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As families gather around their sofas to watch this year’s Children in Need, a hospice wishes to say thank you to the charity for all of its support over the years.

An average fan would spend £727 supporting Dagenham & Redbridge this season, according to the latest BBC Price of Football survey.

An average fan would spend £854.20 supporting West Ham United this season, according to the latest BBC Price of Football survey.

Barking MP Margaret Hodge, once dubbed a “tax rockstar” by a leading economist, has criticised efforts to stamp out tax evasion in light of the ‘Paradise Papers.’

A lively People’s Question Time took place in Dagenham last night, giving hundreds of voters a chance to quiz mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Greater London Assembly members.

More than 7,300 households have been caught without a TV licence across east London in the past 12 months, according to latest figures.

The number of stop and searches in Barking and Dagenham is decreasing at a time when it is being lauded as an effective crime prevention tactic by top officials, Met figures reveal.

Stars from EastEnders have pledged their support for a two-year-old girl with a rare childhood cancer.

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.

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 British Formula 1 Grand Prix preview.

Northbury Primary School’s music teacher Danielle Wakefield, 30, tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates how she and her pupils are hoping raise hundreds for WellChild to help ill children

The relationship between landlords and their tenants is being explored as part of a new BBC show.

With Prime Minister Theresa May announcing the Conservatives will form a minority government with support from the DUP, just who are the little-known party who could have a huge influence on politics in the next five years?

With no party winning an overall majority during this election, we now have what is called a hung parliament. But what exactly does that mean?

“We had what I would call a ‘council estate of mind’. Our benchmark for success was how impressive the local drug dealer’s car was, or which of the native gang members had the most respect.”

“Brexiteer” Boris Johnson visited the first London borough to declare a Brexit vote in a bid to snatch it from Labour this general election.

A campaigner is taking a landmark legal case against the government over the contaminated blood disaster - providing new hope that victims of the health scandal will finally receive justice.

The families of gay men murdered by serial killer Stephen Port are suing police for more than £200,000 as they accuse the Met of homophobia.

Cards manager was in charge of Daggers for five years earlier in career

The 25-year-old has been talismanic for Daggers this term and should be rewarded on Saturday

Lincoln City boss played for several non-league clubs in Essex before making a name for himself as a manager

Various old and new faces turned out to celebrate 10th birthday of Barking and Dagenham club

Twigg, Webb and McCallin prove engaging guests

Now that Article 50’s been triggered, we want to know if readers still back Brexit.

The head of Sharia Watch UK pledged to put Islam and sharia councils at the top of Ukip’s agenda after speaking at the Eastbrook pub.

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