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Luther Edwards, who was fatally stabbed and beaten outside a boxing event in Bethnal Green, asked a close friend to look out for him not long before he died, a court heard.

The City of London Corporation has launched a new campaign to help fund community groups in Aldgate.

The knife that was allegedly passed between defendants in the Luther Edwards murder trial could in fact have been a box of cigarettes, a court heard.

The director of a charity that offers advice on terrorism laws has failed in his bid to challenge his own conviction under the Terrorism Act.

A father-of-two was stabbed to death in Bethnal Green during a brutal attack by a gang of men including his girlfriend’s ex-lover, a court heard.

The headline acts for the biggest Bengali event outside of south Asia have been announced.

Voters are set to go to the polls for the local elections this Thursday, May 3.

The Jubilee line has been suspended along the entire route due to a power failure.

Voters in Tower Hamlets must be vigilant and report anything they suspect as being electoral fraud, according to Crimestoppers and the Electoral Commission.

A student at Queen Mary University in Mile End has been stabbed to death in Forest Gate.

A developer has said it was “shocked” by footage that emerged last week appearing to show a large chunk of concrete hurtling towards an onlooking construction worker during the demolition of a Poplar tower block.

A band’s first ever European tour has come abruptly to an end after £10,000 worth of instruments and equipment were stolen from a van parked overnight in Mile End.

James Murphy, the Grammy award winning man behind LCD Soundsystem, will now be performing on every day of the All Points East Festival, in addition to the band’s headline show.

A company has raised nearly £10,000 for the family of Michaela Boor, 29, who tragically died after being hit by bricks dropped from a crane in Mile End.

Two landlords and a company director who housed tenants in an unsafe flat on an illegal tenancy have been ordered to pay more than £13,300.

The woman who was struck by falling bricks as she passed a construction site in Mile End has died.

Police are looking for missing man Nicky Brown, who is also known as Ptohopoullous.

A woman is fighting for her life after a pallet of bricks fell on her from a crane suspended at a height of six storeys in Mile End.

Tower Hamlets Council scooped two awards at a national awards ceremony for local government.

Work has begun on a new BMX track in Poplar.

Tower Hamlets is to take part in a new initiative which will allow sites earmarked for large-scale development to put up temporary modular housing to make use of the land while plans are being developed.

A cycling pressure group have released a manifesto for cycling ahead of the May elections which contains pledges they are asking all Tower Hamlets mayoral candidates to agree to.

The progress of a bid to make Fish Island and Hackney Wick a protected area for artists and creative businesses has been welcomed by the mayors of Tower Hamlets and Hackney.

A fare evader who hurled the “worst racial abuse” a worker at Liverpool Street station has ever heard has been given a suspended jail sentence.

All Points East has announced its In The Neighbourhood weekday programme of free community events in Victoria Park in May.

All customer service and travel information on the line will be integrated with TfL’s other services, with daily fare capping for Oyster and contactless applying.

A Bethnal Green fraudster has today been handed a two-year suspended prison sentence for hacking into online bank accounts.

Please contact schools individually to find out if they are open, but the following Tower Hamlets schools have been confirmed as closed:

The family of a man who died in a Mile End swimming pool have agreed for the CCTV footage of his death to be used in lifeguard training videos to help save lives in the future.

There will be a limited service on TfL Rail and London Overground services tonight and tomorrow.

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