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WESTMINSTER ATTACK: London mayor Sadiq Khan praises police and sends thoughts to victims as Met Police declares 'terrorist incident' at Westminster
WESTMINSTER ATTACK: Railways running out of London as normal
WESTMINSTER ATTACK: c2c remains 'in contact' with British Transport Police
Film review: Life is a formulaic, yet entertaining, battle for survival
Students at Hornchurch college learn art of planning festivals and organising events
Marathon runners conquer 13.1 miles of Brentwood countryside to raise money for Saint Francis Hospice
c2c announces 7.52am Pitsea to Fenchurch Street will no longer stop at West Ham and Limehouse
Army and Navy flyover in Chelmsford to be closed for repairs from this Friday to next Monday
TRAFFIC: Delays between Chignal Road and Parkway, Chelmsford
TRAFFIC: Delays in Brentwood
TRAFFIC: Delays between Rettendon and Howe Green
c2c announces 7.29am Thorpe Bay to Fenchurch Street will not stop at Upminster
c2c announces early termination of 7.37am Leigh-on-Sea to Fenchurch Street at Benfleet
TRAFFIC: Congestion in Chelmsford
TRAFFIC: Delays in Canvey
TRAFFIC: Delays in Chelmsford on Essex Regiment Way
TRAFFIC: Delays London-bound at Stanford-le-Hope bypass
TRAFFIC: Congestion from Halfway House, West Horndon, towards M25
Win tickets to see The Story of Bart at Walthamstow's pop up theatre, Mirth, Marvel & Maud
Friends and family raise thousands of pounds in memory of former YA reporter, Paul Peterson
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Sunrise and sunset from Monday March 20
Nostalgia: This week in 1999
High tide at Tilbury from Monday March 20
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Met Police launches fresh appeal over 20-year-old Ilford nightclub murder
Met Police release CCTV image of man wanted over attempted rape in Dagenham
Met Police release CCTV of man wanted over serious assault in Romford
Met Police searching for girl, 16, missing from home in Redbridge
Tando’s dream comes true playing Michael Jackson's brother in television biopic
Witness appeal after attack in Loughton
Film review: Beauty and the Beast delivers a deliriously happy ever after
Lola has nine piglets - first animal to start the baby boom at Lee Valley Park - park celebrates 40 years
Nick Butterworth advises Romford pupils on how to write the perfect story
Family of Romford pensioner who died from illness caused by asbestos should make claim, coroner urges
Drivers to no longer be able to pay for parking by cash in Barking and Dagenham from next month
Multi-million pound project in Redbridge to create new public pool and leisure facilities
Yellow Advertiser chosen for 'Power of News' exhibition after reports sparked historic child sex probe by Essex Police
Waltham Forest College students' water pump could secure £30,000 investment and mentorship
Potential closure of Leytonstone job centre could force claimants to travel almost four miles to the nearest branch
Hornchurch primary school pupils master the roads as they learn how to cycle safely
Romford hospice receives nearly £130,000 from Children in Need to support child bereavement services
Shift station manager from Leyton stars in Channel Five documentary about East Coast Main Line
Officers issue fresh appeal to anyone who may have been abused by sex offender at Walthamstow school
Commonwealth Day commemorated in Romford with flag raising ceremony
Tennis tykes given masterclass in Romford fitness centre by Judy Murray
Pensioner from Walthamstow who raped and abused five victims in his foster care jailed for 16 years
Russell Kane to play comedy fundraiser on behalf of Woodford Green hospice next month
Fire at Leytonstone building destroys two flats and roof as six people flee for their lives
You're Hired! Ex-Apprentice candidate Paul Sullivan advises aspiring entrepreneurs at Barking and Dagenham College
Pupils in Havering to suffer unless government increases funding for schools, insists Tory councillor
OFSTED downgrades Havering Sixth Form College from 'good' to 'requires improvement' following inspection
Romford MP lobbies government for extra bank holiday in June to commemorate Queen's sapphire jubilee
Rainham fraudster jailed for 16 months for scamming pensioners in carbon credits crime worth £1.7 million
Win a family night's stay at Norfolk's Dunston Hall
Devastated and terrified - injured pedigree dog in agony and limping - dumped from a van by two men
Sunrise and sunset from Monday March 13
Nostalgia: News from 2008
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High tide at Tilbury from Monday March 13 (GMT)
High tide at Southend Pier from Monday March 13 (GMT)
Waltham Abbey police station to be put on the open market for sale
Racism shown the red card at Dagenham and Redbridge FC's home ground
Dagenham scouts clinch £10,000 donation from charity competition to improve meeting hall
Volunteers sought for clean up of Oldchurch Gardens next Friday
Female Network Rail graduates inspire Romford girls to take up careers in engineering
Former Voice and X Factor star performs for Hornchurch students and leads presentation about online safety
TRAVEL: 'Severe delays' on Central Line after train derails at White City
Film review: A menagerie of hulking beasts is unleashed in Kong: Skull Island
TRAFFIC: Congestion in Chelmsford
TRAFFIC: Delays in Brentwood
TRAFFIC: Delays between Rayleigh Weir and Fairglen Interchange
TRAFFIC: Congestion in Canvey Island
c2c announce cancellation of 7.01 service from Grays to Fenchurch Street
East London hospital trust emerges from special measures thanks to staff members' efforts
Butcher fined more than £2,500 by Barking and Dagenham Council for failing to prove they were lawfully getting rid of waste
Waltham Forest Council embark on apprenticeships drive
Cultural projects in Waltham Forest benefit from £25,000 grant as council seeks to boost borough's artistic credibility
House-hunters living in Waltham Forest to benefit from 45 new affordable homes
Photography students at Barking and Dagenham College channel Pablo Picasso for charity postcard initiative
Wanstead residents invited to contribute to new consultation about parking changes on high street
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, Crystal Horwood, managing director of Property and Commercial Enterprises Ltd (PACE), talks about the hidden workplace battle that needs to be addressed
Kelly & Victoria's Floral Designs share the story of their success on International Women's Day
As part of International Women's Day, the owner of Curtain World Direct shares the story of how she stepped into her father's shoes
As we celebrate International Women's Day, discover how a chance opportunity led to a Hornchurch mum opening Girls Allowed Gyms
Havering commuters to soon benefit from improved rail infrastructure as Network Rail scheme hits halfway point
Hornchurch theatre announces 'Beauty and the Beast' as 2017 panto
EXCLUSIVE: Growing anti-social behaviour in Romford Town Centre attributed to rising population
Quizzers and Eggheads raise more than £10,000 for Romford hospice
Husband marks 45th wedding anniversary with wife in Romford hospice shortly before she dies
Havering and Redbridge residents face limited access to central London via district line this weekend
EXCLUSIVE: Teaching staff in Havering facing redundancies and pay cuts due to falling schools budget, whistleblower alleges
BB gun assault in Redbridge that took place in November 2016 remains unsolved as police renew appeal for information
Wally, Batman and Power Rangers help mark World Book Day at Romford primary school
Win tickets to see Worst Wedding Ever at Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch
French mimes and African drums spread the gospel of diversity at Drapers' Academy in Romford for Multicultural Week
Serve up a treat during British Pie Week with one of these recipes
Nostalgia: Pages from the past - this week in 2003
Sunrise and sunset from Monday March 6
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High tide at Southend Pier from Monday March 6 (GMT)
High tide at Tilbury from Monday March 6: (GMT)