Barts Health NHS Trust will oversee the new NHS Nightingale Hospital London alongside its existing group of hospitals.
Volunteer groups have come together to support the most vulnerable people in the community during the coronavirus crisis.
Four Tower Hamlets schoolgirls had the privilege of meeting the Countess of Wessex at an “inspiring” women’s networking event.
Express individuality and explore identity at a family festival at the Museum of London Docklands.
Up to £2.4million in unpaid council tax could be recovered as Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) trials new powers in Tower Hamlets.
Hundreds of staff have been sent home from a Canary Wharf office amid coronavirus fears.
An amateur jockey from Shoreditch is preparing for the ride of his life for charity.
Tower Hamlets Council is helping The Met to recruit the next generation of police officers.
Victims of the IRA Docklands bombing are lobbying the government to negotiate with Libya to secure compensation for Gaddafi-supplied Semtex attacks.
Essex Police are appealing for help to find a Poplar man after a woman in her 70s was conned out of cash.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day in unique style with a night of games, comedy, music, spoken word, dance performances and plenty of audience participation in Shoreditch.
Six men from Tower Hamlets were arrested as part of an investigation into the theft of more than £200,000 from victims across Kent.
London’s first “recycled road” has been laid in Bethnal Green.
The Met is appealing for witnesses and footage after homophobic abuse was heard at West Ham’s match against Brighton.
A community exhibition showcasing the unique artwork of isolated and disadvantaged people, including adults experiencing mental health issues, opens this week.
Activities will be held across Tower Hamlets to welcome in the Chinese New Year.
A homeless charity in Whitechapel will receive a funding boost and some extra helping hands from a law firm this year.
A social housing estate in Whitechapel will get new fire doors as part of a £9million project to make people safer.
Police and the fire brigade are investigating the cause of a fire at a Bethnal Green shop which damaged a bedsit above it.
A new community hub, with a focus on the borough’s Somali people, has been opened in Bethnal Green.
People were urged to challenge prejudice and the language of hate as the community came together for Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations.
British Transport Police (BTP) have released CCTV images after a teenage boy was robbed by two men in Bow.
A Stepney healthcare leader has praised the admin “superheroes” who keep the NHS running after winning a national award.
A school on the Isle of Dogs has installed a new running track in their playground after receiving council funding.
Building has begun on a £151million development at Westferry which includes London’s tallest Premier Inn hotel and 66 new homes.
A fifth man has been charged by detectives investigating the murder of Iron Miah in Whitechapel last year.
If your child is due to start primary school in September this year, you have until Wednesday to apply for a place.
A teenager will face court today after being charged in connection with a stabbing in Poplar.
Medical professionals in Barking and Dagenham and Tower Hamlets will receive extra training to recognise signs of domestic violence and offer victims support sooner.
A new project is helping black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee women in Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham build financial literacy and resilience.
Festival organisers AEG Presents will once again be providing a variety of exciting opportunities for young people at this year’s event
Looking to rent in London? Securing the keys to a new home in any big city can be an ordeal but there is a way to avoid the common pitfalls of London rentals - dodgy landlords, dubious décor and downright dicey security.
Cauldron Foods’ comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths.
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