A homeless man broke down in tears as he was reunited with his long-lost daughter for the first time in 20 years.
Goodbye Berlin, so long, Shoreditch – the next wave of artists could be flocking to the borough under plans for a unique creative hub.
Budding bards and scribes were given awards for poetry and prose by a bestselling crime writer at a literary ceremony.
A redevelopment being hailed as a “cultural milestone” will bring 147 private flats and a three-screen art house cinema to Barking.
A woman’s bag was taken from her pram by two men while her child sat inside.
The Nigerian flag was raised at Barking Town Hall to celebrate 55 years since the country’s independence.
A 70-year-old dementia sufferer who had been reported missing from Chadwell Heath has been found safe and well.
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
Departing manager says leaving role will help club’s academy grow
Ned Keating provides player ratings following the 4-3 loss at home to Mansfield Town
Competition returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Hammers captain insists he was never worried at the prospect of a second yellow card on Saturday at Sunderland
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!