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This column originally appeared in the Gazette on February 16, 2017.

Gazette letters: River Lea and M&S

Saturday, March 17, 2018

I have written today to the chief executives of the Environment Agency and the Canal and River Trust having seen little in the way of effective action from either of these agencies to tackle the oil spill on the River Lea, writes Cllr Ian Rathbone, Lea Bridge ward.

A bumper mother’s day celebration at Tyssen Community School saw 160 mums through the doors on Friday.

A bizarre row has erupted over whose job it is to clean the filthy old public toilets outside Sainsbury’s in Stamford Hill.

Each week the Gazette takes to the streets to find a start-up business right here in Hackney. This week, we discovered the miso brand whose HQ is in London Fields.

A notorious mugger who prowled Stoke Newington threatening to shoot and stab children if they didn’t give him their pocket money has been jailed.

A man who gave minders the slip while on leave from a secure mental health unit in Green Lanes has handed himself in.

Two “delivery men” found with £49,000 inside a sealed shoebox have been handed jail terms – but one of them has already served more time in prison than required whilst waiting to be sentenced.

Sainsbury’s has angered campaigners by making a fresh bid to open a second shop in Blackstock Road.

The private members’ club empire Soho House is eyeing up the derelict Wilmer Place development in Stoke Newington High Street for its hip restaurant chains.

Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has vowed to work with Hackney Council to hire local people at its new Woodberry Down store after the deputy mayor raised concerns.

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