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Thirty years ago this week, the Gazette launched its Friday Live entertainment guide – some of you might remember it.

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On Sunday I set out on a reconnaissance mission, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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I couldn’t help mixed feelings on hearing about the Dalston hit and run last week that has left a pedestrian with critical injuries after a collision with a cyclist on an e-bike, writes Kevin O’Sullivan, principal solicitor, Cycle Legal Solicitors, Stoke Newington.

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Which of the following do you think TfL should have approached the Gazette about?

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I am interested to learn if I am imagining things or whether there are really more helicopters overhead recently, writes Max Kalis, Barnsbury, full address supplied.

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London is one of the safest cities in the world, but it is unacceptable that women are still subjected to startling rates of sexual harassment and assault in the night time economy, writes Jennette Arnold OBE AM.

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The council has been emphatic: there is nothing structurally wrong with Bridport House.

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Public confidence in the Police Complaints Authority and then the Independent Police Complaints Commission was undermined by their lack of resources to employ enough people, of whom too many were ex-policemen with inevitable loyalty to their former colleagues, write Mary Pimm and Nik Wood, Gore Road, Hackney.

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The stillness of an early morning on the weekend – before the cars have begun to disturb the peace up the A1, but after the last freight trains have barged their way through the Dalston night; the last fox slinking behind the shed and the first gulls barking awake amid the chimneypots, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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