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Give trick or treat a miss this Halloween

East London police and councils are asking people not to go trick or treating this Halloween. Advice from Waltham Forest,

Shisha lounge in Goodmayes fined and closed for 20 days after fire extinguisher turned on police

A Goodmayes shisha lounge was ordered to shut down for 20 days after fire extinguishers were used on police officers

Former store in Leytonstone makes licensing application for new venue

A new late-night restaurant, serving food and drink as late as 2am, may open on the High Road in Leytonstone.

Waltham Council to cover school meals over holidays

Waltham Forest Council will continue to feed children in need over the holidays as local authorities across the country step

COVID second spike crisis as Redbridge registers 110 new cases in ONE DAY

The second wave of coronavirus in Redbridge is now double the size of the virus’ first spike after more than

Walthamstow takeaway shut down after inspectors discover ‘large scale’ vermin infestation

A Chinese takeaway in Walthamstow was forced to close after the council discovered a “large-scale” infestation. Wong’s Chinese takeaway on

Redbridge Council and Environment Agency at odds over who should clear up discarded rubbish on bank of River Roding

Fly-tipped furniture has sat on the bank of River Roding for months due to uncertainty over who is responsible for

Havering joins the dinner queue in agreeing to fund free school meals

Havering Council has joined other London boroughs in agreeing to fund free lunches for children during half-term. On Wednesday evening

Supporters of Jamaican restaurant in Walthamstow save the day after theft threatened business

A much-loved Jamaican restaurant left struggling after its jerk pan was stolen has been saved after supporters raised thousands of

Redbridge Council to foot the bill for school meals

Redbridge Council will pay from its own budget to feed school children in need over Christmas after the Government voted
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