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A man from Barking has denied killing a Rainham postal worker by dangerous driving.

Former magistrate Sue Hamilton explores crime and punishment as part of a heritage project uncovering Barking town centre’s past.

Rubbish dumps are set to reopen next week after more than a month of closures because of the coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus warning messages are being broadcast from cars in the streets of Barking and Dagenham to get people to respect the lockdown.

The family of a doctor who died after contracting the coronavirus has described a one minute’s silence held to honour fallen NHS heroes as a “humbling tribute”.

A riverside cafe and bar in Barking has been recognised for its work in creating a positive community impact.

A Dagenham man allegedly recruited and directed two teenage boys to carry out a murder in a revenge hit after he was stabbed himself as part of a feud, a court has heard.

Barking and Dagenham Council is developing a suicide prevention culture following the death of a young woman.

The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise visit to a Dagenham school to deliver an International Women’s Day message to men to “value the women in your lives”.

A teenager was “senselessly” stabbed to death by three members of a county lines drugs gang who were attempting to rob a rival gang, a court has heard.

Council leader Cllr Darren Rodwell has visited a Dagenham technical college to see the progress being made.

Barking and Dagenham Council has been accredited by a national charity for the way it helps employees who experience domestic abuse.

An Olympic volleyball player has visited Rush Green Primary School after their win at a borough-wide competition.

Councillors and pupils stood together in Barking Town Square to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

After the festive period, gift giving and indulgence follows the contrastingly bleak month of January and a period of self-deprivation: alcohol free, less calories and reduced spending... It is time to look back to thriftiness in Barking’s past - shopping here 100 years ago involved pawnbrokers and penny stores.

A “shy” student has scooped a leading role at his college.

A new law to tackle terrorist propaganda could be introduced in the wake of the 2017 London Bridge terror attack.

A robber from Orpington has been jailed for at least 30 years for stabbing a young Dagenham man to death after he was lured into a “honey trap” on Snapchat.

A convicted terrorist from Chadwell Heath who took a selfie on a secret phone has been sent back to jail.

The fondest of memories have remained with me of the many times our family spent together at Christmas, with my grandmother and grandfather Wilson, our many aunts and uncles and cousins.

Students from Barking and Dagenham College’s Technical Skills Academy have raised £450 for victims of the earthquake in Albania that killed 51 people.

The ex-wife of former Liberian president Charles Taylor will walk free from custody after a senior judge dismissed torture charges against her.

A robber from Orpington has been found guilty of murdering a Dagenham man after he was lured into an ambush by a teenage girl.

Wreaths were laid in Barking to mark 101 years since the end of the First World War.

Pupils and veterans united at the Dagenham Village war memorial to remember those who died in service.

A 17-year-old boy has been named in court by one of his co-defendents as Jodie Chesney’s killer.

A Dagenham primary school has been recognised for its work in promoting mental health and wellbeing.

Two thugs from Dagenham and Collier Row are among 14 people to be sentenced for their part in “terrifying disorder” that broke out at a pro-Tommy Robinson demonstration.

Rush Green Primary School has achieved the School Games Gold Award following an overhaul of its PE curriculum.

Gurleen Marwaha, 26, is the assistant director of Explore Learning, Barking, which aims to build children’s confidence in education. She tells the Post what she loves about the borough and what she’d like to see change.

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