Campaigners have warned an “onslaught” of new housing developments in Walthamstow will lead to gentrification of the area.
A burglar has been jailed for stealing computer equipment from shops and schools after he was identified by his “distinctive” t-shirt.
A new market, showcasing local producers and artists has enlisted the help of a Great British Bake Off star for its launch.
In the run up to the EU referendum on June 23, the Guardian is asking people for their views on whether the UK should leave or remain.
The man accused of stabbing a stranger at Leytonstone tube station “for Syria” has denied a charge of attempted murder- but admits trying to stab four other commuters.
A Waltham Forest campaign group will ask residents what they believe new London mayor Sadiq Khan can do for women at a meeting next week.
TEACHERS and pupils swapped textbooks for cookery books last week, when they took part in their own version of Ready Steady Cook.
A Leyton grocery has been ordered to close immediately after health inspectors found a catalogue of hygiene horrors, including infestations of cockroaches and mice.