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We took a fair bit of ribbing on social media when we ran the grainy, blurred photo of Micha Birgitta’s attacker earlier this month.

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Since Sir John Betjeman helped found The Hackney Society in 1967, two years after a major re-draw of the metropolitan boundaries, one might well say a lot of progress has been made in improving the borough as a place to live and work, writes Nick Perry, chairman, Hackney Society.

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I wonder what Banksy would make of Hackney Council – the organisation that plastered over one of his paintings – being guest of honour at its restoration.

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Two young squirrels, stunned after a tumble, provided the week’s excitement, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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It took Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association a week to respond to our questions about Burbage House.

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Spider season – the slightest chill in the air and they come swarming indoors to enjoy our home comforts, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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It’s great to read about William Hone’s historic victory for press freedom in our heritage feature this week.

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Kim Briggs’ family are grieving for a young wife and mother. Her death was a heartbreaking shock I cannot pretend to imagine.

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I was thrilled to hear of the proposal to restore the Savoy cinema in Stoke Newington High Road, writes Terry Orford.

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I guess I was hoping the drain cleaner wouldn’t do anything.

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