Transport for London has issued travel advice ahead of the London Marathon with four days of strikes set to hit the Docklands Light Railway.

A woman was told to speak English in England before being dragged around by her hair in a “vicious” assault on a tube train.

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local elections to protect the borough’s parks.

Boy, 15, stabbed in Poplar

Friday, April 6, 2018

A 15-year-old boy has been stabbed during a spate of attacks across the capital.

Workers on the Docklands Light Railway are due to go on a four day strike over the weekend of the London Marathon.

A 35-year-old man has been stabbed in the back in Limehouse.

Public bodies, charities and businesses across the borough have reported differences in men and women’s pay for the first time.

A charity helping refugees make friends with British citizens to help them overcome loneliness has launched an urgent appeal for volunteers.

A coroner is at the High Court facing a legal challenge against her decision to adopt a “cab rank” queuing system for burials.

Boxing legend Frank Bruno received a warm welcome when he paid a visit to a kebab shop in Stepney Green.

Detectives have been given more time to question three teenagers arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences.

Almost 900 teachers in Tower Hamlets would lose their jobs if changes to the way schools are funded go ahead, it has been claimed today.

Tower Hamlets Council has the second highest increase in the number of employees earning over £100,000, according to a report out today.

A man who was stabbed to death inside an off-licence in Custom House has been named locally as Ahmed Jah.

A landlord who broke the law by turning a building into seven flats without planning permission could be forced to repay the money he made renting them out.

Tower Hamlets has the lowest uptake rate for bowel cancer screening tests in England, a study published today shows.

Police have arrested 10 people during a series of dawn raids targeting suspected drug dealers across Tower Hamlets and Hackney this morning.

A ukulele orchestra is calling on all uke players to join them in a Red Nose Day flashmob outside London Liverpool Street station.

The police watchdog has been asked to begin an investigation into electoral fraud during the 2014 mayor race in Tower Hamlets.

An independent candidate for mayor and Tower Hamlets councillor has urged the government to reconsider its plans to change school funding.

A reporter will be going the extra mile to raise money for a cancer charity supporting her cousin - dressed as a zebra.

Every school in Tower Hamlets would lose money if national plans meant to make funding fairer are approved, a report out today has shown.

After repeatedly targeting shops for almost a year, including Betfred in Mile End Road, Islam Uddin, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to seven counts of robbery, two counts of attempted robbery and nine counts of possession of a firearm with intent to commit an offence.

A hard hitting film aimed at stamping out sexual harassment on public transport has been released today after figures show reports have doubled in a year.

Independent candidate for mayor and Tower Hamlets councillor Ohid Ahmed shares his views following yesterday’s spring budget announcement by chancellor Philip Hammond.

The government confirmed today that the TV licence fee will rise to £147 following a six year freeze.

Tube bosses have warned commuters of possible disruption if a planned strike goes ahead next week publishing an underground map showing affected routes and stations.

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