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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.

This relentlessly fascinating account of the sordid schemes of Joseph Merceron, a 19th century magistrate of Bethnal Green, charts the rise, fall and return of a man who shamelessly stole from the East End’s poorest.

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 murder investigation has been started in east London after a double stabbing in which a man died after being discovered by police in a flat in Bow Common.

More “self help” health care at home and shorter stays in hospital are among new arrangements unveiled for NHS patients in London’s deprived East End.

Sporting Bengal 0 Takeley 2; Southend Manor 3 Tower Hamlets 2

A heritage talk is being given about a very independent woman who became the first female Mayor of Bethnal Green, in London’s East End.

Ilford manager Allan Fenn fully aware Mile End Stadium-based club can be “very good on their day”

Commuters heading into London will not be able to use the Central line before 7am on Wednesday if the planned Tube strike goes ahead.

The Mile End Stadium outfit lost an eight-goal thriller 5-3 on Saturday, but gave title hopefuls a scare

Drivers on the Night Tube will be balloted for strike action in a dispute over pay and career progression.

Controversial plans for a tower block to replace a popular nightclub in London’s East End have been booted out tonight.

Campaigners lobby a Tower Hamlets planning meeting tonight over a skyscraper proposed at Mile End which is being recommended for approval.

The woman cyclist crushed under the wheels of a coach in east London during the morning rush-hour in Whitechapel yesterday has died, police have confirmed today.

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.

Mixed fortunes for Mile End rivals

The east Londoners started campaign with five wins from opening 12 games in all competitions and are now eyeing a strong finish to the season

Hospitals across East London including the huge Royal London have been hit by a cyber attack with patients’ confidential records having to be taken offline.

1953: It rains all day on Coronation Day, June 2, but not enough to put the dampers on street parties in the East End. Our lookback at the news of the day to mark the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary last month reports the Queen’s motorcade the next day through the East End mobbed by cheering crowds...

At last it’s Peace. Victory in Europe with Hitler finally defeated and the East End can breathe safely after nearly six years of war. Our nightly revisit to the big stories of the Age marking the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary last month has now reached 1945, a brave new world with hope for our future...

The Second World War in Europe is drawing to a close—but the defiant Nazis have a last shot at London with their deadly V2 rocket. Our nightly series looking at the big stories of the day to mark the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary last month has arrived at 1945 and the tragedy of Hughes Mansions, the story that we couldn’t bring you at the time...

League seeking to fill spots for winter competition

A memorial has been unveiled to hundreds of orphans cared for by Thomas Barnardo’s charity who were buried in unmarked graves in London’s East End a century ago where the Victorian campaigner worked.

A memorial tribute to hundreds of orphans cared for by Thomas Barnardo’s charity who were buried in unmarked graves a century ago is being unveiled today in London’s East End where the Victorian campaigner worked.

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