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Yesterday, 16:02

Hackney Council has urged Transport for London to scrap a series of “unacceptable” cuts to bus services that would see the 48 shelved completely and several others scaled back.

Yesterday, 18:34

A late-running librarian from Stamford Hill who made a “ridiculous” bomb hoax call so he could catch his flight at Gatwick has been jailed.

Yesterday, 17:39

The Urswick School staff and students celebrated a 100per cent pass rate on A-levels results day this morning.

Yesterday, 16:57

Students at The Petchey Academy are moving on to great things but said the new A-level tests are “pretty hard” and “stressful”.

Yesterday, 16:57

Clapton Girls’ Academy is “likely” to be in the top 10per cent of sixth forms in the country after celebrating another “amazing” batch of A-level and BTEC results.

Yesterday, 16:41

A quarter of students at Stoke Newington School bagged either an A* or an A when they opened their A-level results this morning – a new record.

Yesterday, 16:39

Cheery 236 bus driver Nelson Campos tells the Gazette why he loves his current route between Islington and Hackney – and reminisced about working for the home office, courts and the police.

Yesterday, 16:33

The headteacher of a Dalston Academy says her kids have done “brilliantly” after 73 per cent of pupils gained at least three A* to C grades in their A-levels.

Yesterday, 16:06

A Mossbourne Community Academy teenager has bagged stellar A-level results this morning despite breaking leg three days before exams.

Sport

Yesterday, 21:18

Essex beat Middlesex by six wickets with four balls remaining after chasing down the home side’s victory target of 211 at a packed Lord’s on Thursday evening.

Yesterday, 16:00

A piece from our Kick-Off pullout, where we preview the new National League season for Leyton Orient

Yesterday, 15:44

Read Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif’s latest column in the aftermath of Unai Emery’s Emirates debut which resulted in a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, as he says: Keep Calm and Carry On

Bayer Leverkusen’s official English language Twitter account may have done Petr Cech a favour after they trolled him following mistakes against Manchester City on Sunday.

Yesterday, 14:00

The Argentinean playmaker impressed during pre-season before suffering a muscle problem

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has been speaking ahead of his side’s trip across London to Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Read on for more.

Yesterday, 12:00

Marvin Ekpiteta has stepped up to the plate in the absence of the experienced defender

Yesterday, 11:52

Ainsley Maitland-Niles has broken his leg it has been revealed.

Yesterday, 09:00

Lee Valley Lions have announced the signing of netminder Aaron Mallet and defenceman Joe Trotter ahead of the 2018/19 National League South Two season.

Hidden Homeless Campaign

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Psychotic residents banging on doors in the middle of the night, drug dealing, prostitution and excrement in the corridor. Now a health watchdog has slammed dire conditions in Hackney homeless hostels. Emma Youle reports

Hackney Council has been forced to apologise to a single mum and offer her a payout after bungling her homeless application.

Homeless hostels are making huge demands on police resources in Hackney with thousands of call-outs for rowdy behaviour, violent assaults and missing people, the Gazette can reveal.

Entertainment

Friday, August 10, 2018

You won’t be leaving your pizza crusts behind when it comes to Yard Sale’s latest guest chef collaboration.

The festival, arranged by Hoxton Mini Press, will see a range of celebrated photographers give talks at D&AD between August 17 and 19.

A selection of actors, singers, dancers and musicians have joined up to produce Legacy, which will run at Hackney Empire on Friday, August 10.

The fun is just starting this-morning at east London’s Victoria Park for a family day out.

Beautiful Allotment bring sustainable cocktails and BBQ food to a leafy new open-air hangout

Rum lovers – you may want to head down to your nearest Patty and Bun before the end of the month.

Reinvigorating classics and telling new stories: Grimeborn festival celebrates opera artists shaking up the genre

A meal out is never simply about food these days, with the trend for all things immersive spreading to the humble three course meal.

Anyone missing out on Yard Sale’s World Cup special is scoring an own goal.

The World Cup kicks off tonight. That means two things: a month of seriously dull football matches which remind you why international football isn’t very good, and restaurateurs flogging World Cup-themed burgers.

Farang has put Thai food on the map in Highbury Park in a former Italian trattoria. Emma Bartholomew visits with her family

Les Nenettes really comes into its own on a bright sunny day.

Hoxton Square pizzeria Radio Alice is showcasing five special pizzas created by guest chefs - with each running on the menu for just one week.

In what was their biggest headline show in the UK yet, The National once again proved they are the real deal.

Part Godfather, part screaming death metal demon, Samuel T Herring channels so many wildly divergent influences that it can be downright confusing to watch him.

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To celebrate LGBT history month, Hackney resident Amanda talks about her journey to becoming a foster carer, with the council’s support and training.

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