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A vegan burger shop opened its first restaurant in Shoreditch on Saturday thanks to £300,000 raised through crowdfunders.

A mental health charity off Mare Street is appealing for runners to take on the Hackney Half in the wake of government cuts.

Teachers were celebrated for their contributions to pupils’ academic and personal achievements during an awards night.

PT Matt Smith is preparing the Gazette’s running team for the Hackney Half – as well as bringing you regular fitness tips to encourage you to take on the race and help with training.

Hackney Council has locked horns with TfL chiefs over cuts to 16 of Hackney’s bus services – because bosses believe the public was never properly consulted.

A man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack smiled after ploughing a van into worshippers and blew a kiss at the angry crowd as he was bundled into a police vehicle, a court has heard.

A man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack “decided to take matters into his own hands” after growing angry at a rise in terrorism and the Rotherham child exploitation scandal, a court heard today.

In London’s first vegan pub, not only long-haired freaky people need apply.

Hackney Council has unveiled what are thought to be the UK’s first public speed monitors for cyclists in an attempt to slow them down in London Fields.

Two homeless women who had been sleeping under the Stroud Green Road bridge for a year have been offered housing – weeks after the Gazette published the tragic stories of how they had ended up there.

Welsh rockers roll up their 20th year treading water, with just a dash of inspiration

Clubbers dropped to their knees, shielded their faces with clothing, and rubbed ice on blistered skin after acid was thrown over a packed dance floor at the Mangle E8 nightclub, a court has heard.

Mice and cockroaches have blighted four Hackney restaurants over the last 18 months, council papers reveal.

The ex-boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann, wearing a T-shirt with the word “killer” across the front, threw acid in a London Fields club full Bank Holiday partygoers, a court has heard.

Former councillor and speaker of Hackney Abdul Gafoor Mulla has died at 79, writes his colleague and friend Cllr Ian Rathbone.

A young cyclist who fatally injured a mum-of-two when he collided with her in Old Street has been sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders institution.

A young cyclist who fatally injured a mum-of-two when he collided with her in Old Street could face jail later today.

The police officer who restrained Rashan Charles on the floor of a Dalston shop hours before his death should be suspended, the police watchdog has said.

Charity director Natalie Howarth has worked to help people for most of her life. She talked to the Gazette while showing us around Maytree in Finsbury Park – a respite centre for people at risk of suicide.

A 16-year-old boy today denied a string of acid attacks on six moped riders in Stratford, Hackney and Islington. He will stand trial in January.

A driver going the wrong way down a one-way street hit a tipper lorry and a van after police signalled for him to stop – then ran off.

Jurors in the Charlie Alliston bicycle death trial this afternoon began deliberations – after being urged by the judge to “put aside feelings of prejudice”.

The cyclist on trial for killing a pedestrian as she crossed Old Street had right of way because the lights were green, the Old Bailey heard this afternoon.

A cyclist on trial over the death of a pedestrian in Old Street was thrown through the air when the pair collided but quickly got up and began shouting at her, a court heard.

A young cyclist who knocked over and killed a mum-of-two while riding an illegal fixed-gear bike in Old Street shouted at his victim to “get out of the way” and later said the collision was her fault, a court heard.

The trial of a cyclist accused of running over and killing a mother-of-two in Old Street begins today.

A small group having a kickabout one February evening led to the creation of Mabley Green’s first women’s football league. As the league champions prepare to lift the cup, the Gazette finds out why it’s such a big step for Hackney’s female players.

Five lads from Mossbourne Community Academy hiked 96 miles to the top of Ben Nevis to raise money for a Hackney sports charity.

Six thousand balloons were given out at Shomrim’s annual open day on Clapton Common.

A woman was taken to hospital after what is believed to have been a cleaning fluid spill at a Stamford Hill school building this afternoon.

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