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A 22-year-old man will appear in court today accused of murdering a man at a house party in Mile End.

An “opportunistic” laptop thief who committed a string of burglaries in Whitechapel has been jailed.

Two men have been jailed for killing a 60-year-old man in his Bow Common home after he refused to help them rob a drug dealer.

Tower Hamlets received the most reports of rodents than any other London borough in the last five years, figures reveal.

Officers investigating the murder of 18-year-old Kacem Mokrane have arrested three men in east London.

A man who took part in a string of knifepoint robberies and assaults around Limehouse and Mile End has been jailed for six years.

Residents in a tower block in Bow were left without an emergency exit for at least three days, a councillor has claimed.

Volunteers in Tower Hamlets are needed for a nationwide food collection to help people in need this Christmas.

Offshore companies have snapped up at least £1billion worth of property in east London.

Seafarers past and present stood silent in east London this morning to honour the country’s war dead.

Police are appealing for information after firefighters were attacked with fireworks as they attended an emergency call on Bonfire Night.

Tower Hamlets looks after just one per cent of unaccompanied child asylum seekers in London, figures show.

A Whitechapel boxing club is joining the fight for better men’s health.

An 11-year-old autistic boy has been found after a missing person appeal by the Metropolitan Police.

Tower Hamlets recorded the second largest number of homicides in London last year, new figures reveal.

A Stepney man who imprisoned an escort in a flat, raped her four times and leapt from a seventh storey window to evade arrest has been jailed for 12 years.

A phone box-sized space in Tower Hamlets costs more than £8,500, new figures reveal.

An artist’s decade-long look at masculinity and homophobia is ending with a spectacular funeral at Toynbee Studios.

More than 2,000 disabled people in east London were wrongly stripped of their benefits, this newspaper can reveal.

A 17-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of sharing terrorist material has been released on bail.

Tower Hill tube station was evacuated today after a “small explosion” on a train.

A teenage boy was arrested at an unnamed address in east London this morning on suspicion of a terrorism offence.

Making a killing at the DSEI arms fair

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

“Another day, another dollar,” says a man in a blue and grey jacket as we arrive at the world’s biggest arms fair.

The arms fair at ExCeL helps spread human rights to repressive regimes, a government minister said today.

An artwork by graffiti artist Banksy taking shot at the world’s biggest arms fair sold today for £205,000.

Bow rapist jailed for 14 years

Thursday, September 14, 2017

A man who raped a woman in a car on her way back from a night out has been jailed for 14 years.

The Labour Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Briggs, has called for urgent changes to the law to tackle further acid attacks.

Dwarfed by skyscrapers in the City of London, a small wooden hut is celebrating Poplar’s past.

The new £10 note featuring novelist Jane Austen goes into circulation today.

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