A teenager from Waltham Forest has been charged with a string of terror offences.
Live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Leyton Orient and Cheltenham Town.
Police have charged a man with attempted murder after a young woman was stabbed in Dagenham.
Home affordability in cities is at its worst levels since 2008, with properties typically costing nearly seven times earnings, a report has found.
A bitter constituent who made death threats to his MP and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has walked free from court.
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Whether it’s a coffee date, lunch with friends or an exhibition on your own, we've picked out the most stylishly casual pieces you need in your wardrobe for spring weekends.
TRAVELLERS have set up camp in a supermarket car park.
Three men have been arrested for immigration offences after 15 people were found hidden in a lorry at New Spitalfields Market.
POLICE with sniffer dogs raided a property after a search warrant was executed.
The boyfriend of Towie star Cara Kilbey may walk free within weeks after being cleared of masterminding a multi-million pound drugs empire but jailed for possessing criminal property.
A CONSULTATION on a controversial parking scheme will start next month – a month after it was meant to be launched.
Muslims in Erskine Road, Walthamstow, invite churches to join charity walk in response to ‘propaganda’ about IslamWaltham Forest Guardian 24 Feb
A MUSLIM community will hold a ‘Walk for Peace’ to promote harmony among different faiths.
A mini Tate Modern has arrived at Redbridge Central Library in Clements Road, Ilford.
THIS teenager has been named as a ‘young artist of the year’.
A MAN with links to Harlow is being hunted by police.
COUNCIL TAX is going up by 4.99 per cent to “help make sure the vulnerable and elderly get the dignified care they deserve”.
Eminem has been announced as the last major headliner at this year's Reading Festival.
POLICE swarmed a library after a large fight broke out outside.
TWO men have been charged after a man suffered a fatal a stab wound to his chest.
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After the travel disruption caused by Storm Doris yesterday, much of the region is, thankfully, returning to normal today.
Councillors are calling for residents to be consulted before proposed parking restrictions are introduced on several Epping streets.
At the age of 24, Eleni Duke was the youngest gallerist in London when she founded her own pop-up space and over the past five years, she has built up her own “anti-gallery”, which specialises in affordable urban and contemporary works.
THE full force of Storm Doris is being felt by commuters preparing to journey home with TfL cancelling its Overground service to Chingford.
SWIMMERS are being encouraged to jump on board to help raise cash for a charity.
A Walthamstow man has been charged with the murder of a teenager beaten to death in Northamptonshire earlier this month.
FOUR business directors who made almost £2.5 million selling unprofitable investments have been banned.
TWO people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing that left a young woman unconscious.
CYCLISTS say they are “concerned” about plans to build two schools along a “cycle superhighway”.
STORM Doris is wreaking havoc across east London after reports of woman being killed by fallen debris.
A park in north-east London should not be funded using “hefty sums" taken from councils in other parts of the capital, MPs have heard.
POLICE are renewing their appeal to find a vulnerable man, missing for nearly over two weeks are appealing for the public’s help to find him.
A FAMILY whose son had leukaemia as a toddler has bought a bell for other child cancer patients to ring when they finish their treatment.
If you weren’t able to attend London Fashion Week last week, there is still a chance to keep up to date with the latest fashion trends and catch a glimpse of models on the catwalk runway.
THREE people had acid thrown in their faces after an under 16s football match last weekend.
THREE schoolboys have been arrested after an alleged acid attack left three other schoolchildren in hospital.
TWO DRIVERS managed to escape with “minor injuries” after a car and a lorry crashed on a busy road.
Happy Thursday! Here is everything you need to know this morning, February 23.
The gap in average house prices between London and the rest of the UK has widened from 47 per cent in 1996 to 107 per cent in 2016.
Waltham Forest has been named the third “most overflown” borough in London.
PUPILS and teachers got the shock of their lives when a helicopter landed in their playground.
A MAN who suffered a fatal a stab wound to his chest has been named by police.
A man has been jailed for life after stabbing his girlfriend to death when she was about to leave him.
A DRUG dealer who used his mum's car to sell deliver drugs has been jailed.
A unique theatre production at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, in Tottenham, will tell the real-life stories of the refugee crisis through music and dance.
SHOP owners in a high street say they are “upset and annoyed” because the council have threatened to fine them if stickers advertising brothels are stuck to their windows.
A MAN who received death threats after renouncing his faith wants to reach out to other people like him.
Scotland Yard has appointed its first female Commissioner in the force's 188 year history.
Rail services between Barking and Gospel Oak are set to resume next week- but passengers are furious the line is already set for new delays.
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MINI HOLLAND Healthy Streets Campaign to reopen our streets Sadiq backs MH Lea Bridge Road update Markhouse Village work is underway despite the web site denying it!! Markhouse Village Forest Road Highams Park...
Dear All As you might know, Carefree Kids charity recently held our first poetry competition, and have produced a beautiful booklet of the winning poems, kindly financed by Stow Brothers, the estate agent in Walthamstow.
WALTHAMSTOW TOWN CENTRE EXHIBITION Having visited the Town Centre exhibition in the Mall (24 th and 25 th February) we were very disappointed to see the lack of detail.
A few people on the street are planning on participating in the 1000 Swifts Over Walthamstow Project.
In the Gremlins films, the fictional furry Mogwai creatures reproduce when they get wet.
Available now in the William Morris Gallery is Sue Nisbet's definitive book about Lloyd Park.
Drawings at Winns Gallery in Lloyd Park's Aveling centre...
WVRA Annual Curry Quiz, Saturday 25 March, 7pm We'd be delighted if youwould join us at this year'sannualCurry Supper Quiz on Saturday 25 March, this year to be held at the WF Community Hub (old Asian Centre) 18A Orford Rd, Walthamstow, London E17 ...
Hi Folks, I’m afraid the street party disco ball suffered a major injury a while ago after it managed to fall out of out loft.
Wood Street First is putting in place some amazing plans to continue our events, projects and community work in 2017.
Brioche Burger isn’t any ordinary burger restaurant, at least that’s what they say on their website.
Many of us pass through the marshes every day (cycling to/from work, walking the dog or just walking) and are already a bit amxious about the increased traffic when the Wetlands open.
Photo: Karen Kehoe Photo Connie Law More pics, plus ur two favourite comments from the discussion about the days when cows would roam freely around Wanstead.
Dear Lea Valley Federation I hope you will forgive my cold calling you by email but in the circumstances; perhaps you will forgive me.
For info for residents Dear Friends/Colleagues, Following on from the huge success of our Xmas Lunch which bridged the gap between the younger and older generations, Starlighters will be putting on an amazing pantomime performance at the Community ...
Sign the petition Lea Valley Eastside LBWF Hi A huge thank you to everyone who emailed Members of the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.
Tortoises have the right idea don’t they? Instead of facing the relentless grim grey of winter, they tuck them selves up and nod off until the spring.
All households in the new CPZ area should have received a letter through the door today.
I was once overcome by the spirit of adventure and tried to eat a pigs ear.
2016 was another year of amazing growth for Wansteadium, so as we say every year at this time, THANK YOU to everyone who has read, commented, subscribed, contributed, tipped-off, submitted photos, liked us on Facebook or retweeted us.
So just before Xmas I had a chance to go see this exhibition at the William Morris museum.
May the Wood Street First Committee wish, all of the people who have subscribed to our site, a very Happy New Year hopefully an enjoyable prosperous one.
Pic: Google Streetview, presumably taken between 0930 and 1030 The controversial £93k parking scheme for Wanstead High Street could be axed after just three months, council leader Jas Athwal has said, “if it makes people’s lives a misery”.
Carol singing and political activism don’t really have that much in common do they? Singing silent night whilst knocking back mulled wine is very nice, but unlikely to inspire political change.
… and a Darwinian connection in Walthamstow Village.
Sorry folks but we have totally sold out of tickets and this means there will DEFINITELY BE NO TICKETS available on the door.
Sorry but tickets are no longer available to be purchased online for our Christmas Party Event that is being held at Walthamstow Cricket, Tennis Squash Club this Saturday, 17th December 2016.
GOING, GOING GONE!!!! Just to let you know that tickets for our great family Christmas Party at Walthamstow Cricket Club on Saturday 17th December you will not be able to be purchased on-line from 5pm tomorrow (14/12).
The traders who saved the day.
With depressing predictability, the festive season brings it’s usual increase in break-ins.
Don’t get me wrong, I love sourdough bread as much as the next person, but sometimes you can’t beat toast made with sliced white bread.
Art spectacle shines on the walls of St Mary’s Let’s face it.
Now that our Festive Fayre we only have 7 days to wait till we can party.
Our Winter event is on tomorrow, Saturday 10th December , at Our Lady St George Primary School, E17 Fun for all the Family From 12pm to 4pm with a Santa’s Grotto / Magician / Live Music / Side Stalls / Inflatable slide / Santa’s Workshop...
Readers are invited to join a crowdsourcing effort to work out questions to put to Redbridge council about their planned change to parking in Wanstead which will be happening in the New Year .
There’s a thing for all things Danish at the moment.
MINI HOLLAND 5000 against MH London's Traffic the worst NICE Recommendations From Stella Creasy MP's Newsletter BreathE17 Campaign: Anti-Idling Cars Council Workshop In the coming year tackling the quality of air in our local community is a key ...
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