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April 24 2014 Latest news:
Firefighters in Barking and Dagenham will join a series of nationwide strikes next week as part of an ongoing dispute with the government over pensions.
An adrenaline-fuelled team challenge by Barking and Dagenham fire cadets raised about £200 for charity last night.
Eight Romanians have been warned that they face being removed from the UK after being issued with immigration papers.
A cockroach infestation has seen one chicken shop owner pay out thousands in court fines.
Reading fans have the chance to pick up some free local history books tonight in celebration of World Book Night.
The capital’s first anaerobic digestion waste recycling plant was opened in Dagenham this morning by Business Secretary Vince Cable.
Members of a community club who dressed up as pirates and monsters from the Doctor Who series raised £600 for a children’s hospice.
Students were on the receiving end of a hard-hitting presentation about road safety.
My GP colleagues and staff at Barking and Dagenham clinical commissioning group (CCG) hit a major milestone this year as the organisation reached its first birthday as an official body.
Companies have just two weeks to submit an entry into this year’s Barking and Dagenham Business Awards and get the chance to meet BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing favourite Anton du Beke.
Neighbours horrified by an extension to a nearby school, have persuaded the council to take steps to reduce the unsightliness.
The family of a woman who was left unable to move or eat after a driver knocked her down on a zebra crossing have appealed for help finding the culprit.
A 53-year-old woman was rushed to hospital last Saturday after falling up to 10 feet on to rocks while flying a kite at the beach.
Over the last few decades Barking and Dagenham has seen its population change and grow drastically.
Not everyone who took part in the First World War was involved in fighting. In this week’s feature to mark its centenary, Sophie Morton meets the son of a one of the war’s lesser-known heroes – a pierrot who entertained the troops
With a school places crisis gripping the borough, the Post went down to a children’s centre to find out what issues were highest on parents’ agendas in the run-up to the local elections.
Young business minds are given opportunities to bloom at Barking & Dagenham College.
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