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The Biking Riverside cycle hub was launched yesterday with a day of speed, spokes and smoothies.

Free lessons in online safety could be given to 1,200 children in Barking and Dagenham if a crowdfunding project led by Arc Theatre is successful.

Henry Green girls’ football team enjoy a successful season as they go unbeaten to land the treble.

A Dagenham man was among more than 40 injured in Saturday night’s terrorist attack in London

Matt Benjamin, 24, tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates how he helps put people in touch with their history as heritage engagement officer at St Margaret’s Church

An ecstatic couple have tied the knot at the college where they first met.

Bakers defeat Bourne

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Club warm up for Mike Parnell Cup with win over Lincolnshire outfit

A touring Bourne will take on the Dagenham-based club this weekend before all the attention turns to April 29

Eagles and Trojans squad produce fantastic performances during latest friendly tournament

Love was very much in the air when a hopeful romantic chose a flight over the Spanish coast to pop the question.

Bakers have lots of fun

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Dagenham-based club were able to put out two teams on Sunday with both enjoying the chance to play rival clubs

A woman whose gran died having never known her is appealing for help to trace her history and family.

A hair and makeup student has scored top marks for her incredible pop art-inspired make-up design.

A trainee hairdresser trimmed the council leader’s Movember beard.

A former senior police officer believes plans to merge the Barking and Dagenham force with those in two neighbouring boroughs is down to funding and “nothing to do with greater productivity”.

A driver who was arrested in connection with a fatal road crash has been bailed.

Hardy Amies created clothes for the Queen and the 1966 World Cup kit. But he came from humble beginnings, as Zoah Hedges-Stocks discovers ahead of an exhibition about his work.

Teen pop band Beaux Beatz took time away from competiting in Factor Essex to perform infront of thousands at Romford Market Christmas lights switch on.

The longest established The Who tribute act will be playing all the group’s hits on Saturday night.

A decorated firefighter has today retired after more than 40 years of service.

Super-welterweight due to meet classy American

The family of a killed lorry driver wiped away tears as his last sightings were played in court.

Barking and Dagenham Police is likely to merge with Redbridge and Havering’s forces, it can be revealed.

The former mayor raised almost £18,000 for his chosen charity during his tenure.

Anyone dressing up as a killer clown with the sole intention of scaring children in the lead-up to Halloween could be arrested, the borough’s head of policing has warned.

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