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Great work by Havering Police sees large scale cannabis factory with drugs worth £1million shut down.

 Executed as part of the Clear Hold Build initiative, targeting organised crime and drugs supply, officers gained entry to the warehouse and found it to contain a large-scale Cannabis factory. Inside officers found 1600 Cannabis plants, with a potential street value of £1m

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Briar Road, Harold Hill crash: Car flips near McDonald's

A car flipped and trapped a woman inside on a residential Harold Hill street near a McDonald's restaurant.

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Thameslink launches children's Poetry in Motion competition

Children’s Laureate Joseph Coelho is getting ready to judge the 10 best entries in a “poetry in motion” competition run with the Thameslink rail network.

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Cranbrook Road, Gants Hill crash: Person taken to hospital

A person is in hospital following a serious crash on a major road in Gants Hill in the early hours of the morning.

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Call to give Londoners the 'right to grow' on public land

A ‘people’s rally’ is bringing community food growers together from all over London next weekend to create a charter for the “right to grow food” on public land.

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City Police appeal to find owners of phones stolen in London

Police want to return stolen mobile phones to their owners after recovering 24 that they believe were snatched in the City or West End on March 26.

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Overground line from Hackney Downs to be blocked this summer

Trains will not run on the London Overground between Hackney Downs and Chingford for more than two weeks during the height of summer.

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Primary school offer day: 90pc get preferred Havering place

Almost 90 per cent of children in Havering have been offered a place at their first choice primary school, according to London Councils data.

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Havering Council to bid for £24m grant from London mayor

Havering Council has taken a decision to bid for a £24m grant from Mayor of London to help buy properties for social housing.

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Cranbrook Road A123, Gants Hill crash: Person in hospital

Cranbrook Road A123, Gants Hill has been closed in both directions following a suspected crash.

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Skint Dad blog shares 6 tips to help you save money

Skint Dad blog, created by Ricky and Naomi Willis, shares six tips to help you clear debt and save money.

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Leyton murder arrest: Man stabbed in South Birkbeck Road

A man has been stabbed to death after a reported fight in South Birkbeck Road, Leyton.

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Making balconies bloom at Park Rise retirement village.

New and prospective residents of the Park Rise retirement village enjoyed an informative gardening event last weekend to learn about making the most of their new balconies.

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Romford’s Raphael park run revealed as the fifth busiest in London.

Saturday parkrun crowds are taking over London, which could be a growing concern for Havering locals as new research reveals that Raphael parkrun is the fifth most crowded location for the weekly event in the city.

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EXCLUSIVE: Anger as despite residents payment entire Hornchurch car park issued parking fines.

I couldn't believe what I saw, every vehicle except one with a blue badge had a parking fine on it.

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Race Across the World winners use prize on 'gap decade'

The first winners of Race Across the World Tony and Elaine Teasdale have shared how they use their prize-winning money.

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Does Royal Mail post worldwide? Delivery options for posting

Sometimes you might need to post outside of the UK - here are your international delivery options with Royal Mail.

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London Marathon weather: Hour by hour Met Office forecast

Running in the London Marathon? Here is the hour-by-hour Met Office forecast for Sunday, April 21.

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William Place, Bow armed fight: Men found with stab wounds

Two men have been taken to a major trauma centre after they were found with stab injuries in Bow.

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City of London Police crackdown on red light dodging cyclists

Nearly 1,000 cyclists have been slapped with fines for dodging red lights in the past nine months in a crackdown by City of London Police.