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After the excitement of the inaugural Athletics World Cup at London Stadium, fans can expect more drama at the Muller Anniversary Games this weekend.

Leyton Orient spent most of last week in Albufeira before returning to England to defeat East Thurrock United in a friendly

Schoolchildren have turned to ‘piracy’ in Bethnal Green helping to create a swashbuckling show about fictional pirates.

A double world record holding environmental activist is appealing for volunteers to help get rid of plastic waste.

Tower Hamlets is one of the worst boroughs in London for wasting water, according to a new report on the affordability of fresh drinking water across the capital.

A campaign to stub out the trade in illicit tobacco has been ignited by Tower Hamlets Council with a roadshow touring the East End.

A charity is seeking to re-open the historic Whitechapel Bell Foundry after it was closed down and bought by developers last year.

So, England finished fourth at the World Cup finals in Russia.

The contributions Jewish members of the Royal Air Force made over the course of its 100 year history have not always been recognised.

With an early summer following the July heatwave here are some of the activities families can enjoy over the next few weeks.

A dreary, clinical area at the new Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel has now been turned into the first A&E room in Britain with artwork created for people with mental health conditions.

Head coach Maikel De Quadros praised his squad for sitting in first place at the halfway point of the season

The Tottenham Hotspur and England striker reflected on the 2-1 loss to Croatia and how the emotions of the squad

Justin Edinburgh’s team will take on the Portuguese giants B team in Albufeira on Saturday evening

A victim of the Libya-IRA Canary Wharf bombing has died in a nursing home in Stepney after living 22 years with his injuries.

England will wear an all-white kit this evening while Croatia will be in black and it could be a good omen for Tottenham’s Dele Alli

Essex Eagles are set for back-to-back matches this week when the Vitality Blast campaign continues.

The capital’s RAF Museum has welcomed visitors to new galleries for the first time following a £26million makeover.

A call to the government and Network Rail has been made by the mayor of Tower Hamlets to halt “damaging rent increases” on small businesses under railway arches.

In one of our final blogs of this year’s World Cup, Lane Dias reviews semi-final one

Barts Health Trust is one of the top 50 employers in the UK for boosting equality.

Hammers give former Arsenal man a three-year deal

Team Bangladesh overcome the odds to create history and become the first ever winners of the inner city seven a side World Cup organised by the Inner London Football League.

The 22-year-old thanked the supporters for backing the national team and praised the performance of Gareth Southgate’s side

Lakeside Hammers promoter Jon Cook is looking forward to getting his side back on home shale when reigning Champions Sheffield come to town on Friday (8pm).

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