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East London & West Essex Guardian
Newspaper staff take on mud run for children's hospice
4 HRS AGO - Two self-professed princesses who usually run a mile from mud will plunge into the mucky stuff to Expand
Coffee Break: Letting Go
12 HRS AGO - Sophie was trying not to think that the bungee cord buckled to her waist looked far too thin to be Expand
THEN AND NOW: Recognise this photo?
17 HRS AGO - What memories do you have of All Saints Church in Woodford Wells?
College launches month-long programme to tackle gang and youth violence
1 DAY AGO - A college will hold a series of workshops over a four-week period to raise awareness about gang Expand
Allaying fears that sports centre is closing
1 DAY AGO - I was honoured to be elected as the District Councillor for Epping Lindsey and Thornwood Common on Expand
Campaigners lobby new council saying "we are not going away"
2 DAYS AGO - A protest group lobbied outside the town hall last night demanding the council fight for education Expand
Mayor gives schools £1 million to tackle air pollution
2 DAYS AGO - Sadiq Khan has given £1 million to the most-polluted schools in London to help protect children Expand
New mayor elected as outgoing mayor raises thousands for charity
2 DAYS AGO - The borough elected a new mayor for the year after a unanimous nomination and vote last night.
New chairman appointed to new look cabinet
2 DAYS AGO - A new chairman and vice-chairman were appointed at a council meeting last night (May 24).
Woman's 25 years of volunteering inspired by care given to late husband
5 HRS AGO - A woman who started volunteering at a hospice after her husband died is celebrating 25 years of Expand
Second care provider in the district wins inspector's highest rating
13 HRS AGO - A care home has been ranked 'outstanding' to become only the second in the district to earn the Expand
Town's 43% rise in crime attributed to police cuts
1 DAY AGO - Crime rates have shot up in one of the district's towns, in a trend one councillor has linked to Expand
Feature: What it is like to go deaf
1 DAY AGO - Broken down into numerical form, deafness is a scary-near-epidemic phenomenon. In the UK 11 Expand
What's on this bank holiday weekend, 26th-28th May 2018
2 DAYS AGO - Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers – The Perfect Partnership
Evening update: Long delays on M25 and chaos on train network
2 DAYS AGO - It's extremely busy on the roads this evening as drivers head home and head off for the bank Expand
Drugs contributing to surge in violent crime
2 DAYS AGO - Frontline organisations fighting violent crime in London have highlighted the role of drugs in Expand
Hospice celebrates 500 volunteers who keep the service running
2 DAYS AGO - More than 500 people who give their times and expertise to help the running of a Hastingwood based Expand
Outgoing Redbridge mayor raises thousands for charity
7 HRS AGO - Two hospices say they are “thrilled to bits” after Redbridge’s outgoing mayor raised thousands of Expand
Calls for more electric cars in London
14 HRS AGO - A London assembly member has called on Sadiq Khan to “spearhead the shift to electric vehicles” in Expand
MEP issues stark Brexit warning as fear of mushy tomatoes grows
1 DAY AGO - The county's MEP met with the chairman of the British Tomato Growers Association to issue a stark Expand
Father of the council' elected town mayor
1 DAY AGO - The 'father of the council' has been unanimously elected as its mayor.
THEN AND NOW: Charming sepia photo
1 DAY AGO - There's something very charming about sepia photos.
Council applies to High Court for injunction against travellers
2 DAYS AGO - A London borough has gone to the courts to stop travellers coming to the area.
Beware of barbecue fumes, they can give you cancer
2 DAYS AGO - Standing or sitting too near a barbecue could give you cancer because the skin absorbs Expand
New checking system to root out rogue landlords
2 DAYS AGO - A council will use a checking database to name and shame rogue landlords.