With the Premier League season nearly upon us today sees the return of our popular series Friday Fanzone where we quiz loyal Gooners about their views on all things Arsenal. Read on for Pierre Hertin from the Sweden Arsenal supporters club and their banner, an Arsenal trophy prompting his first taste of alcohol – and the best answer we’ve had so far to ‘what’s your biggest scrape as a fan’...

Chris Clark gives his thoughts on events taking place this summer regarding Spurs

A heavy-going covers album that takes its songs deeper into the darkness.

England 5 Argentina 2

England left-back has not played for the club since January, but appears to be making good progress

England suffer semi-final loss

Friday, July 21, 2017

Maddie Hinch makes several fine saves, but it isn’t enough to send them through to final

England 4 India 1

Organised by the Illustrated World Series (IWS), the annual championship revolves around a live tournament

New chairman of National League club discusses partner and how he started thinking about buying Orient over two years ago

Stoke Newington author and journalist Jonathan Freedland talks to Zoe Paskett about his new book, To Kill the President under nom de plume Sam Bourne

Ron Miller, 85, fought in the Korean War aged just 18, and has been ‘living bravely with his war wounds’ ever since. Emma Bartholomew recounts his story of the ‘forgotten war’.

What started off in 2000 as a local festival for filmmakers living and working in east London has now expanded to present the best of British and international cinema, while still staying true to its roots

Zoe Paskett talks to author Wendy Jones and campaigner and Women’s Equality Party candidate Nimco Ali, both speaking at Stoke Newington Literary Festival

The Working Women’s Bus Tour is the fourth and final instalment of A Hackney Autobiography, which contains audio tours inspired by the bookshop and publisher Centerprise. Emma Bartholomew reports.

It’s my last week of training for the Hackney Half Marathon (I’m running with the Gazette team and we are fundraising for Hackney Winter Night Shelter), writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

Rev Paul Turp will retire next year after three decades’ service at St Leonard’s Church in Shoreditch. He tells Emma Bartholomew his story

It was a dilapidated house in Baalbec Road, Highbury Fields that inspired Sally Emerson’s novel Fire Child

Pc Neil Parham has spent four years fighting terrorism in Hackney by building better bonds with community leaders. The Gazette joins him for his final shift at the Masjid-e-Quba mosque in Stamford Hill

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW tests out Randy’s chicken wings in Hackney Wick to see how they fare against the Canadian dream

Two hundred anti-fascist protesters flocked to Kingsland Road on Saturday morning to march against the controversial LD50 art gallery.

Artists and campaigners will march on a controversial Dalston art gallery this weekend because they claim it supports neo-Nazis.

In Depth at Unit 5 Gallery is a collection of sculpture, installation and three dimensional works that shine a light on the world of street art sculpture, bringing together the work of more than 20 artists from around the globe.

A gold medallist at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games is inspiring the next generation of rowers at a Hackney secondary school.

Approaching 8,000 people in Diane Abbott’s Hackney North and Stoke Newington constituency have backed a petition urging the government not to let US president Donald Trump visit the Queen.

Banners bearing messages of “solidarity and common humanity” that were made at Mare Street’s Five Points brewery warehouse have been dropped from all 10 major bridges across the Thames to mark Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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