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The parties battling for votes ahead of local elections next week have clashed over their affordable housing plans.

The family of Eric Meighan, a cancer sufferer from Mile End who died on March 1, have made a tribute video in his memory.

Civil Servant Esmeralda Castrillo is running in the London Marathon for the first time raising funds for a charity for people with communication needs including the deaf and blind.

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local elections to protect the borough’s parks.

A sexual predator who targeted four women on the London Underground between Bethnal Green, Mile End and the City over two months has been given a suspended jail sentence.

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.

Children have taken matters into their hands launching a campaign in east London to tackle obesity with a crowdfunding project to build a ‘cave’ play facility at Mile End Park.

On-the-spot fines for alcohol drinking on the streets and rowdy yob behaviour in public are being introduced in London’s East End.

The council has been slammed after a wall with a plaque dedicated to one of the ‘greatest ever Brits’ was left covered with graffiti and rubbish dumped nearby..

The names of some of east London’s lesser-known campaigners in the suffrage movement have been included on a statue marking the centenary of the Representation of the People Act.

A new cycle routewill link Hackney to the Isle of Dogs, the mayor of London has announced.

Sporting Bengal ended up well beaten by the Airportmen at a heavy Hargrave Park.

Police have uncovered more hidden weapons during ‘sweeps’ in east London when they returned to search two housing estates in Bethnal Green and Mile End.

The trust which runs the Royal London and Mile End hospitals has said it will try to carry out as many planned appointments as possible despite facing winter pressures.

An athletics trainer awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Years’ Honours for services to community sport at Mile End stadium is calling for “badly needed investment” to get East End youngsters fit.

Council workers have ended the year with a massive clean-up in east London joining residents to spruce up neighbourhoods from Whitechapel to Poplar and Mile End.

Children enjoyed a not-so-traditional Aladdin panto with a modern twist at Mile End’s Southern Grove community centre in east London.

Tower Hamlets managed to steal the bragging rights against their local rivals Sporting Bengal United with a 1-0 victory this weekend.

A man who took part in a string of knifepoint robberies and assaults around Limehouse and Mile End has been jailed for six years.

An outdoor physical work-out facility has been built in east London with equipment made of steel melted-down from knives seized in police raids.

Children were among protesters lobbying MPs at Westminster to try and prevent cuts in education in deprived areas like east London.

The Boundary Commission has announced revised proposals for changes to constituency seats.

Controversial plans to build a tower block on the ‘Limehouse Triangle’ nature preserve next to the Regent’s Canal in east London have been rejected by Tower Hamlets councillors yet again.

Controversial plans to build a tower block in east London on the ‘Limehouse Triangle’ nature preserve next to the Regent’s Canal are back before Tower Hamlets Council tomorrow for a third time.

Mile End FC have been crowned the winners of the Newham Champions League after beating rivals Elite FC 2-1 in an entertaining final.

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