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The Havering Daily

Fight in Dagenham sees man stabbed in the back of the head at a barber shop.

Police and the air ambulance were at the scene of a stabbing today on Stansgate Road,Dagenham. One male was found with a stab wound to the back of the head and taken to an east London hospital. The other victim suffered minor injuries.

The Havering Daily

Havering InterFaith Forum sets up new toy collection for disadvantaged children in Havering.

Havering Interfaith Forum has organised a new toy collection for disadvantaged children in Havering. The collection will run from the 1st July - 28th July.

The Havering Daily

‘Policing is only ever going to be one part of the answer with knife crime.’

We must never take our eye off the ball when it comes to protecting people from knife crime, particularly our young people when they go out. 

The Havering Daily

Rainham Leisure Centre to celebrate first birthday with family fun day.

Rainham Leisure Centre will host a free family fun day on Saturday, June 29, to celebrate its first birthday.

Romford Recorder | News

Sir Ian McKellen statement issued after actor's horror fall

Sir Ian McKellen's spokesperson has issued a major update after the actor's on-stage fall during a London production of Player Kings.

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London Overground Hackney to Chingford works: Meet the manager events

London Overground trains between Hackney Downs and Chingford will not run for more than two weeks this summer while a bridge is being replaced.

Romford Recorder | News

East India Dock Road, Poplar crash sees car flip onto roof

A person was taken to hospital after a car flipped and landed on its roof after crashing into traffic lights in Poplar.

Romford Recorder | News

Northern Lights seen in Hornchurch and captured in photos

The Northern Lights have been spotted in Havering, prompting shock and awe from people in the borough who did not expect such a sight close to home.

Romford Recorder | News

Kensington Olympia station: Pictures show police presence

Pictures show a huge police presence outside of Kensington Olympia station in west London due to an ongoing police incident involving a man throwing things from a roof.

Romford Recorder | News

Burdett Road, Mile End bus crash: Man fighting for his life

A man is fighting for his life in hospital after being trapped under a bus following a crash in Mile End in the middle of the night.

Romford Recorder | News

Raphael Park, Romford, crash: two women rushed to hospital

Two women have been rushed to hospital after a dramatic crash that destroyed the front of a car near Raphael Park in Romford.

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Havering mayor role row: Labour councillor Pat Brown hits out at HRA

Labour councillor Pat Brown has hit out at the Havering Residents Association (HRA) after the group overlooked her for the role of Mayor of Havering.

Romford Recorder | News

Kensington Olympia London police incident: Man ‘throwing items'

A man on a roof “throwing items” onto the tracks of a train station has caused severe delays to the London Overground.

Romford Recorder | News

Croydon has the most XL Bullies in England- new data finds

A recent study by The Spectator found the areas in England with the most XL Bullies and Croydon ranked top.

Romford Recorder | News

Kensington Olympia London 'police incident': Recap

All train services between Shepherd's Bush and Clapham Junction have stopped due to a 'police incident'.

Romford Recorder | News

Throwing away election documents could land you a £200 fine

Failure to get rid of election materials properly could be a civil offence resulting in a £200 fine, experts have warned

Romford Recorder | News

Petrol prices 'far higher than they should be', RAC warns

RAC head of policy Simon Williams said: “Margins are once again staying persistently high, and drivers are paying the price."

Romford Recorder | News

Commercial Street, Spitalfields fire: Four taken to hospital

Four people were taken to hospital following a blaze in a block of flats in Commercial Street in Spitalfields.

The Havering Daily

Rainham Library celebrates Green Week.

Local residents, and Councillor Jackie McArdle and her amazing allotment team spent the afternoon helping with all the fantastic activities taking place.

The Havering Daily

Havering Council acknowledge administrative error that left two Hornchurch streets without free 30 minute parking.

Havering Council has clarified that parking on two streets will not be free for the first 30 minutes, after an administrative error caused confusion.