A council tax officer who stole thousands of pounds from dead taxpayers is today behind bars.
Youngsters were challenged to design and build a huge Meccano-style entrance way for Sutton House to prove that children can be as capable and inventive as adults when it comes to architecture.
It’s been providing fun for the borough’s children since 1972 – but the iconic Hackney Playbus has made its last journey.
Hackney Council has sent letters to 19 councillors in the last five years “reminding” them about council tax arrears – but won’t say who they are.
A soprano pipistrelle was one of three species of bats whose noise was recorded on Saturday evening at a festival dedicated to the species.
The former London Fields pub in Mare Street will reopen as members club Martello Hall after an application was approved by councillors on Thursday.
EMMA BARTHOLOMEW catches up with Anna Fiorentini, whose drama pupils are about to celebrate 15 years at Hackney Empire with a gala.
Three men have been convicted of stealing “lifesaving” firefighters’ equipment worth more than £100,000.
A woman has been treated for smoke inhalation following a fire in Hackney Central this afternoon.
Former Chateuroux striker has agreed a one-year deal and ‘can’t wait’ to play at Brisbane Road
Academy graduate departs Brisbane Road having made 22 appearances for east Londoners in all competitions
29-year-old has enjoyed strong start to new campaign, but Brisbane Road club apparently seem happy to let him leave for the right price
21-year-old was sensational at times against Stevenage and has now scored once and registered four assists in five games vs Boro in the last two years
Experienced boss talks about last season’s top goalscorer, new signing Teddy Mezague and Sean Clohessy
Most of the lads have got some relaxation over the last week or two – and now we’re re-energised and ready for the big push.
English Football League Trophy Southern Group G: Leyton Orient 3 Stevenage 1
O’s captain Robbie Weir set to make first appearance in two weeks and will hope to show he is back to full fitness now
O’s League Two rivals Stevenage make trip to Brisbane Road for second time this month for Southern Group G fixture
Things To Come stars acting institution Isabelle Huppert but it lacks deeper meaning
The Oxford upstarts bring more cool beats and heat to the party with their sophomore album.
Currently playing the role of the genie in the second series, the Hackney resident says that the show represents a diverse range of cultures and religions.
The high-speed lyrical wit and richly layered variations means it will – appropriately enough – reward endless repeat trips.
Benjamin Till’s fourth album, The Pepys Motet, is based on the work of the diarist and is due to be released on September 2.
The Philippines and UK celebrate 70 years of diplomatic relations, and the Shaw Thearre’s Marco Polo charts the explorers journey
Despite not growing up with Elvis on her musical radar, Zoey Goto has devoted the past two and a half years to finding out about his style
The National Youth Theatre’s production Brass at the Hackney Empire, tells of a brass band who sign up, and the women they leave behind.
Jonah Hill and Miles Teller star in War Dogs, a black comedy about two gunrunners who made a fortune procuring weapons for the US military
Discovered by Paul Epworth, Joe Seaward of Glass Animals speaks to Zoe Paskett about their latest album, How To Be a Human Being
Pedro Almodovar returns to the screen in Julieta, based on short stories by Nobel prize winner Alice Munro.
Intertwining music and poetry, Jazz Verse Jukebox has a strong track record of pushing musical boundaries.
It may be widely known as a film, but Steel Magnolias translates well to the intimate setting of The Hope Theatre.
Local residents are being encouraged to explore Islington’s waterworks as part of the 30th Angel Canal Festival.
The delights of Mottram Hall’s luxury hotel and spa are just a two hour train ride away from London.