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The police have released a CCTV image as they continue to search for a ‘vulnerable’ missing man.

Barking manager Justin Gardner says he expected Coggeshall Town to be more involved in the Bostik North title race ahead of their clash this weekend.

London Fire Brigade spent more than £300,000 on Barking Fire Station, including £90,000 on the showers, as part of £11.8m in repairs and upgrades to its estate over four years.

May & Baker will look to continue piling the pressure on the Thurlow Nunn Division One South front-runners this weekend.

As the majority of us are sitting down to roast turkey with all the trimmings on December 25, it’s important to remember the selfless few giving up their day to provide for others. We spoke to just a few of them.

Youngsters were presented with awards at the Christmas party for Dagenham autism charity, Sycamore Trust UK.

Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...

Longer weekday late evening trains are being put on the Fenchurch Street network through east London and Essex to help Christmas shoppers and partygoers get back home.

Q&A: My Barking - author Wumi Oyewole

Friday, November 23, 2018

Wumi Oyewole recently chaired a panel on the significance of appearance in the workplace for women of colour, and her new book, Woman: A Radiant Masterpiece, addresses the relationship between religion and the beauty industry.

Lakeside Hammers owner Stuart Douglas has decided to step down but insists he will continue fighting for a new home for the club.

Everest Estates stress-free service guarantees a fixed income for your East London or Essex property every month, even if no one is currently living there. Here they talk about the scheme and explain how it can help you dodge common letting headaches.

The inheritor of a global glove legacy is on the hunt for factory workers from Dagenham.

A prominent flytipper who operated in Newham, Barking and Rainham has been given extra time in prison.

While the senior Essex team have endured a summer of recurring travails, most notably in a parlous Vitality Blast campaign, the fortunes of the second eleven have been in stark contrast: they stand on the threshold of the County Championship-T20 double.

Dagenham & Redbridge striker Michael Cheek has joined National League rivals Ebbsfleet United for an undisclosed fee.

Warren School pupil Maliha Baig took top honours at the Jack Petchey London & Essex finals at Brunel University on Saturday.

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

Q&A: Joelle David

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Joelle David founded production company Bluebird Pictures, whose upcoming film festival in Barking celebrates the borough’s culture and diversity.

Ahead of National Volunteers’ Week, a hospice has thanked two Dagenham volunteers and the hundreds like them who support patients and families affected by life-limiting illnesses.

A brand new book ‘Essex County Cricket Club Memories’ has been released to bring back the greatest memories of the county side after they were crowned champions of the County Championship last season.

If you’ve passed through Barking station lately, you’ll almost certainly have noticed the blocks of flats going up alongside it.

A member of staff at Barking and Dagenham College received a Jack Petchey Award for her work providing extra-curricular activities for students.

As a wave of knife crime breaks across the streets of the capital, a Post reporter joined police officers for an in-depth look at what exactly the authorities are trying to do about it.

Romford Town Swimming Club’s David Ebanks is competing at his second Commonwealth Games – for the Cayman Islands.

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