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Police are still hunting for the man who pushed over a PCSO. Picture: Dave Thompson

Dagenham driver fined for Pc assault as police hunt passenger who fractured officer’s skull

Detectives are desperate to find out who left a volunteer police officer with a fractured skull – 24 hours after a Dagenham man admitted assaulting a constable during the same incident.

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Movie lovers can expect to enjoy a screening of the children's classic The Gruffalo Picture: Orange Eyes Limited 2009

It’s a case of Saturday night at the movies in Barking

Movie lovers are in for a treat when Outdoor Cinema comes to Barking on Saturday night.

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The open-plan living area within the two-bedroom Teal showhome

Developer ‘surprised by level of interest from genuine buyers’ in new Dagenham houses

The launch of a housing development in Dagenham attracted more than 70 visitors.

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Barking and Dagenham youth offending service blasted by Havering councillor

A longstanding member of a neighbouring council claims Barking and Dagenham has serious questions to answer over the state of its youth offending services.

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Bob Miller, pictured in July 2013, handing over letters from Dudley Moore to Valence House Museum's Clare Sexton, assistant archivist

Dagenham’s Sydney Russell School reunion stalwart Bob Miller dies at 65

A former policeman who organised the annual reunion for a Dagenham school has died aged 65.

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West Ham fringe men should be good enough to beat Blades

Our West Ham blogger looks back at last night’s Capital One Cup exit

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One of the pictures on display at the exhibition. Fred Blake (centre) with his brother and friend, c.1916  Picture: Eastside Community Heritage 2014

First World War exhibition shares stories of Barking and Dagenham’s sufferers

During the First World War Barking and Dagenham was a predominately rural area and it is known there were streets where every household lost a loved one.

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