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Political parties have targeted people in Hackney more than 200 times in the last six weeks using Facebook “dark adverts” to try and influence votes.

A newlywed plunged to her death from the third-floor balcony of her home only hours after doctors considered it safe for her to leave the Homerton Hospital.

Atomic anticipation greeted the return of bad boy of ballet and dance virtuoso Sergei Polunin to the Sadler’s Wells stage last night.

London’s deputy mayor for housing reveals City Hall’s plans to tackle the housing crisis in Hackney – and admits rising homelessness ‘really shames London’ in an exclusive interview with EMMA YOULE

Poppy Terry, public affairs officer at the charity Shelter, writes about the growing crisis of homeless families living in temporary accommodation in the capital.

In the final part of our special Hidden Homeless investigation, EMMA YOULE asks what radical new ideas are necessary to solve the housing crisis in Hackney. The answer, time and again, is: ‘We need to build more homes’

In the third of the Gazette’s Hidden Homeless series, EMMA YOULE learns how Hackney hostels have become a ‘dumping ground’ for some of the capital’s most vulnerable people – and how they receive little or no support

In the second part of the Gazette’s Hidden Homeless spotlight, Emma Youle goes behind closed doors at two hostels to find out what Hackney’s temporary accommodation is like for those stuck living there

Today the Hackney Gazette can reveal the full extent of the housing crisis in London.

On September 30, 1986, the Gazette ran this stark front page warning taxpayers were spending millions “to keep the homeless homeless” in Hackney.

Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville says the council is doing all it can to address the homeless crisis.

There are 2,700 families without a permanent home in Hackney, the highest figure for 12 years and a sign of the borough’s growing homelessness crisis, reports EMMA YOULE.

An apology has been issued by Hackney Council after leaseholders at a block of flats were billed almost nine times the normal amount for their communal electricity due to a faulty meter.

Today the Gazette reveals the list of restaurants and takeaways in Hackney that have been dubbed the dirtiest in the borough by a food watchdog in 2016.

Search our table of London MPs’ expense claims to find out how much your local MP spent in 2015-16

A probe into two deaths at the Homerton Hospital has highlighted failures in nursing care at night.

The Gazette would like to hear from people living in temporary accommodation in Hackney - such as hostels or bed and breakfasts.

A gaming company director found dead in a Well Street homeless hostel died of natural causes, a coroner has found.

A young Brazilian woman who lost her life in a horrific fall from a building in Hackney can today be named as Mariana Pinto.

Ladies, you know that guy, the charming fella who promised the world to win your heart and then promptly broke it?

Hackney Green Party has called for an independent investigation into ‘outrageous’ prices charged by some privately-owned homeless hostels following the death of a man this month.

The MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch has said cases of homelessness in the borough are “the worst they’ve ever been” in her 20 year political career.

After a man’s decomposing body was found in shocking conditions at a homeless hostel in Hackney this month, investigations journalist EMMA YOULE meets a domestic abuse victim who lives at the hostel, and asks if the accommodation is suitable for a woman in her situation?

In the wake of a man’s death this week, the Gazette went behind closed doors at the homeless hostel where councils pay up to £255 a week to house vulnerable people in rooms no bigger than prison cells

A hostel for the homeless has come under fire after the body of a 44-year-old man was found decomposing in a tiny room days after his suspected death.

Patients who miss appointments at Homerton Hospital are costing the cash-strapped NHS £5.8million a year, enough to pay for 200 nurses, a Gazette investigation can reveal.

Around one in 10 hospital appointments are missed every year in England leading to wasted NHS resources.

Our investigation has revealed the lengths people living in supposedly car-free developments in Hackney are going to to find a space to park their cars

Scrapping one of Hackney’s fire engines could prove vital in the fight against terrorism, according to London’s fire commissioner.

‘Scrapping IT system would be false economy’ say Conservatives

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