FESTIVAL organisers are calling on participants to join an already “great line up” of events and acts.
Preacher Anjem Choudary has gone on trial accused of breaking terrorism laws in speeches published online.
Leyton Orient signs new shirt sponsor deal for the 2016/17 season with EnergyBet after agreeing a two-year deal.
A major new housing development could replace a former town centre post delivery office.
A man has been charged in connection with an offensive and violent Tweet aimed at Robert Halfon.
A GROUP of men have escaped police after attacking a van driver.
Leyton Orient’s trip to Luton Town has been brought forward as they will now travel to Kenilworth Road on Good Friday.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead at a property in Leyton.
A music venue owner says he will fight Waltham Forest council in court over noise complaints, which have put his business at risk.
The circus is heading to the East End as The Night Kitchen Cabaret explores the world of juggling and stilt walking in Family Tree, as well as dance at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) this week.
A governor has resigned in protest after his school became the latest in Waltham Forest to explore seeking academy status.
Care home cooks hope to bring some spice into the kitchen after an “incredibly inspiring” lesson from a celebrity chef.
RESIDENTS have voiced major concerns after no one told them a circus would be taking place metres away from their houses on a small village green.
A former stray has completed its first year as an operational police dog after training to sniff out cash, drugs and ammunition .
WARRING WORDS between councillors have risen over the fallout to local government after the nation’s Brexit decision.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold is convinced manager Slaven Bilic would not be "the slightest bit interested in taking on England".
A PEARLY Queen, school choir and a soaking wet headmaster all made for a fun-filled summer fair in Wanstead last weekend.
It could take more than a year after a fire to re-open a fast food restaurant.
A foodbank is urging members of the public to help stop local people going hungry by volunteering to a food collection.
An academy school is “thrilled” with its “glowing” report only two years after it was told it requires improvement.
Tar and soot build-ups are turning flues into fire risks and putting lives at risk, a chimney sweep has warned.
A FAMILY is “desperately” trying to raise £30,000 to fund alternative cancer treatment for their sister because they “can’t imagine life without her”.
Mark Cavendish has been named in the Team GB Olympic cycling team for Rio 2016.
An MP has said his party leader should “resign now with dignity” after three quarters of his colleagues declared he is no longer up to the job.