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May 24 2013 Latest news:
A specialist decontaminating machine which would be deployed in the event of a dirty bomb attack in the City will be moved out of Hackney and six miles out of the capital if draft fire plans are implemented, it has emerged.
A fundraiser who was planning to cycle over 300 miles for charity has had his bike stolen just weeks before the ride.
Nine Stamford Hill residents pose with the fruits of their labours after graduating from a food-safety course.
Another man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, following a fatal stabbing in Jessam Avenue, Upper Clapton.
Care Quality Commission inspectors have found private company Harmoni guilty of running the out-of-hours (OOH) GP service for Hackney with so few doctors they are potentially placing patient’s safety at risk.
The inspirational woman who came up with a vision of a bee-keeping social enterprise The Golden Company to help disenfranchised young people has been nominated as an unsung local hero.
A former library and iconic Hackney landmark which has seen the likes of music stars Leona Lewis, Labrinth and Rudimental come through its doors, will turn 100 this month.
A landlord has been fined £3,000 for renting out a property to 13 tenants in Hackney without meeting safety requirements.
Brook Community Primary School parents are up in arms about the military-style uniform drills they say have been imposed on their children since the head of Mossbourne Academy took over the helm.
Neighbours’ attempts to rally round and save Ozan Garage in Batley Place, which has been in the community for 22 years have failed.
The Local Audit and Accountability Bill will clamp down on tax-payer funded council papers and “deliver the Coalition agreement pledge to impose tougher rules to protect the independent free press from unfair competition by town hall newspapers and propaganda.”
A brave young woman is sharing her personal story of domestic abuse to help raise awareness as well as thousands of pounds for its victims in the process.
The “single most difficult thing to pull off” in terms of Olympic legacy, according to London Mayor Boris Johnson, was cracked last week, when a billion pound deal to secure the future of the £295m taxpayer-funded Olympic media centre was signed, with a promise of 4,500 jobs and a Tech City legacy.
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