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Four men arrested by counter terrorism officers will continue to be questioned after warrants of further detention have been extended until next week.

Patients at The Royal London and Mile End hospitals are facing cancelled appointments more than a week after their computer systems were hit by a cyber attack.

Patients are being warned that some planned appointments will be cancelled as The Royal London and Mile End hospitals aim to recover from Friday’s cyber attack.

A cat and six kittens have been abandoned in Victoria Park.

Services on the c2c network are disrupted this evening after a man was reportedly hit by a train.

Barts Health, which runs Mile End Hospital and The Royal London Hospital, has been hit by a ‘cyber attack’ reported to be affecting NHS services across the country.

The Tower Hamlets candidates for the general election 2017 have been announced.

A would-be terrorist who was stopped in Turkey on his way to Syria had previously threatened a shopkeeper for selling satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Do you recognise this man? Detectives investigating the death of a cyclist in Whitechapel believe he may be a key witness to what happened.

An elderly woman was spat at and her husband kicked in the face in an “utterly despicable” unprovoked attack on the Central line.

Police are appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted on the Tube as she was travelling with her six-year-old daughter.

A former police property officer has been handed a suspended sentence after admitting possessing indecent images of children.

A nurse has admitted mistakes were made after a teenage boy’s care plan was downgraded just months before he died after falling ill in detention.

The Tower of London’s lion pit was designed to keep wild animals in – but it also played a vital role in the arrest of an alleged coin thief.

A rapist who attacked a woman in Victoria Park, telling her she was lucky he hadn’t filmed it, just hours before he married his pregnant fiancée has been jailed for life.

London’s Air Ambulance treated 97 patients in Tower Hamlets last year, making it the third busiest borough in the capital.

Two people have been cut free from their cars in a seven-vehicle crash on the A13.

Commuters said goodbye to an Underground classic today on its final journey through London.

Parents are set to find out today which primary school their child will be attending in September.

A new primary school set to be built in the borough.

Tower Hamlets Council plans to invest millions of pounds into housing and education following a report which has highlighted the biggest issues in the borough.

Running through the heart of east London, the River Lea was once an important border and trading route.

A man accused of killing catering manager Zdenek Makar with a bicycle chain after a trivial argument in a chicken shop has been found not guilty of his murder.

Police are “very concerned” for the whereabouts of a missing 86-year-old man who has dementia.

A man who attempted to blame a young child for the death of a 13-week-old baby has been found guilty of the tot’s murder.

Comedy and charity are set to collide for Red Nose Day today.

Police investigating yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster have arrested a woman in east London.

Two people have died and others are seriously injured in a suspected terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.

If you’re planning to take your mum out for Mother’s Day, take the train – and take her for free.

A man accused of killing a catering manager with a bicycle chain after a trivial argument in a chicken shop said “Look what you made me do” as his victim lay dying in the street, a court has heard.

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