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Tower Hamlets has the ninth highest rate of recorded homelessness in London, a housing charity revealed today.

A beauty salon owner has helped to fund children’s activities after saying youth schemes were scarce during her upbringing.

Disabled youngsters have demonstrated their sporting prowess at an activities day in the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.

A world premiere performance is set to open the Together! 2017 disability history month festival in Stratford tomorrow.

Transport for London (TfL) has admitted upgrades to its Jubilee line are on pause after a union said they were being scrapped.

Police have formally named a 21-year-old man who was stabbed to death outside a house party as Lamar Stewart.

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People living in Tower Hamlets have the second highest levels of problem debt in the country, a survey has revealed.

A man in his twenties was hospitalised after being stabbed outside Whitechapel Underground Station.

A medical student hopes to prove she has beauty and brains after reaching the finals of the 2017 Miss India UK pageant.

A man arrested following an ‘acid attack’ in Bethnal Green has been charged.

The number of takeaways in Tower Hamlets is significantly higher than the average local authority, a study has shown.

An man has today been arrested in east London on suspicion of dissemination of terrorist publications.

Police are appealing for information to find an 16-year-old girl who may be in Whitechapel or Shadwell.

A woman from Millwall has been charged with the murder of Italian man Pietro Sanna in Canning Town.

More than one third of London’s smokers have purchased illegal tobacco, some of which contained asbestos and human excrement, new research has revealed.

Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham (MiTHN) has teamed up with The Prince’s Trust to provide new mental health support for young people.

Millions of people living in London are experiencing mental health illness because of housing problems, research has revealed.

Thousands of boy racers caused “horrendous” traffic delays and excess noise at a controversial mass car rally on Sunday.

More than 96 per cent of children in Tower Hamlets due to start primary school in September have received a place at one of their top three choices.

Drivers expected to participate in a “dangerous” car rally through central London this weekend have been urged to stay away by police.

A 20-year-old man stabbed to death in Mile End has been named locally as Syed Jamanoor Islam.

Some police in Tower Hamlets will be deployed on “public order aid” duties today following the terrorist attack in Westminster.

A man who pretended to be the son of a African king in order to groom two teenage girls he later sexually assaulted has been jailed.

Night Tube drivers have voted to strike in a row over pay and working conditions less than a year after the service began.

Limehouse Link Tunnel has reopened after a large cement spillage led to an earlier closure.

The A12 Northbound at the junction of Wansbeck Road is closed near Stratford’s Olympic Park following an earlier car fire.

A student in his 20s has been stabbed outside a university campus.

Tributes have poured in for an actor and singer tipped for stardom who has died after being hit by a car.

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