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A man is recovering in hospital after being stabbed in Stamford Hill last night.

The 1975 have set a date for their huge one-day show in Finsbury Park, which was originally scheduled to take place this summer.

A charity which helps suicidal men has fast tracked its plans to open in Hackney, to help respond to the mental health effects of the coronavirus crisis in London.

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man in connection with two sexual offences.

Three members of a Stoke Newington gang supplying crack cocaine and heroin - which is thought could have made as much as £646,000 in six months - have been jailed.

A 13-year-old boy who kicked two police officers during an alleged group attack which was filmed and shared on social media has been handed a referral order.

Arts organisations in Hackney have been given over a million pounds from the Arts Council to stave off financial collapse over the summer.

The Rio Cinema is hoping to “open with a bang” in August, following central government announcing a £1.6bn bailout for the arts sector.

Another man and woman have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of Oluwamayowa ‘Samson’ Adeyemi on the Nightingale Estate.

A 20-year-old man is in hospital after being stabbed in Upper Clapton.

Leona Lewis sourced pictures of hospital staff from the Whittington, where she was born, and Homerton, where she grew up, for her cover version of ‘Angels’, which she has released to raise money for the NHS in its battle against coronavirus.

A supported internship scheme with Hackney Council and Homerton Hospital to support young people with learning disabilities and autism into work has seen 17 young people graduate despite the unprecedented challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Detectives have charged five youths from Hackney over the stabbing of a teenager on Green Lanes Walk in Manor House on April 6.

A man in his 20s is being treated in hospital after he was stabbed in Clarence Road yesterday afternoon.

A man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a university student while he was wearing a dress and a silver wig.

Hackney Council is taking action through the courts to temporarily ban drinking alcohol in London Fields.

Hackney Council has resumed face-to-face registration services - but has warned there is a “significant backlog” of 2,000 births and 500 marriage ceremonies - after coronavirus restrictions forced them to close for the past three months.

The Hackney Empire has raised over £27,000 since launching a crowdfunder yesterday to help it weather the coronavirus pandemic, which it has dubbed “the biggest challenge in its 120 year history”.

The head of the project to rebuild an incinerator to burn all of north London’s waste refused MP Sir Iain Duncan Smith’s request today that he carry out a cost review of the £1.2bn project, even though its cost has doubled since last July.

A video has emerged in which the woman leading the government’s commission on racial inequality challenges a Black youth on whether the use of the “N word” is different from calling someone “fat”, and questions whether he is playing the victim.

Two teenage brothers have been convicted of attacking a rabbi who had been visiting the UK from Israel.

Another man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of Oluwamayowa Adeyemi on the Nightingale Estate.

Cinema trustees have warned ‘difficult decisions’ lie ahead in wake of the coronavirus pandemic, as another campaign to ‘Save The Rio’ has been launched to oust them.

Thomas J Price and Veronica Ryan have been commissioned to create the first permanent public sculptures to to honour the Windrush Generation in the UK, which will be unveiled next year.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information after parked cars on the Morningside Estate were hit by bullets.

Hackney Council is set to reveal the winner of a major new artwork which will be be commissioned for the Town Hall Square on Monday, in the highlight of its annual Windrush festival.

Politicians and community leaders have spoken out against the “systemic racial injustices and hatred that blights our communities” on the third anniversary of the Finsbury Park terror attack.

An online concert to remember those who have lost their lives in the Covid-19 pandemic is being hosted by the Speaker of Hackney tomorrow night.

Parents are being urged to keep up to date with their children’s vaccinations during the coronavirus pandemic since uptake went down by over a third since lockdown.

The GMB has apologised for using an image of Scrooge at a Christmas protest at Homerton Hospital.

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