Fri, 17:44

Medics claim they have been “pushed into a corner” by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, after voting for the first ever “all out” strike in the history of the NHS.

Fri, 15:29
Memori Ahmun

Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing teenage girl from Hackney.

Fri, 09:56
Kirk Wynter

A father-of-three who tried to kill a prostitute was jailed for 17 years after being identified by his scorpion tattoo.

Fri, 09:54
London Ambulance Service has been recommended for special measures following a CQC report

London Ambulance Service rated inadequate and put into special measures by the CQC

Thu, 15:52
Ashley Walters at the launch of the Radio 1 and 1Xtra Academy at Stoke Newington School in 2012. Picture: Carmen Valino

Rapper and actor Ashley Walters will appear at crown court over two accusations of threatening behaviour and one of racially aggravated harassment in Upper Street’s Hilton Hotel on May 3.

Thu, 13:16
The man police want to trace

A woman’s body was left with cuts after a man wearing a straw trilby hat allegedly attacked her with a fluorescent light tube after their dogs got into a fight in Hoxton.

Thu, 12:16
An artist's impression of the Tiger Way development, bordering Hackney Downs

Parents with youngsters at two primaries are in turmoil since it was announced the schools have been earmarked for demolition.

Thu, 09:29
Shoreditch Park and the Brittania Leisure Centre are under threat from development of the Crossrail project

Hackney Council has slammed plans for Crossrail 2 which involve the demolition of Britannia Leisure Centre or the imposition of a two-storey structure in Shoreditch Park after six years churning it up.

Wed, 17:05

Hackney Council has failed to share the results of a road survey completed seven months ago, which they say proves the necessity of shutting off 16 roads in London Fields to through traffic.


Yesterday, 17:59

Orient boss watched side concede late on to London rivals after John Marquis had earned a red card in the 58th minute at Brisbane Road

Yesterday, 17:04
Leyton Orient players celebrate after Jay Simpson scores again (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Sky Bet League Two: Leyton Orient 1 AFC Wimbledon 1

Yesterday, 10:00
Leyton Orient forward Jay Simpson celebrates with Ollie Palmer after scoring against Plymouth Argyle (pic: Simon O'Connor).

League Two top goalscorer Jay Simpson a doubt for match at Brisbane Road

Fri, 16:00
Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic Simon O'Connor).

The O’s head coach looks ahead to London derby and praises Brisbane Road supporters

Fri, 12:00
Leyton Orient captain Mathieu Baudry points to his black armband in memory of those that lost their lives in Paris on November 13 (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Frenchman discusses Wimbledon clash, Cole Kpekawa and performance at Plymouth

Fri, 11:56
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Former Tottenham and Chelsea midfielder Micky Hazard says Blues manager Jose Mourinho has lacked dignity this season and believes the Portuguese could benefit from showing greater humility.

Thu, 20:00
Mauricio Pochettino (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Harry Kane fired Tottenham into the knockout stages of the Europa League as they finally overcame stubborn Group J minnows Qarabag 1-0 in Baku.

Thu, 19:50
Maksim Medvedev of Qarabag challenged by Christian Eriksen  (Photo by Epsilon/Getty Images)

Spurs beat Qarabag 1-0 to qualify for the Europa League last 16 in Azerbaijan, here’s how we rated the players.

Thu, 18:36
Surrey winners of the Division 2 LV County Championship  (Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images)

English cricket will break with tradition in 2016 after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced a new rule which will see the forsaking of the toss.


Yesterday, 09:03

A stroll through the Dalston Rio proves an electric success, says Greg Wetherall.

Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Billy Magnusson in Bridge of Spie. Picture: Jaap Buitendijk/DreamWorks

Another safe offering from Stephen Spielberg is saved by the performances of its two leading stars, says Michael Joyce.

A Collection of Small Choices at Hoxton Hall. Picture: Minyung Im

Past voices of Hoxton Hall make for a unique and humbling experience, says David Winskill.

Black Friday will see shoppers stock up on Christmas gifts at a reduced price ahead of the festive season.

Reportedly the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday will see shoppers stock up on Christmas gifts and electrical goods at a reduced price ahead of the festive season. Here we share the discounts on offer at Great British Life available 27 - 30 November 2015

View from the Ferris wheel at last year's Winterville

A sprawling festive town filled with seasonal feasts, markets and entertainment has sprung up in Victoria Park for the second year running.

Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Dormer in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. Picture: Murray Close

This admirably political blockbuster frustrates through its uncertain stagger towards a conclusion, writes Michael Joyce.

Tell Spring

This documentary about the Afghan National Army shows soldiers facing the same problems as Western forces, but its fragmented style frustrates, says Michael Joyce.

The London Souls, Here Come The Girls

Rocking, soulful, recorded in London... but where are the girls, asks Stephen Moore.

Steve Jobs. Picture: Universal Pictures

The biopic of Apple’s great revolutionary still leaves Michael Joyce with little idea why this control freak inspired such devotion.

Flight Club. Picture: Clevershot

With better prices than similar venues like All Star Lanes or Bounce, this innovative Moorgate bar should prove a hit with young Londoners, says Alex Bellotti.

Album review: Ellie Goulding - Delirium

Sunday, November 15, 2015
Ellie Goulding, Delirium

Striking former elfin-folk singer shoots for planet power-pop, says Stephen Moore.

Buen Ayre in Broadway Market

There’s no better eulogy for Argentinean restaurant Buen Ayre than for a native to brand it the ‘most authentic and best’ he knows in London.

Judi Dench (Paulina) and Kenneth Branagh (Leontes) in The Winter's Tale. Picture: Johan Persson

Women triumph in Branagh’s starry rep, but it risks offering more to the actors than its audience, says Marianka Swain.

Kansas Smitty's. Picture: Rah Petherbridge

Zoe Paskett talks to Giacomo Smith, whose band bought the bar earlier this year to establish their own community.

Henrietta Imoreh in Electric. Picture: Catherine Ashmore

Ahead of their new show, Electric, Zoe Paskett talks to the company about opening their doors to care leavers.

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