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Shopkeepers in Tower Hamlets are being urged to ban the sale of acid or corrosive household products over the counter to customers under 18 or without proper proof of identity.

A new way of testing the DNA of unborn babies has been started in east London to help pregnant women get the right hospital care and avoid unnecessary jabs for antibody treatment.

Self-defence classes for women are one of the events planned by Tower Hamlets Council to support ‘16 days of action against gender based violence’.

A dead mouse discovered by health inspectors at a catering business in Whitechapel landed the owner in court.

A murder investigation has been launched after a man who was badly injured in an attack in the Isle of Dogs died yesterday — five months later.

Barts Health NHS Trust has been upgraded by inspectors, two years after it was placed into special measures.

Four men have been charged with the murder of Luther Edwards at York Hall in 2016 and are due in court in east London today.

The new Universal Credit is pushing families in deprived areas of east London into greater poverty and increasing their reliance on food banks, the Mayor of Tower Hamlets is warning Theresa May’s government.

TV’s Binky Felstead met youngsters and their families at the Royal London Hospital’s children’s party to hand out ‘Rays of Sunshine’ teddy bears.

Up to 150 people have now been treated for serious injury at the Royal London Hospital’s new emergency burns unit, the first to be attached to a major London trauma centre.

Detectives investigating a murder in east London are this-morning trying to trace people at a Friday-night party in a house at Mile End—the fourth killing in just five months in the same neighbourhood.

Detectives are hunting a couple after man was attacked near Cambridge Heath station late at night who could end up partially blinded.

TV’s Helen Fospero and Tim Vincent took on the adrenaline-raising 300ft abseil from the helipad in Whitechapel for its annual fundraising event for the London Air Ambulance lifesaving charity.

Police recruits are being stepped up with local authority funding in the aftermath of acid attacks on the streets of east London.

An east London kidney service that has slashed hospital waiting times in Whitechapel for people with chronic disease has been awarded £75,000.

Images of a youth detectives are hunting in east London following an ammonia attack in the street in Bow have been released by Scotland Yard today in an appeal for witnesses.

A charity worker in east London faced his fear of heights and took a skydive from a plane 12,000ft up in the air.

A peace march and rally is being staged to mark a year since the murder of father-of-two Luther Edwards on the steps of east London’s York Hall whose killers are still at large.

Rap performer Professor Green puts on a one-off gig next month to raise funds for trauma research and care at the Royal London Hospital.

Local authorities are calling for urgent government action after a shock rise in child obesity with 600 youngsters being treated for Type 2 diabetes normally only seen in adults over 40.

Bus links to The Royal London Hospital are set to be improved under plans unveiled by the Mayor of London.

Barts Health NHS Trust has been praised for its efforts to recruit more people from working-class backgrounds.

Staff at Barts Health NHS Trust have begun to vote on whether to strike over pay and working conditions.

Non-medical staff employed by a private contractor at Barts Health NHS Trust say they are considering strike action in a dispute over pay and working conditions.

A family facing eviction today from emergency accommodation after having to quit their flat in Limehouse where 20-year-old Karolina Chwiluk was stabbed to death in front of them have been given extra time to stay.

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