Students have been told to take a stand against racism and Islamophobia at a vigil for the 50 people killed in the New Zealand terror attack.

Two people have been found dead on railway tracks between Hackney Wick and Stratford station.

Youngsters sharpened their public speaking skills in a competition which saw a speech about knife crime scoop top prize.

A mother whose baby died after medical failings has said it is vital no one else suffers what she has been through.

A new neighbourhood is a step closer to being built after planning chiefs gave a multi-million pound scheme the green light.

Members of an organised crime gang have been jailed for a total of 23 years after laundering £1.5million.

Police are appealing for help to find a missing 83-year-old woman.

A fire broke out on an air conditioning unit on top of a 33 storey tower block.

Detectives investigating an unprovoked attack on a married couple travelling on a bus have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to.

A panel of experts has met religious leaders in a drive to get more kidney donations from ethnic minorities.

The mayor has accused political opponents of “cynical scaremongering” after they condemned budget cuts to a community language service.

The details of a missing woman who went on to jump in front of a train went unchecked by police because they couldn’t access the information, an inquest heard.

A man has been jailed for causing the death of his girlfriend in a motorbike crash.

The victims of the IRA Docklands bombing have claimed some have taken their own lives as they desperately wait for government help.

A man charged with nine counts of grooming and engaging in sexual activity with four girls has appeared in court.

A pub landlady has claimed a ‘landmark’ victory to stop neighbours at a future development complaining about noise.

A councillor has called for more understanding of how terrorist groups groom young people after a pregnant teenager who joined IS in Syria now wants to return home.

A man alleged to have damaged an ambulance car by dancing on its roof in the wake of England’s World Cup victory has appeared in court.

The rejection of plans to redevelop an historic stable block has been ‘cautiously’ welcomed by heritage campaigners.

A damaged window at an office block has closed a main road junction near Canary Wharf.

A disabled woman told she was fit enough to work even though she struggled to walk has been awarded £23,000 a year following a U-turn.

Murder hunt detectives have today named a woman found strangled in her flat.

The council spent more than £1million repairing roads last year, figures have revealed.

There are delays on the c2c this morning because of speed restrictions.

The first black footballer for Chelsea who was targeted for abuse by the club’s fans has told schoolchildren in Bow to call racism out.

Tower Hamlets has £7.5million sitting in 68,000 closed council tax accounts.

An NHS hospital trust has been urged to take race discrimination more seriously as figures suggest ethnic minority staff face inceasing prejudice.

Firefighters have joined in a minute’s silence to remember fireman Stephen Maynard who died at a ship fire in Limehouse Basin 36 years ago.

The borough has seen ‘the worst fall’ in house sales in the capital, figures have shown.

Campaigners have smashed their £10,000 fundraising target to help Frank Wang get back in business.


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