Spurs could miss out on Leandro Damiao after the player’s agent revealed a move to Italy was the preferred option.
Paul Rachubka has been placed on the transfer list by parent club Leeds United.
A CAR and motorbike race open to all will be held on Sunday, May 13.
Spurs have a number of injury concerns ahead of tonight’s trip to Bolton Wanderers.
A PLAY set in a fictional Chingford care home will examine the lives of older people and issues including mental illness.
A RESHUFFLE of the council’s cabinet will take place later this month following the decision of Conservative councillor Nick Hayes, who holds the Planning and Regeneration portfolio, to step down to concentrate on his job.
FLOOD risk alerts remain in place across the area.
A SCHOOL is appealing to local businesses to help modernise a swimming pool so it can stay open all year round.
THERE were wild scenes at a Leytonstone school when an American pop band came by for a visit.
CAMPAIGNERS are furious that information showing a new supermarket could cause traffic congestion and siphon of customers from local businesses was not made public.
FLOODS and torrential downpours struck this week, yet despite the April showers the area officially remained in drought.
A STALKER who set fire to a woman's car after she rejected his advances has been jailed for four years.
NEIGHBOURS are opposing the latest in a series of expansions to a care home that they claim have snowballed to leave their area unrecognizable.
A TREE collapsed onto a car carrying a family after narrowly missing a young woman.
YOUNG people in Redbridge are being offered the chance to become the face of the borough during London 2012 celebrations.
Chingford Foundation School have crowned off an impressive season by winning a league and cup double following victory against Highams Park.
A COLLEGE is considering banning visits by speakers after it was criticised for hosting an event featuring a controversial Islamic scholar.
Harry Martin’s Olympic dream has moved a step closer following his inclusion in the Great Britain squad for this week’s Olympic test event.
A WOMAN celebrated her 104th birthday last week.
A FARM owner who was refused permission for the country’s largest solar park has defended his decision to let the military use the land as a missile base for the Olympic Games.
DOGS and their owners had a chance to show off their training at an awards ceremony on Sunday.
A COMEDY night organiser failed to see the funny side after being asked to pay for bouncers by the manager of a Wanstead bar.