A special needs school in Stamford Hill has received free broadband as part of a donation to support its work.

A recovery-focused drug and alcohol misuse service in Hackney has opened for the community.

A Black Lives Matter display in Hackney has been repeatedly damaged by graffiti vandals.

Walking routes charting Hackney’s African and Caribbean cultures through the ages will be published as part of the borough’s Black History Season.

Hackney Wick mural unveiled

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

A street artist’s work has been unveiled as the first in a series of murals to adorn Hackney Bridge.

A Shoreditch cab driver embarked on an international road trip to learn more about World War Two.

A Hackney director-turned-yogi is raising money for a variety of good causes with an ongoing schedule yoga classes.

People from Hackney, Islington, Brondesbury and Muswell Hill are part of a group to be charged after a environmental protest which delayed the printing of national newspapers.

A woman suffered a facial cut during a robbery in Stoke Newington this morning.

A Hackney MP has slammed the government for “failing” in its goal to remove all dangerous Grenfell Tower cladding and “condemning” residents to “lives of stress and fear”.

A Hackney mum is worried “something terrible” will happen to her children while she waits for a window frame in her flat to be filled.

A study has found almost all north London respondents broke social distancing rules at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.

An anti-racism group held a vigil in Hackney to mark the opening of a murder trial into the death of a Black man in America.

Schoolchildren in Hackney and Islington whose learning has been interrupted by the pandemic have been benefiting from an intensive maths catch-up programme.

Bus lanes in Hackney and Islington will become operational 24/7 as part of a trial to encourage public transport use as the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted.

Schemes to build more than 100 new homes on garages and car parks in Hoxton have been given the green light.

A man was stabbed when he tried to buy a car in Hackney this week.

Franki Berry speaks to Greenpeace UK programme director Pat Venditti for the Ham&High Podcast about the climate emergency and the power of direct action.

A man has been sentenced to 18 years in jail after attacking his ex-wife in a jealous rage in Hackney.

A Hackney man is among a group arrested and charged ahead of allegedly planned protests.

Islington and Hackney dealers who were posting packages of drugs all over the globe have been jailed for ten years.

Pupils all around Hackney are set to find out their GCSE grades this morning (August 20).

A police officer was knocked unconscious and hospitalised while making an arrest in Hackney.

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

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

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.


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