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The Bostik North club, fresh from agreeing a player development partnership deal with Arsenal in October, have confirmed another big link

Detectives investigating the suspected murder of Sandel Serbu in Ilford have released images of two men they wish to trace.

Barking and Dagenham’s hospital trust has been placed in financial special measures after an NHS investigation discovered “a rapid and significant deterioration” in its finances.

To mark Safer Internet Day this week we did a live question and answer session with child safety expert Abbie Gillgan from the NSPCC and O2 guru Tapiwa Takawira, to discuss protecting children online.

Jon Gilersleeve, a council employee, has been given the Freedom of the Borough in recognition for his work promoting sport and volunteering in the borough.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Post readers this week.

A former-gang member who was stabbed as a teenager and went on to transform his life explains why knife crime is on the rise in Barking and Dagenham and across London.

A Barking campaigner is launching a series of events aimed at empowering women to start their own businesses and land top jobs.

As women march the streets of London for gender equality and the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage gets ever closer, the East End Women’s Museum, which aims to “balance the history books”, starts to take shape in.

Hayley Anderson finds out more.

This week marked another key milestone for the development of London’s very first Youth Zone here in Barking and Dagenham.

Detectives have released a picture today of a man they want to trace after a teenager was sexually assaulted while asleep in her hotel room in Barking.

A top Scotland Yard detective has said use of stop and search in Barking and Dagenham and across London is a vital tactic to reduce youth stabbings, but warned: “We cannot arrest and enforce our way out of this situation.”

A new “hackathon” is offering funds for a bright idea to tackle issues around gender inequality.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Post readers this week.

A clinical performance from Kim Coster’s Essex side saw history made as they sealed a 7-0 win over Hertfordshire at the County Ground in Letchworth.

There was no evidence to suggest that a three-month-old baby whose death was staged on a bus in Stratford “would experience serious physical harm” despite a series of warning signs, a serious case review has found.

A four-year-old girl who was found in Spain after going missing with her mum has returned to England.

Two fraudsters claiming to be builders tried to swindle a Dagenham woman out of money for roofing “repairs”.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Post readers this week.

A four-year-old girl from Barking who went missing with her mum during the summer has been found in Spain.

An author given a boost by Barking and Dagenham Council’s Pen to Print scheme has released her debut novel.

Outer London boroughs, which includes Barking and Dagenham, will suffer the greatest productivity loss in the capital after Brexit, according to a report commissioned by the Greater London Authority.

There were 264 acid attacks carried out across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge in the last three years, new figures have shown.

Protestors are making a last ditch attempt to save Dagenham Job Centre next week.

Patients could be affected by delays of non-urgent procedures at King George Hospital, Goodmayes and Queen’s Hospital, Rom Valley Way, until January 31, due to winter pressures.

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