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A man with severe cerebral palsy having long-term therapy at an east London gym has struck a chord in the world of orchestral music playing a digital clarion with eye movement.

Parishioners joined faith and civic leaders on a canal barge yesterday to get the Bishop of Stepney’s official blessing for their new community.

Animal lovers and budding vets can see behind the scenes when the PDSA’s pet hospital in Bow throws open its doors on Saturday as part of the charity’s centenary celebrations.

Young inventors have “come out of their shell” to work on their ‘car of the future’ at East London Science School and have picked up three awards on its first trial run.

Owing to the recent interest in the Windrush immigrations I thought you might be interested in my experience in the 1940s writes Eddie Johnson, former landlord of Two Puddings in Stratford 1962-2000.

Paul Long, a life-long O’s fan scooped the jackpot this week, and his son Elliot spent several years at non-league club Romford

Five decades ago, women workers at Ford’s Dagenham factory went on strike.

Detectives have issued images and CCTV today of the moment a man was attacked and robbed in his parked car in Old Ford in the hope of finding witnesses.

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