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The London Assembly Member representing Hackney has warned that “unconscious bias” in this year’s A Level grading system could disadvantage BAME students.

Diners in north London and across the UK are enjoying a half-price discount on restaurant meals.

The time has come for students around Hackney to open their A Level results this morning.

A famous Hackney market has reopened to customers for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown came into force.

A man suffered a head injury in a fight near Finsbury Park and had to be taken to hospital.

Through-traffic closures are set to be implemented in an area of Stoke Newington, despite the majority of residents opposing the scheme in a consultation.

Broadway Market is set to reopen this week using a coronavirus-secure plan.

A Hackney nursery has called for tougher action to stop cars speeding down its road.

A Hackney man was left searching for answers after the AA took his car for diagnostics and did not bring it back.

A Hackney mum who was evicted during the coronavirus lockdown has been given access to her home once again.

A Dalston pub is looking to fundraise £10,000 to weather the coronavirus storm.

Demonstrators calling for youth services to be better funded by the government are holding a protest and talent showcase on the border of Islington and Hackney.

Construction work on a group of “genuinely affordable” new homes in Hackney has begun.

Experts at Oxford University have created an online tool to pinpoint the local areas most at risk from a second wave of coronavirus, including in north London.

Firefighters are investigating a fire that broke out in a flat in Lower Clapton.

Two teenagers have been sentenced and given a curfew after launching a racist attack on a rabbi in Hackney.

Well-known Hackney musicians organised a 252-hour drumathon to raise money for the NHS.

A Hackney music project is one of five grassroots initiatives to receive funding from a partnership in its pilot year.

Hackney creatives hit hard by the coronavirus crisis are set to be employed in local projects.

The founder of a Hackney charity has reportedly been forced to fight off a mugger while on a working trip to Spain.

An independent Shoreditch music venue is set to be transformed into a cycle storage space during the coronavirus pandemic.

Environmental campaigners have been transporting supplies to the HS2 protesters camping in trees.

Swimmers have been warned against wading into the Hackney Marshes river or risk catching diseases and disturbing the wildlife.

An action plan to tackle anti-social behaviour around Finsbury Park is in the pipeline.

Environmentally-conscious residents have been litter picking at their local Hackney green, and are asking for others to follow suit.

A man who stabbed his victim four times in a “brutal” Hackney attack has been jailed for 14 years.

A driver has been left to pick up a bill worth thousands of pounds after a tree fell onto his car in Hackney.

Profits from a Hoxton bakery and pizzeria have been funding a soup kitchen during the coronavirus pandemic.

A development blueprint for the whole of Hackney has received a green light from the government, with modifications.

A Hackney mum has felt forced to sofa-surf with her three-year-old daughter amid a long-running homelessness dispute with the council.

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