Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed in the back four times.
A museum next door to a chippy which explores the history of the Gascoigne Estate opened its doors to the public last night.
The borough’s elderly began dancing and fighting their way to fitness on Older People’s Day.
A new bus station and pharmacy could be some of the benefits brought to residents as part of a proposed regeneration project in the borough.
The council will host a free event to mark World Mental Health Day tomorrow.
A grieving man says he was left “sickened” after he was burgled while he was on his way to his mum’s cremation.
An insurance group based in Barking has won a top industry award for the third year in a row.
A grandmother fears that her dreams of buying her autistic grandson a service dog have been shattered.
A primary school in Barking has been awarded a prestigious prize by the British Council, in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Justin Hoyte set for starting berth at Broadhall Way
Dagenham & Redbridge sign Irish winger for a month
Supporters attending Non-League Day can help raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK
National Cup: Glenthorne High 1 Marshalls Park 4
It seems it is my way or the highway for Slaven Bilic as French midfielder is sent packing
New captain Joe Jones praises effort of side before they ran out of steam against strong opposition on Saturday
Barking head coach disappointed with controversial end in Letchworth loss
Striker disappointed after Daggers blow two goal lead to lose
Hammers star Adrian is celebrating his new contract at Upton Park and looking to the future
You can enjoy South American cuisine without the 12 hour flight, thanks to a new supper club.
Move over outdoor cinemas – there’s a whole new craze in town.
Step back in time to the 1890s and enjoy the glorious and glamorous heyday of the British music hall.
He might not be the real Robbie Williams but it’s worth letting Andy James entertain you at Mecca Dagenham next week.
Like The Temptations, The Overtones, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons? Then you’ll want to head to the Broadway theatre on Saturday.
Following one family’s daily struggles and misunderstandings, Dementia’s Journey is both uplifting and moving.
You can watch a classic tragedy for just a tenner thanks to Creative Barking and Dagenham.
Just imagine what you could do with £1,000 to spend at Topshop.
Asda, one of the country’s leading supermarkets, prides itself in being one of the cheapest places to shop, so you can be sure that your money will go a long way here!