Young people who experience hate crime now have a new way to get help.
The headteacher at Robert Clack secondary has said he is delighted with the hard work of everyone at the school as pupils' GCSE results are revealed.
Staff are "delighted" at Jo Richardson Community School after GCSE results were released August 22.
More students than ever have achieved top grades in this year's GCSE results at Sydney Russell secondary, according to principal Janis Davies.
The executive headteacher of Eastbury Community School has said he is "extremely pleased" at the success of his pupils in the new-look GCSE exams.
Barking Abbey School has seen an increase in the number of pupils passing their maths GCSEs.
A Dagenham-based charity working across east London has been awarded close to £300,000 to help young people most at risk from poor mental health.
Social tenants at Samuel Garside House who were forced out by fire have been told to return to their homes - despite some residents' safety fears after money paying for alternative housing was stopped.
A woman from Dagenham says she is disgusted that a memorial bench remembering her father has apparently been stolen.
The cream of Europe's pitch and putt players descended on Dagenham at the weekend for a tournament which is only played every four years.
Barking Splash Park is adding another string to its bow as it plays host to a series of outdoor cinema screenings.
The PDSA shop in Barking needs more donations so the charity can keep helping sick and injured pets in the area.
A charity has raised more than £10,000 to fight a greener battle against period poverty.
Barking and Dagenham council has applauded schools for their A-level successes.
A rubbish neighbour has left a Dagenham family suffering because of their waste.
Police have found 90 cannabis plants at an address in Dagenham after being tipped-off by the power company EDF.
The council has collected almost 3,000 tonnes of green waste since the new bins were introduced two years ago, it's said.
Teachers and students are celebrating a 100 per cent pass rate on A-level results day at Jo Richardson Community School.
A teenager who runs his own clothing line is heading to university after achieving top grades in his exams.
Robert Clack headteacher Russell Taylor has said he is "absolutely thrilled" with the school's A-level results.
A celebration of African culture came to Barking town centre to brighten up a rainy day.
City Hall's environment committee has called on airspace decision-makers to prioritise the health and wellbeing of Londoners over the commercial interests of City Airport.
A serving police officer based in Chadwell Heath has been charged with common assault.
A faulty gate that has allegedly left vulnerable residents exposed to dogging and public defecation is still broken, according to the people who live there.
An autistic Dagenham man has won back the car he depends on.
A project promoting the borough's writing talent is printing the second issue of its magazine.
Three new apprentices have joined a Dagenham vehicle workshop to start their careers in car repairs.
A track fault has lead to widespread cancellations and delays across the c2c train network.
Contractors at the Ford Dagenham engine plant have won a three per cent pay rise.
The council is telling all private landlords in the borough to apply for a new licence as it cracks down on rogue letters.
To celebrate the launch of Connected Communities, Crowdfunder has teamed up with Trust For London to award £5,000 to five projects making a difference in Barking & Dagenham.
It's the debate fans across the UK are discussing - so where better to find out more about the iconic burger than behind the scenes in a local McDonald's restaurant?
The Exchange in Ilford has added a state-of-the-art, Savannah-themed play area, with hand painted animal sculptures, to its brand new family zone, designed by American creative agency Playtime
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