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The family of Eric Meighan, a cancer sufferer from Mile End who died on March 1, have made a tribute video in his memory.

A statue displaying the names of some of east London’s lesser known women’s rights campaigners was unveiled in Parliament Square this morning.

A singer from Bow who’s worked with Gary Barlow and Disney is releasing her debut single.

High achievers from London and Essex were rewarded for their hard work with a lesson in rowing on the Royal Docks yesterday.

Met Police have issued advice for spectators ahead of the London Marathon on Sunday.

A group of voluntary cadets from Tower Hamlets won a police award this week for their work on promoting online safety.

A one-day music festival will be touring six of London’s east end boroughs on Saturday.

There will be a reduced service on the District Line on Friday due to strikes at the Acton Town depot.

The mayor of London is hosting a cross-party summit today to discuss rising violent crime in the capital.

Volunteering organisations in Tower Hamlets are being strengthened thanks to a funding boost from the council.

A Poplar football team won a charity match hosted at St George’s Park last week.

A man has been charged with stabbing a female JobCentre worker from Docklands.

More than 200 people linked arms in a human chain in Whitechapel last night in a show of solidarity against racism.

A cancer sufferer from Mile End who married his partner of 16 years in hospital after finding out he had weeks to live has died.

Drivers on the district line have added another day to their strike action.

London City Airport is running as normal despite DLR strikes, Transport for London have announced.

The Met Police have launched a ‘Be Safe’ campaign to crack down on rising moped thefts across the city.

People are being educated on how to detect and prevent hate crime in training sessions run by Tower Hamlets Council.

Despite strike action on the Docklands Light Railway, servies are still running between London City Airport and Canning Town and Beckton and Poplar.

Police have been given additional powers to fight anti-social behaviour in Ropemakers Field in Limehouse.

The mayor of Tower Hamlets joined police and rapid response officers on a weapons sweep in Bromley-by-Bow on Friday.

Scouts from the Isle of Dogs spent Thursday walking Stratford’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to raise awareness of World Water Day for WaterAid.

Nearly 1,000 children took to the running track at Mile End Stadium yesterday.

Tube drivers have u-turned on their strike plans yet again and will now be walking out for 24 hours on Wednesday, April 11.

Train drivers’ union ASLEF has cancelled a planned strike for next Wednesday.

A volunteering group in Bow Road which tackles food poverty, food waste and isolation, is looking for helpers.

A giant big red bus has been driving round London, and no, we’re not having another referendum.

London’s Air Ambulance treated 82 patients in Tower Hamlets last year, making it the sixth busiest borough for call-outs.

Sailors are paying homage to an old tradition with hot cross buns at the Widow’s Son pub in Bow.

An exhibition displaying artwork which will go on the Elizabeth Line is opening at the Whitechapel Gallery today (Tuesday).

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