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Commuters on c2c are facing disruption due to an electrical supply failure at Barking.

New piers at some of east London's biggest developments could provide vital public transport links along the Thames.

Five men who risked patients' lives by cutting through electrical cables at a hospital have been jailed.

There are just a few days left for parents of Year 6 pupils to apply for a secondary school place.

A new walkway that connects Canning Town and Poplar has been opened.

Members of the emergency services can skate for free at the Tower of London ice rink next month.

Politicians have criticised Extinction Rebellion protesters who targeted Jubilee line and DLR services through east London.

Meeting the wants and needs of Londoners must not be lost in the quest to solve London's housing crisis.

The most dangerous roads and junctions in Tower Hamlets have been revealed thanks to figures showing the location of every crash last year.

Detectives investigating a series of sexual assaults on buses have released a picture of a man they would like to speak to.

A money pot and a bone needle pin are among the artifacts uncovered during the excavation of a Shakespearean-era playhouse in Whitechapel.

Man stabbed in Poplar

Thursday, September 19, 2019

A man has been taken to hospital after being stabbed in Poplar.

Buildings across the borough are set to open their doors for one weekend only as part of Open House London.

Police investigating the theft of two Rolex watches worth a combined £13,000 have released a picture of a man they would like to speak to.

A teenager has been jailed for 15 years after carrying out an "extremely aggressive" knife attack in Stepney.

The mother of a brain-damaged five-year-old girl at the centre of a High Court life support treatment dispute has said she would want to stay alive if she were in her daughter's position.

A judge must decide whether a brain-damaged girl in a minimally conscious state has any quality of life, a lawyer representing the youngster has said.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after an officer was pushed in front of oncoming traffic on the A13.

A High Court judge has expressed "discomfort" about the demolition of three Victorian workers' cottages on the Isle of Dogs - but has dismissed a council appeal.

What's in a name? Quite a lot, as it happens.

Tributes have been paid to a father-of-three from Stepney who was killed in a car crash in Essex.

Bishop Challoner is celebrating after pupils at both the boys' and girls' schools bagged top GCSE results.

A pedestrian has been taken to hospital with head injuries following a crash in Bromley-by-Bow.

Bow School's headteacher has praised the hard work of his pupils in securing top grades.

A Bishop Challoner Sixth Form pupil will be heading to Cambridge after achieving four A* grades in his A-levels.

A teenager who was rejected by the University of Cambridge has turned down a place at Harvard to follow in the footsteps of space pioneer Buzz Aldrin.

A man who punched a Tube passenger then racially abused the police officer who arrested him has been handed a suspended sentence.

A Bethnal Green night market has been cancelled because of the extreme weather forecast for this weekend.

A curious fox cub had to be rescued by firefighters after getting stranded by the side of a canal.

A new Santander Cycles docking station has opened in Victoria Park.

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