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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.

Dagenham police station is set to be saved - but it could be at the expense of a front counter in Barking.

A police constable has been charged with six counts of rape and one count of indecent assault.

Contaminated blood victims have today won the right to sue the government in the High Court in a new legal case over the health disaster.

A police officer serving the borough is to be sentenced for downloading indecent images of children and extreme animal porn.

Pupils claim Quad Kids athletics crown

The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) has been working with pupils with learning difficulties to help people of all backgrounds benefit from music.

A 19-year-old male has been arrested after police found a knife with a serrated edge during a routine patrol.

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

An ex-soldier has spoken about the terrifying moment a gang slashed him with a knife at they tried to steal his motorbike in Dagenham.

Two teenagers from Barking and Dagenham have been jailed for their part in a series of horrific attacks which saw taxi drivers threatened at knifepoint.

A former health secretary has presented evidence of “deliberate, provable acts of cover-up” in the contaminated blood scandal and demanded a Hillsborough-style inquiry into the tragedy.

Figures out today show children in Barking and Dagenham are the most likely in London to receive a preferred primary school place for September.

A biker today admitted to killing his 22-year-old friend through dangerous driving.

A 92-year-old war veteran will meet a world famous singer again 70 years after sharing the limelight with her on stage.

An out-of-hours GP service is helping 10,000 patients who would otherwise have ended up in A&E.

Youngster earns narrow win over fellow title-holder

A plumber was spared jail after sexually assaulting a woman twice in six months while working as a council plumber.

A rogue landlord who harassed a mum and her two young children was ordered to perform 175 hours of community service.

Members remember former treasurer

Youngsters have turned the festive season on its head by creating a “reverse advent” to help the homeless.

Dagenham 88s enjoy Christmas challenge

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Members take on Jingle Mile

A man who allegedly took a hammer and a knife into Jon Cruddas’ MP advice surgery will go on trial next month.

Dagenham’s CHKA end 2016 on high

Monday, December 5, 2016

Club pick up karate medals in Kent

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