A revolutionary method of creating recycled roads has been utilised for the first time in Bethnal Green.Read the full story ›
A 26-year-old woman was taken to hospital with life-changing burn injuries after she was attacked, police said.Read the full story ›
Police have released CCTV footage after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted three separate times within an hour by as many as five men.Read the full story ›
CCTV of a burglary at an arts centre has been released by police after £3,500 worth of audio equipment was stolen.Read the full story ›
A man in his 50s has died following a fatal collision in Tower Hamlets. Police were called to Roman Road in east London yesterday at 1.50pm after reports that a motorcycle and bus had collided.
London Ambulance service and London's Air Abulance attended the scene and the male rider was pronounced dead at the scene at 3.06pm.
The identity of the man has not been made public. His next of kin have been informed.
Police investigating the incident are appealing to any witnesses.
Students from the Mulberry School For Girls in the heart of London's East Endgot the chance to question the US First Lady today.Read the full story ›
America's First Lady Michelle Obama will host an event at a school in East London today.
She will meet pupils at the Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets to discuss joint work between America and Britain to boost education for adolescent girls across the world through the Let Girls Learn initiative, championed by her and US president Barack Obama.
Pupils at the single-sex comprehensive will get the chance to grill the first lady - along with former prime minister of Australia Julia Gillard, who chairs the board of the Global Partnership for Education.
It’s fantastic that the First Lady chose to visit one of our borough’s excellent schools today. Following a major transformation programme, our schools are now internationally recognised and delivering some of the best results in the country. I am sure the First Lady welcomed the chance to meet some of the inspirational young people our borough is rightly proud of and I know they will have found her visit an incentive for further success, in school and in life.
Labour's John Biggs has been elected mayor of Tower Hamlets borough in east London to replace Lutfur Rahman, who was removed from office for "corrupt and illegal practices" in April.
Polls in the Tower Hamlets Mayoral election re-run open at 7am this morning.
The election follows the removal of former Mayor Lutfur Rahman after a special election court found illegal practices were present in his 2014 election win.
The polls will close at 10pm with the result expected in the early hours of Friday morning.