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Fri, 16:22

US investors that bought the New Era estate earlier this year and planned to evict 93 households by potentially trebling rent just before Christmas have now sold the site to an affordable housing provider.

Hackney Council released the personal and financial details of 15,000 residents online.

A massive blunder has seen the sensitive personal details of 15,000 Hackney residents – including address, sexuality and rent accounts – leaked online.

Joel Adesina was stabbed on December 5 in Padbury Court off Bethnal Green Road

A 20-year-old man will today appear in court charged with murdering Dagenham teenager Joel Adesina.

Wed, 15:21
The Metropolitan Police said McKoy hit his partner in the head with a hammer at least 17 times [Photograph from Metropolitan Police]

A Hackney man has been found guilty of battering his ex-partner to death with a hammer and slashing his baby daughter’s throat – whilst her elder daughter overheard the horrific events on the phone.

Wed, 15:01
Joseph Burke-Monerville died of a gunshot wound to the head. Picture: Metropolitan Police

A third man has been charged with the murder of i Canonbury teen and Nigerian prince Joseph Burke-Monerville.

Tue, 17:04
Jermain Jackman's album is coming out in March.

Jermain Jackman has been on an “educational rollercoaster” since April when he won The Voice, pouring his heart and soul into creating his first album.

Tue, 15:19
Tawhid School pupils with Age UK workers and elderly

A Stamford Hill school have teamed up with a national charity to support older people during the winter.

Sport

Yesterday, 19:47

Manager accepts fans booing for their poor first half performance

Yesterday, 17:02
New O's boss Fabio Liverani
 looks on from the dugout (pic: Simon O'Connor)

League One: Barnsley 2 Leyton Orient 0

Erik Lamela (left) scored the winning goal but Ryan Mason (right) limped off injured

Tottenham extended their winning run to three games after earning a 2-1 home win over Burnley and moved into the top six in the Premier League.

Fri, 15:51
Emmanuel Adebayor

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has Emmanuel Adebayor available for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Burnley as Spurs look to carry the momentum of the midweek thrashing of Newcastle.

Fri, 13:30

O’s striker keen to build on goal against Peterborough United last weekend.

Fri, 10:00
Nathan Clarke (left) is hoping for a win on his return to Yorkshire when Leyton Orient travel to Barnsley tomorrow. Pic: Simon O'Connor

Captain keen to get O’s out of the rut they currently find themselves in.

Nabil Bentaleb (right) celebrates his first goal for Tottenham in Wednesday's 4-0 victory over Newcastle in the Capital One Cup quarter-final. Pic: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Nabil Bentaleb achieved another landmark at Tottenham this week, scoring his first goal for the club a year after his debut - and the Algeria international believes Spurs can finish in the top four this season.

Entertainment

Fri, 14:27

Sky’s the limit for chef’s tower triumph

Thu, 12:27
With London nights catering to every taste, there's no need to spend New Year alone. Picture: Piotr Marcinski

Don’t panic if you haven’t made plans, there’s no shortage of ways to ring in 2015, says Alex Bellotti.

Wed, 14:38
Bar at Verden

Wine bar’s steak night has rare quality

Mon, 12:07
The decor in Finch's is party trendy kitsch, part chain pub

If your not a suit clad city type, there’s not all that much to tempt you down to dine on the unpromising stretch of City Road south of Old Street.

Mon, 10:13
Punchdrunk at Petchey Academy

Classrooms were turned into forests and pupils roamed the roof at Petchey Academy as part of a project opening up Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

Friday, December 12, 2014
Edward Scissorhands. Picture: Hugo Glendenning

From shopping to evenings out, here’s a glimpse of what Islington and Hackney offer this Christmas.

Thursday, December 11, 2014
the cast of Three Winters at The National Theatre

This dark, resonating epic keeps it in the family, says Marianka Swain

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