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Police are appealing for information leading to the whereabouts of a woman who ahs gone missing from her hostel in the borough.

The 'Spice Girls' will be coming to Stepney to party at the official Pride afterparty tomorrow evening.

Fancy a cup of coffee served by the best barista at a Waitrose branch in the UK?

A Met Police officer has been charged with assaulting a man during an arrest on the Isle of Dogs.

Three men have appeared in court accused of a violent attack in Bethnal Green that has left a delivery driver fighting for his life.

Three men have been charged following a violent attack in Bethnal Green that has left a delivery driver fighting for his life.

The finalists for the London Curry Awards have been revealed and a string of restaurants across east London and Kent are included.

A row of lock up garages in Wapping will be bulldozed to make way for 18 new council homes for families on the waiting list.

A coffee vendor who lost his business after his power supply was cut off has started trading again thanks to a fundraising campaign by the community.

Leftover food from Tesco branches in Bow and Barking are being used to feed needy refugees and migrants in Newham.

A dolls house featuring rooms made by Syrian refugees living in a camp in Jordan is on display in Bethnal Green.

A man from Penge has been charged with the fatal stabbing of a 34-year-old in Poplar.

Shocking CCTV footage showing a brave shop worker fighting off a robber armed with a large knife in a newsagent in Bow has been released today.

Calls have been made for a public inquiry into the death of an East End teacher who died at the hands of the police 40 years ago.

A woman has been injured after she was hit by a large branch that fell from a tree in Mile End Park.

Boxing legend Frank Bruno MBE visited Poplar today to throw his support behind a sports programme that helps unemployed young people get back on track.

Money raised from the 'sugar tax' has provided a £250,000 sweetener for schools in Tower Hamlets which will improve pupil's physical and mental health.

Transport bosses have announced plans today to introduce a 20mph limit on several streets in the borough as part of new safety measures planned for the capital.

Police have seized class A drugs, weapons and £6,500 in cash in drugs raids at 17 homes in Bow.

Council chiefs have halted plans to demolish a historic 18th century building in Bethnal Green to allow a review into whether it should be listed.

A murder hunt is underway following the death of a man who was stabbed in Bow Common yesterday afternoon.

A man is fighting for his life following a double stabbing in Bow Common this afternoon.

A woman was beaten unconscious by a man who continued to attack her as she lay defenceless on the dancefloor inside a nightclub in Aldgate.

A cheeky learner driver was caught behind the wheel today despite failing his driving test hours before.

A doctor living in Bow will be swapping his stethoscope for a pair of running shoes by taking part in the London Marathon tomorrow.

A commemorative plaque in memory of the victims of a series of nail bombs has been put up in Brick Lane to mark its 20th anniversary.

Police are today appealing for information to find a suspected sex attacker with links to Canary Wharf.

A Lib Dem councillor in Tower Hamlets has been picked a candidate for the forthcoming European Union elections.

Two men have suffered knife wounds in a violent street fight in Whitechapel yesterday evening.

Crossrail might not open to passengers until 2021, more than two years after services were originally due to commence, it has been claimed.

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