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A fragment of east London’s controversial Robin Hood Gardens housing estate has been acquired as an example of “brutalist concrete architecture and social housing” by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The defender reflects on goalless draw at Victoria Road and what the FA Cup means to him and the squad

Former Dagenham & Redbridge defender Joe Widdowson is excited to return to Victoria Road in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

A staggering 110,000 new jobs have been created in east London with another 125,000 predicted in the next 12 years—five times larger than expected.

An artist’s decade-long look at masculinity and homophobia is ending with a spectacular funeral at Toynbee Studios.

Volunteers with the ‘bottle’ to help clean up the polluted Thames roll up their sleeves tomorrow at 20 hotspots along the foreshore including five in east London.

International hip-hop singer Cream turned up in east London last night to help raise cash for Macmillan Nurses charity at a packed Victoria pub at Mile End in memory of his best pal who died from cancer.

Old soldier Charles Pope who won the Victoria Cross for valour has finally been commemorated in the neighbourhood where he grew up — 100 years after his death.

A new memorial stone to remember a First World War hero born in Whitechapel who was awarded the Victoria Cross posthumously is being unveiled by the Mayor of Tower Hamlets today.

The London Marathon is coming up on Sunday April 23, and as it’s one of the largest mass participation events in the world, there’s going to be a fair bit of travel disruption - but don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the road closures.

Archant’s Dave Evans, George Sessions and Ned Keating discuss the latest topics affecting our clubs

A policeman and two members of the public are among four people killed in a major terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.

Drivers on London’s Night Tube are staging strikes on two Saturdays next month after voting in favour of action in a dispute over jobs.

Ageing tube trains are causing “inadequate service” for thousands of commuters on the Central Line which is not running at full capacity, the London Assembly has been told.

Tens of thousands of commuters have been hit this-morning by a strike on the London Underground causing widespread travel disruption.

We’ve reached the end of the line with our nightly series on the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary by looking at the fall from grace of an elected mayor and the start of London’s ‘super tube’ giving hope for the East End’s future. It’s how we’ll be shaping up for the next 150 years reporting the news...

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