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Man stabbed in Barking

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Newham Sergeant Sally Longhurst was praised for her quick-thinking in helping a man who collapsed in a coffee shop

A man was stabbed yesterday night.

Tributes to Derek ‘

A campaign calling for a public inquiry into the safety of a busy stretch of road has been launched after a biker died yesterday.

An artist's impression of how the OnSide Youth Zone will look (Pic: Charlie Coleman)

A planning application for the borough’s Youth Zone has been submitted to the council.

Don't miss out on registering for a school place

Time is running out to apply for primary school places.

Pregnant smoker numbers in Barking and Dagenham are the joint highest in the capital

Barking and Dagenham has the joint highest rate of smoking by London mums-to-be.

Flowers left near the junction where Sean Thake died

Police are searching for a biker who has failed to answer bail after being arrested in connection with a fatal collision.

Several roads will be closed in the coming weeks

Several roads will be closed to traffic over the next few weeks while essential work is carried out by utility companies.

Police want to speak to this man

Police have renewed their appeal for information after a 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a Tube train.

The show involves collaborative dance

A unique immersive dance performance will show different interpretations of courage – staged in some unusual spaces in the Broadway Theatre.

Councillors will have the final say

Don’t miss on your chance to take part in a consultation about plans to raise council tax by four per cent.

Students put their design skills to the test to create this stunning float

The Wild West inspired a float designed by Barking and Dagenham College students.

Slimming World manager Claire Keen meets TV presenter Stephen Mulhern

A Slimming World manager has got the magic touch, according to Stephen Mulhern.

St Vincent's Primary School in Dagenham has been rated

Careful lesson planning and making reading fun are among the elements helping a school to thrive, according to education inspectors.

Ahlam Abdullah was last seen more than three weeks ago

Police have renewed their appeal for help finding a missing teenage girl who was last seen more than a month ago.

Hundreds of mourners attended Ricky Hayden's funeral last month

A trial preparation hearing has been set for two 19 year olds charged in connection with Ricky Hayden’s death.

Siobhan Tumber (Asda Community Champion) and Christina Crook (Blesma Fundraising Relationship Executive)

Staff from Asda Chadwell Heath presented £500 to military charity Blesma.

Barking and Dagenham College. Picture: Arnaud Stephenson

Barking and Dagenham College has been shortlisted for three national awards.

Dagenham red watch will be cooking Christmas dinner for vulnerable residents

Firefighters from Dagenham fire station will be cooking Christmas dinner for vulnerable people in the community.

The gospel choir helped comfort Ricky's family

The best friend of killed bouncer Ricky Hayden organised a gospel choir performance as a surprise for his grieving parents.

Ahlam Abdullah

Police are growing increasingly worried about a teenage girl who has been missing for more than five weeks.

Staff from All Saints entertained pupils with a Christmas panto

Teachers turned thespians to entertain students with a charity panto.

One of the groups who graduated from the FAST program

Mums and dads joined their children for a special graduation ceremony.

Ford Dagenham demolition team Careys plc recently raised nearly £2,000 for Breast Cancer Awareness

Women in the borough are being asked to share their experience of breast cancer screenings.

Matthew Baker was jailed for life. Picture: Met Police

A man who stabbed a stranger more than 30 times in a ferocious unprovoked attack has today been jailed for life.

Pensioners enjoyed their Christmas lunch at Barking Abbey School

Christmas came early for OAPs who enjoyed a free three course meal of turkey and all the trimmings.

Lee Baker

A drug addict who killed his friend after an argument about noodles has been jailed for seven years.

Barking and Dagenham has the lowest suicide rate in London

Barking and Dagenham has the lowest suicide rate in London, according to new data released by the Office for National Statistics.

Adnan was previously named VQ Teacher of the Year

A talented tutor could prove he’s worth a million dollars after being shortlisted for a global prize.

Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service rushed to the scene.

A man who is accused of burgling an 86-year-old woman will go on trial next month.

Police are appealing to the public to help with their investigation. Picture Met Police.

A driver who was arrested in connection with a fatal road crash has been bailed.

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