Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif met up with the highly-rated Ben Sheaf, who is impressing on loan at Stevenage. Read on for his in-depth feature on the talented midifielder.
The former owners of celebrity restaurant Beach Blanket Babylon have come under fire from ex-employees over allegations of unpaid wages, poor staff treatment and age discrimination.
The Duke of Cambridge quizzed recovering addicts about their thoughts on legalising drugs during a visit to a Shoreditch recovery charity today.
Friendly: Leyton Orient XI 1 Cambridge United XI 2
An affordable bike-sharing platform has been rolled out in Hackney with the backing of the town hall.
‘Very bright futures’ are on the horizon for students at Mossbourne Community Academy after a set of A-level results which showed a particular strength for maths.
The headteacher of Cardinal Pole Catholic School believes that yesterday’s A-level exam results have matched the sixth form’s “outstanding” Ofsted grading received earlier this year.
Celtics to face Philadelphia 76s in January 2018
Experienced central defender knows what to expect in the top flight of non-league football and is up for the challenge
Centre back is exactly the type of defender head coach Steve Davis wanted at Brisbane Road
Spurs set for busy week of action in the International Champions Cup and prepared to play familar faces
Hatfield youngster reflects on learning curve against Doncaster Rovers and playing with former academy team-mate Aron Pollock
The 31-year-old discusses final month of 2016/17 campaign where Orient were without a lot of senior players due to injury
LOFT set to meet with EFL today to discuss decision to suspend ticket sales to O’s fans after a number of concerns were raised by Blackpool
It has been a terrible campaign for Orient, but some of the recent sacrifices by certain senior professionals in 2017 should not be forgotten.
Kaylen Hinds is a young Arsenal footballer with the world at his feet.
Historian Prof Ged Martin documents the rise and fall of sootigine, a cheap and, as it turned out, pretty damaging fertiliser made in Hackney Downs in the 1880s.
The O’s will suffer relegation today if they lose and Hartlepool United and Cheltenham Town win their respective games
The 39-year-old discusses O’s current plight after Saturday’s match at the Abbey Stadium
George Sessions provides player ratings following the 3-0 defeat away to Cambridge United in League Two on Saturday
Aron Pollock, Michael Clark and Dan Happe did well at Abbey Stadium and battled valiantly despite their inexperience
O’s employees still haven’t received their wages for March and according to their Italian chairman it is down to a new bank account
Gavin Massey one of many Leyton Orient players absent for today’s match due to injury
Orient will be without Gavin Massey this weekend and Tom Parkes plus the players and staff still haven’t been paid
Loan striker has struggled for game time since moving to Brisbane Road from Stevenage in January
O’s fans have backed the squad protesting by not playing this weekend’s match at Cambridge, but if they did so they would breach the terms in their contract
37-year-old discusses playing with three central defenders and wing-backs plus protecting O’s younger players
Ex-West Ham United forward was sent to the stands during first match in charge of east Londoners
Andy Edwards discusses 17-year-old striker, who is set to return from injury this weekend
Sammy Moore and Freddy Moncur return to Brisbane Road, but Michael Clark plus five current academy players are still on loan at non-league clubs
The O’s haven’t lost at home since Andy Edwards took charge on November 23, but Barnet visit east London in good form
O’s boss discusses January transfer window and Southend United register interest in Jay Simpson again
Andy Edwards will be without Jay Simpson at St James Park
17-year-old Sam Dalby could retain starting position for visit of the U’s
Former Oxford United midfielder looks ahead to New Years Eve clash with Cambridge United and discusses life under Andy Edwards
Cambridge United visit Brisbane Road before east Londoners have a long trip to Exeter City on January 2
Boxing and politics are often closely intertwined – and, at the pioneering gym run by Islington BC’s Ella Gilbert, it’s certainly difficult to separate them.
Hackney New School’s head teacher Lesley Falconer met with HRH The Duchess of Cambridge when she collected an award for the school’s commitment to pupil’s wellbeing.
Christmas is coming and it’s panto time, oh yes it is. We round up Hackney and Islington’s best festive family entertainment
High-achieving teenagers from six schools in Hackney walked in the footsteps of Nobel Prize winning mathematicians last week thanks to an outreach event at the University of Cambridge.
It seems in today’s world of cutting edge technology and entrepreneurial spirit, you can’t browse through a news site without reading about the latest start-up launch.
To celebrate LGBT history month, Hackney resident Amanda talks about her journey to becoming a foster carer, with the council’s support and training.