Karen Hills’ Spurs team entertain Durham Women FC on Sunday afternoon at Cheshunt FC for an FA Girls’ Football Week special
The forward was disappointed with the loss at Culver Road, but confident the team can bounce back strongly against Oxford United Women
Niall Weir has been vicar of St Paul’s West Hackney since 2003 and “God was a lad”.
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies made it back-to-back wins last Thursday to reward the hard work the squad has been putting in all season
The defender had an eventful game last weekend against Doncaster Rovers Belles after ending the 3-0 defeat in goal
The 19-year-old, who spent five years at O’s, was part of the Seagulls squad which travelled to Middlesbrough on Saturday, but didn’t make the bench
The 22-year-old has agreed a contract until the summer of 2020, but has returned to Rocks on loan for the rest of the campaign
Arsenal take on Sunderland in the quarter-finals of the FA Women’s Super League Continental Tyres Cup on Sunday in the hope of replicating their 3-0 victory over the Black Cats in November.
The O’s will make the trip up to the Hawthorns with confidence while the Baggies have struggled for wins in recent months
Bridget Galton talks to actor Ian McDiarmid about playing vilified MP Enoch Powell and whether there might be a Star Wars spin off for his evil emperor Darth Sidious
Emma Bartholomew visits the Three Compasses in Dalston to try out the burgers from their new resident chefs, GoneBurger
An affordable bike-sharing platform has been rolled out in Hackney with the backing of the town hall.
Lee Valley Lions will begin their 2017-18 National League season with a trip to face capital rivals Haringey Huskies at Alexandra Palace on Saturday, September 16.
The streets are quiet in August, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
Celtics to face Philadelphia 76s in January 2018
Potter, Past and Present is a literary conference with added oak matured mead
O’s fan Keith Crossman discusses his relationship with the Brisbane Road club and the recent disappointing years
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.
Some of the NFL’s biggest names were in London today to kick off the NFL UK Live Tour.
Simon Callow, Matt Berry, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal, Charlotte Ritchie and Lily Cole talk to Zoe Paskett about working on the 70s comedy classic at Trafalgar Studios
Artist Dale Grimshaw talks to Zoe Paskett about his exhibition raising awareness for the situation in West Papua
Hackney’s shoplifting hotspots have been revealed in a survey.
On March 8, a number of events are celebrating women through film, including Century: 10 women x 10 decades, a series of portraits of life in London
The O’s midfielder apologises profusely to ball boy and Plymouth Argyle for incident on Tuesday night
I looked back on the last 12 months at the Brisbane Road club for our ‘Year in Sport’ pull-out this week
Comedian Harry Shearer and singer Judith Owen talk to Zoe Paskett about meeting through Spinal Tap, embracing a sing-a-long, Donald Trump and making Christmas great again
Thousands of rush-hour commuters may be enduring soul destroying journeys on a regular basis, but transport bosses insist there’s no problem with Finsbury Park station.
Find out what Sammy Moore, Michael Clark and Freddy Moncur have got up to over the past week
Former Republic of Ireland under-21 international agrees deal until January while Freddy Moncur moves to Bishop’s Stortford on loan
Find out how Sammy Moore, Michael Clark, Freddy Moncur and Sam Roach have been getting on over the past week
Find out how Sammy Moore, Michael Clark, Josh Doherty, Freddy Moncur and Sam Roach have been getting on at other clubs over the past week
Andy Edwards will hope FA can overturn decision by referee Charles Breakspear on Tuesday night
A doctor-turned-author who treated Roald Dahl toward the end of his life visited Simon Marks Primary School on Tuesday to celebrate what would have been the author’s 100th birthday.
Former Rotherham United forward full of praise for O’s supporters and wants to give them more to cheer at Brunton Park
Priestly’s play set in a Wodehouse-esque down at heel country house wraps the audience in a blanket of familiar characters and startlingly funny lines.
Striker discusses his partnership with Paul McCallum and lauds performance of Morecambe goalkeeper Barry Roche
The Oxford upstarts bring more cool beats and heat to the party with their sophomore album.
Discovered by Paul Epworth, Joe Seaward of Glass Animals speaks to Zoe Paskett about their latest album, How To Be a Human Being
Having supported the likes of Michael Kiwanuka, Lianne La Havas and Laura Mvula, the 24-year-old brings understated charisma to a sold out venue.
Goals of the 25-year-old earned U’s five crucial points in just 17 appearances last year and definitely looks talented
Forward scored seven times for Oxford United last year to help them gain promotion from League Two
Peter Phillips has spent 40 years perfecting the Tallis Scholar’s distinctive rich polyphonic purr to run like a well oiled machine.
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.
Last week there was an article in The Guardian about how Labour candidates in the last elections were like “middle class Ryanair passengers,” trying to suppress their metropolitan squeamishness while canvassing in traditional Labour areas.
With some warmer weather finally here, what better way to cool off after work than with a summery cocktail?
O’s correspondent looks back on what has occurred at Brisbane Road over the past month and what needs to happen next
Former captain at Brisbane Road discusses evening, seeing Martin Ling again and supporters reaction
A dinner to mark 10th anniversary of the successful 2005/06 campaign will take place at Brisbane Road
Over several decades as a reviewer, almost every aspect of theatre craft has advanced; other than wigs.
Are the Chinese inscrutable? Exotic? Alien? Or very like us?
To celebrate LGBT history month, Hackney resident Amanda talks about her journey to becoming a foster carer, with the council’s support and training.