually assaulted her is jailed.

Salman Yousaf found guilty of assault by penetration and sexual assault following attack in West Ham.

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Rainham residents reach out to Labour PPC following repair issues needed on Stirling Close.

'It took a little while but I am really pleased to say a Housing Estates Officer recently visited Stirling Close and carried out an inspection of the area.'

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Havering’s new SEND school building gets under way.

"We have seen the number of children needing special needs support grow over the years and it is important that they can attend a school within their own borough. Not only does this make it more accessible educationally, it is the social benefits it can bring for the child and families.”

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‘Londoners are more concerned about the daily chaos across the Tube network’-Keith Prince hits out at Mayor’s new overground line names.

This is a wasted opportunity. Sadiq Khan and TfL could have earned tens of millions of pounds by offering naming rights to Overground train lines.

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Lawyers warn against Sunday Market closure-‘By pressing ahead with the Sunday market closure, the council are jumping the gun and appear to be ignoring legal advice’.

Documents provided to Havering's Cabinet reveal that legal counsel have advised Havering Council against change the Romford Market hours, whilst a bill is being debated in Parliament. 

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Labour representatives call for urgent action on homelessness across Dagenham and Rainham.

Jon Cruddas MP and Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, Margaret Mullane,have commented on the shocking levels of homelessness affecting Havering and Barking and Dagenham and the terrible impact across England.