Students at The Petchey Academy are moving on to great things but said the new A-level tests are “pretty hard” and “stressful”.
Cheery 236 bus driver Nelson Campos tells the Gazette why he loves his current route between Islington and Hackney – and reminisced about working for the home office, courts and the police.
The headteacher of a Dalston Academy says her kids have done “brilliantly” after 73 per cent of pupils gained at least three A* to C grades in their A-levels.
Well-wishers have raised more than £20,000 to support the “extraordinary” Sarah Doone, who lost a leg after being run over by a cement truck on the Old Street roundabout on July 25.
Transport bosses have been urged to stop dragging their heels over modernising Old Street roundabout after a cement truck crash left a cyclist fighting for her life.
With a rape and a murder in Finsbury Park in the last seven months, the Friends of Finsbury Park held a heated meeting for neighbours to discuss safety – but floor time was dominated by concerns about festivals. The Gazette was there.
A cyclist in her 30s is fighting for her life after a collision with a cement mixer at Old Street roundabout this afternoon.
A young mum whose privately rented Homerton flat has flooded four times in a year says her nine-year-old son could have been crushed when the ceiling collapsed.
The victim of a sexual assault at a Shoreditch nightclub claims staff told her she was “dressed provocatively” and shouldn’t have been alone.
Four families fighting against “wrecking-ball” cuts to special educational needs services will take on Hackney Council at the High Court in October.
Bailiffs evicted a tenant from an address in Upper Clapton Road after they ignored a court order.
BSix college has allegedly been “browbeaten” by the government into selling its sports hall to a free school instead of a housing association.
Police found a knife stashed in a bin during a sweep of green spaces on a Hackney estate on Saturday.
A Stoke Newington baker who survived five brain operations is warming up her vocals to perform on the One Show for the royal wedding.
Momentum activists could have a significant impact on the doorsteps of north London ahead of May’s election. The Gazette asked activists from four north London boroughs how socialism is bedding in.
Parents are taking their fight against cuts to special educational needs services in Hackney to the Supreme Court.
An iconic Stoke Newington record shop faces closure for the second time in two years – because the rent has been hiked by more than 50 per cent.
Sainsbury’s in Dalston is under fire for ditching its free parking for customers.
To celebrate LGBT history month, Hackney resident Amanda talks about her journey to becoming a foster carer, with the council’s support and training.