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Hackney’s biggest brewery has launched a new beer for its core range - the first new arrival in two years.

Drug dealers arrested in dawn raids at a Stoke Newington estate have been jailed for a total of 22 years.

A 10-month-old Upper Clapton boy stuck in unsuitable temporary accommodation has the UK’s only known case of a new mitochondrial disease – and his family are desperate to track down other affected people.

Phil Glanville will be put under the spotlight at Hackney Mayor’s Question Time later this month.

Youngsters at a Hackney school fell silent at 11am on Wednesday to remember the 439 students and teachers who fought during the First World War.

Doctors are laying on extra immunisation clinics for children after measles returned to Hackney for the first time in years.

Cycle stands in Finsbury Park have been removed after they were installed in “the wrong place”.

When GPs across Hackney were asked to formally join forces in 2014 so they could better work together, no one expected them all to say yes.

A police officer was attacked while trying to break up a fight in Shoreditch in the early hours of Saturday.

A man who sent a deadly letter bomb to staff at a Hoxton Bitcoin company because they refused to change his password has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.

A young gardener who helps keep the Olympic Park in top shape has taken home a gold medal of his own.

A Stoke Newington man has been charged with stabbing a 40-year-old in an Essex village.

An exhibition exploring the history of the traditional “Saturday girl” role featured a Hackney waitress.

The town hall has commissioned an independent investigation into unions’ claims there is a culture of “bullying, harassment and racism” within its workforce, insisting it has a “zero-tolerance” approach.

Councillors in the south of the borough have joined a campaign to stop housing association Peabody selling off its old homes for public servants such as nurses and police.

Unions say there is a “culture of bullying, harassment and racism” at Hackney Council and one has threatened possible strike action unless there is a full independent investigation.

A man in his 50s was one of three men randomly attacked in Shoreditch on Sunday afternoon.

Work to replace a railway bridge near Hackney Downs will see two roads closed for almost the whole of next year.

Hackney Council has responded to backlash sparked by its enforcement officers being seen giving “tickets” to homeless people and threatening to call police if they didn’t move on.

The teenager who murdered Israel Ogunsola off Morning Lane will spend at least 18 years behind bars.

Developers of the controversial £900million Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme are asking the public to have their say on revised plans for the site.

Thousands of youngsters experiencing hardship will receive Christmas presents this year thanks to a toy appeal set up by a Stoke Newington couple.

The founder of a London Fields PR firm has become the youngest ever agency boss to pick up a prestigious industry prize.

It may sound like something out of a bad sci-fi film, or 1999, but computer systems at Homerton Hospital actually did go down on Saturday night because of the clocks going back.

Families of children with special educational needs and disabilities are fighting a High Court battle against Hackney Council funding cuts.

The owners of Ridley Road Shopping Village have been told to come back with fresh plans if they want to redevelop the site.

Hackney has stumped up an extra £5.9million to pay for its fire door replacement programme – taking the total expected cost for the work to £25.5m.

Councillors again rounded on transport chiefs over the planned bus cuts at a town hall meeting last week.

Traders at Ridley Road Shopping Village thanked the community for their support as more than 100 people turned out for a protest on Saturday.

A man has been jailed after admitting his role in the death of a Stamford Hill man who was kidnapped and tortured in 2010.

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