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Campaigners hoping to stop the demolition of Victorian homes in their Finsbury Park street have come out fighting after plans were officially submitted by developers.

The town hall has been given £3.3million for restoration work at Springfield Park.

A Woodberry Down charity has clearly struck a chord with bank bosses after it was handed a £5,000 grant to fund music equipment for the disadvantaged kids it supports.

A hotel in Seven Sisters Road could be demolished to make way for flats if councillors give the go-ahead.

Plans have been submitted to create a public square off Shoreditch High Street as part of a major project known as Shoreditch Village.

Acid attacks in north London are on the rise because teens trying to prove how dangerous they are can brag about the horrific scars it leaves, according to an ex-Dalston gang member.

A housing group planning to redevelop the Northwold Estate is back with fresh plans after its original scheme was panned by just about everyone.

Each week, the Gazette takes to the streets to unearth something being manufactured right here in Hackney. This week we speak to the guys bringing a sweet taste of Italy to Hackney.

You’d think our borough would be at the forefront of digital innovation, but it’s taken a while for it to get its own currency. The Gazette spent some time finding out more about the new payment system.

A new block of small homes for first-time buyers who live or work in Hackney were unveiled this week in Homerton.

A family cheated death when their cornershop was reduced to rubble with them inside.

The man wanted by police over the chilling robbery of a 92-year-old woman in Hoxton has been arrested, Scotland Yard said.

“Intolerable noise” from drunken partygoers in Shoreditch has got so bad some families have resorted to leaving London for the weekend to get some sleep.

The video footage of a 92-year-old woman being dragged along the pavement as a man rips her handbag off her arm is truly horrifying.

A council tenant has spoken out after leaseholders launched a campaign to stop major refurbishment at their South Hackney estate.

Deliveroo drivers in Hackney are being run off the road by knife-wielding moped thieves in a terrifying crimewave, the Gazette can reveal.

The firm responsible for Grenfell Tower’s fire alarms is at the centre of a fraud investigation over work it carried out for Hackney Council.

Backbench councillors have questioned the worth of a major consultation the town hall carried out to shape its new licensing policy for pubs and clubs.

Carlsberg has bought London Fields Brewery, which was put up for sale when its owner Julian Whiteway-Wilkinson was charged with tax fraud.

As usual, this month’s hot weather brought thousands of bearded baskers to the park, but neighbours say they have ruined it for everyone else.

Dalston’s Arcola Theatre will receive more than £1.2 million as part of the Arts Council National Portfolio.

The mum of a five-year-old boy who suffered devastating injuries after being run over on his Lower Clapton estate has begged witnesses to come forward.

A burglar who stole £18,000 in heirlooms from a Shoreditch flat to fuel his crack cocaine addiction has been jailed for six years.

A housing block in Upper Clapton has been “cocooned” in scaffolding since November because contractors ordered the wrong size windows for the flats.

Police are searching for a man who went missing from Homerton Hospital yesterday.

Cladding similar to Grenfell Tower has been discovered at a block on the Woodberry Down Estate and will be removed immediately as a precaution.

Sprinkler systems will be “fully explored” as part of Hackney Council’s fire safety review in the wake of the Grenfell Tower inferno.

All housing projects requiring external cladding have been “paused” by Hackney Council in the wake of the Grenfell Tower inferno.

A man who kidnapped his ex-wife, tied her up and raped her in a dungeon has been jailed for 13 years.

Plans to sell booze to artists and designers at a London Fields workspace face an uphill battle – because police say its launch party turned into a rowdy nightclub.

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