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Cricklefield club have brought in Michael Sherwood from Isthmian North club and more may follow

One year on from the vote to leave the European Union, our Brexit-backing borough is being urged to make its voice heard in negotiations.

The decision to close Dagenham jobcentre has been branded a “disgrace” by the deputy council leader.

Barking teams celebrate triumphs

Monday, July 10, 2017

Barking’s second team got the better of Tennyson in their latest Essex County League Division One outing.

A points failure affecting c2c services between Fenchurch Street and Barking, including at West Ham, led to train delays for several hours this morning.

Draws revealed for early rounds of 2017-18 competitions

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

Warren School and William Bellamy compete at Copper Box

Proposals to close the Dagenham jobcentre will go ahead, the government has announced.

Commuters face delays and cancellations this evening on the Hammersmith and City line and the Overground.

Barking captain Ehsan Afzal is pleased with his side’s eight-wicket win over Essex County Premier Division side Ace this weekend.

Procedures including boob jobs and face lifts will no longer be funded by the NHS in the borough, as well as limited access to IVF treatment.

An actress and youth theatre director has won an award for her performance in a television commercial.

Counter terror police have arrested a 52-year-old man in Barking.

A 19-year-old man from Barking is the latest person to be arrested in connection with the London Bridge terrorist attack.

Local qualifier to take place at Gale Street on Saturday

There are still heavy traffic jams on the A406 in Barking after a large oil spill in Redbridge caused major delays this morning.

Shawn shines in Scintilla win

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

All-rounder leads way with bat and ball

The twelve people arrested in Sunday’s terror raids, including those from the Elizabeth Fry flats in King’s Road, have all been released without charge.

Chairman Rob O’Brien hoping to continue relationship and host an event at Mayesbrook Park in the future

Trains are back to running a normal service after a signal failure caused severe delays.

Members complete marathon seasons

The borough’s first Muslim mayor will focus on “making people happy” in his year in office.

The families of serial killer Stephen Port’s victims are “frustrated” as the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) hasn’t interviewed any of the 17 officers under investigation for their handling of the case.

Protesters descended on Barking station this morning to demonstrate against train timetable changes.

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