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A FIFTH man has been charged with the murder of Donald Vincent, who was found by his mother bleeding to death on their doorstep. read more
THE family of a Woodford Bridge woman believed to have been eaten by her boyfriend in Spain say they cannot find closure' despite his admission that he killed her. read more
THIEVES made off with a top-of-the-range £23,000 Mercedes after dragging the driver from the car and attacking him in a Wanstead street. read more
TABLE TENNIS WOODFORD Wells B let a commanding lead slip to draw 5-5 with Heathcote A in West Esex League Division One. read more
HAPPY Diwali to all our readers! read more
ROLF Harris CBE entertained thousands of graduates and their families at the University of East London (UEL) yesterday. read more
BRISTOL Rovers manager Paul Trollope is confident his side can get revenge on Leyton Orient in the FA Cup tomorrow. read more
I feel scared.
I am like a pencil pot
Without the pencils.
War is like a boxing match,
But not only one gets hurt.
People getting separated,
Like a major fire alert.
War is like a thunderstorm,
Roaring through the sky,
Hurting animals and loved ones,
Snatching them before our eyes.
CASES of Tuberculosis in Redbridge have risen to their highest levels in recent years and are considered a major concern'. read more
I feel horrible.
I am like a dictionary without any words. read more
FURIOUS residents harangued Waltham Forest Council's head of street services last night. read more
War is like swords touching,
As soon as they are born.
Long lasting tears down your face,
War is like lighting,
snatching the lives of humans one by one.
War is like a mother losing child,
depressed and lonely forever.
War is like starvation,
spreading around the world,
affecting all people.
War is like a bird without wings, flightless, falling to the ground.
War is like a typhoon barging through houses,
Every single day.
War is like a dog barking the
Mail man away. read more
War is like a Hurricane,
Destroying the whole world,
Taking people from families,
But not their memories.
WALTHAM Forest Council charges some of the highest rates per hour for elderly care in London, according to a report by Age Concern. read more
PAUL Merton, probably best known for his quick wit and repartee, and his dead-pan comedy look, prefers speechless entertainment. read more
IF you are bored with playing air guitar, stroll along to the O2 where you can pick up a piece of rock 'n roll history. read more
ALAN Curbishley has described Mark Noble as naive after discovering the young midfielder been playing through an injury for several months. read more
A PAIR of extremely talented Essex lads are featuring in a concert with the English Chamber Orchestra. read more
JENNY is a simple scivvie girl who dreams of escaping the clutches of the men in her life by becoming a Pirate Queen. read more
DANCE is an activity which crosses all ages, from the very young to those in their prime. And it appears equally as popular with men as it is with women. read more
A FATHER from Waltham Abbey surprised his children with a once-in-a-lifetime experience of being Tottenham Hotspur mascots. read more
TENNIS A PROMISING Chingford sibling duo won a ranking tennis tournament over the half term break. read more
FOOTBALL A GUTSY performance by Weald Bassetts U13 side gave them 3-3 draw and a share of the points against Brentwood Athletic. read more
PETANQUE CHIGWELL Petanque Club held the first rounds of the Herts and Essex Winter League fixtures for the first time. read more
ORIENT'S poor home attendances this season have been Poles apart from their excellent form on the pitch - and manager Martin Ling has admitted that he may have to explore a different avenue when signing players in the future. read more
LAST TIME AT BRISBANE ROAD: Leyton Orient 2 Bristol Rovers 3 (League Two 03-09-05) HEAD-TO-HEAD: Orient 32 wins, Bristol Rovers 41 wins and 26 draws. The last time the two sides met in the FA Cup was in a fourth round tie in 1999, when Rovers secured a 3-0 home win. The O's also lost out 1-0 to the Gas in the competition in 1952 after the original tie had finished 1-1 at Brisbane Road, although prior to that the east Londoners secured a 1-0 FA Cup win in 1930. read more
Resident of Chingford, Died peacefully on 31st October 2007 in Kent.
The funeral will take place on Friday 16th November 2007.
At St Theresa s R C Church, Station Road, E4 at 10.30am.
Followed by interment at Chingford Mount Cemetery at 12 noon.
Danny will be sadly missed by his brothers and family.
Formerly Master Baker at Hobleys, Queens Road, Buckhurst Hill
Died at home on 20th October 2007.
Much loved and sorely missed.
In loving memory of my dear son David Anthony who passed away on the 1st November
at Whipps Cross Hospital. Aged 39.
He was dearly loved and will be sadly missed
by everyone that knew him
God Bless David
1 year since you left us to join Bob.
Thinking of you and remembering with love all our Burrell & Draper family.
Beryl, Norman and family
In ever loving memory of our brother Leslie.
Died while a prisoner of war whilst on Active Service in 1942.
We think of you every day. Still do. Never heard of or seen again.
7th November 1997
Dad, 10 years has passed but still think of you every day, reunited with mum and dave.
Love Barbara, Ian, Claire & Vanessa
9th November 2001
Missed as much today as when you fell a sleep.
Graham & Lucy
Our darling Wills,
You are forever in our hearts and minds,
words cannot express how much we miss you. We love you so much and will love you forever. You will always be our beautiful boy.
Love Mum and Dad xx
Congratulations on your 50th birthday
All our love Mother, Christine, Adam, Theresa.
November 11th, Remembering your 13th Birthday
All our love Nanny Grandad Roberts
SPARKS, Stephenread more
In memory of our dear son's birthday
8th November 1981.
Sad is the heart that loves you. softly
our tears still fall.
But living life without you Steve is the hardest part of all.
Love always Mum, Dad
Shirley Smith of Epping formerley Harvey from Cooperfale passed away on Friday 2nd November 2007, after a long illness.
Leaves son Gary and daughter Sandra, Granddaughters Melanie and Katie, 2 brothers and 2 sisters.
Funeral 10am Monday 12th November at Parndon, No flowers but donations to the family for Lock Ward Trust Fund, Princes Alexandra Hospital, Harlow.