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Pupils fine-tuned financial skills in a scheme to encourage mathematical proficiency.

Yesterday, 12:00
The bowls club with founder George Barker front and centre (Pic by Alan Bullock)

Borough bowls players fear a funding “crisis” fuelled by a fall in membership could finish off their 55-year-old club.

Fri, 19:00
Charles Mayes, 95, died in the crash

A tipper truck driver “panicked” and drove off after a crash which saw a 95-year-old die, a court heard today.

Fri, 15:47
Ruth Umerah, from ELUTEC, with John Lewis, MD of Londoneast-UK

The final piece of the Sanofi-site jigsaw has fallen into place with the sale of the last 25 acres of unaccounted-for land.

Pupils at Parsloes Primary School letting off balloons as part of project

Parsloes Primary pupils raised £100 for Richard House Hospice – along with 90 balloons.

Fri, 11:56
An estimated 7,000 people were treated with contaminated NHS blood and more than 2,000 have since died

Our investigation has highlighted the many ways local victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal continue to be failed decades on. Now investigations editor David Powles outlines the improvements badly needed

Cllr Rodwell said the

The council claims its offensive against the “selfish few” sullying streets with litter is off to a strong start – with more than 1,000 fines for “enviro-crimes” issued in the last year.

Sport

Yesterday, 10:00

County to host ICC World Cricket League event

Fri, 13:00
Ned Keating interviewing Nyron Nosworthy Dagenham's new signing

Nosworthy confident new club can shock a few teams this year

Fri, 11:45
The football season will soon be underway

The draw for the FA Cup and FA Vase were made earlier this afternoon

Fri, 10:45
The football season will soon be underway

Charity five-a-side tournament being arranged for youngster recently diagnosed with cerebral palsy

Fri, 08:00
Ned Keating interviewing Nyron Nosworthy Dagenham's new signing

New signing answers your questions

Fri, 07:46
New West Ham United manger Slaven Bilic walks out to meet the fans before the UEFA Europa League first round qualifying match at Upton Park (pic: Steven Paston/PA)

West Ham were left red-faced on Thursday night as their Europa League victory over FC Lusitans was over-shadowed by claims of a lack of respect from new Hammers boss Slaven Bilic.

Reece Oxford of West Ham   (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)

The Hammers European adventure took-off without a hitch at Upton Park, where the Andorran minnows of Lusitans were sent packing with minimal fuss.

Entertainment

Yesterday, 18:00

Rock stars, celebrities and tourists traditionally tour on buses but now its time for a museum to set off on tour.

Sunday, June 28, 2015
Theatre company Dizzy ODare will be performing The Wonderful World of Mr E

Fancy seeing some great music, circus, dance and theatre acts all without even having to leave the borough?

Friday, June 26, 2015
Mecca Bingo

If you’re a fan of summer nights or feel like having the time of your life then Mecca Dagenham is the place to be next Saturday.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Young and talented putting on a show

It’ll be curtain up for Broadway Young and Talented’s latest must-see show on Saturday evening.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Jazz Inspire Students

An exciting combination of young jazz players will be heading to the Broadway theatre to put on a show on Sunday evening.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Amanda Prowse

The bestselling author of the critically acclaimed No Greater Love series is launching her latest book at Dagenham Library.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Sacha Santus, 33 and Journalist Mark Shales at Santus circus which is in Dagenham for five days

“The attraction of the virtuoso for the public is very like that of the circus for the crowd,” as French composer Claude Debussy once said. “There is always the hope that something dangerous will happen.”

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