Fake Turins returned to the stage at Paper Dress Vintage, in Hackney, after a long lockdown break.

Police have launched a probe after Hackney’s public advisory group chair resigned following revelations his daughter’s wedding took place in Golders Green during lockdown.

A small group of friends from east London have teamed up with volunteer chefs to bring nutritious meals to staff at Homerton Hospital.

Absenteeism in Hackney’s waste services during the coronavirus pandemic is both lower than the national average and lower than the borough itself would usually expect.

A music events company in Shoreditch is responding to the coronavirus pandemic by raising money for its artists through online sessions.

Campaigners are sounding the alarm over the impact of coronavirus on families with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

Three Hackney primary schools have smashed their crowdfunding target of £10,000 to raise funds for pupils without access to remote learning.

A tattoo artist is inking himself every day during the coronavirus lockdown – until he runs out of space on his body.

There were 93 incidents of anti-Semitic hate crime in Hackney last year, the second most of any London borough and an increase of 38 per cent.

Hackney Council last week disinvited Home Office representatives from an upcoming advice session for Windrush victims after deciding their presence could “do more harm than good”.

A cyclist accused of killing a pedestrian while riding an electric bicycle in Kingsland High Street was travelling more than 10mph over the speed limit, a court has heard.

Three-piece rock band, Cagework, are making waves in the live-music venues of Hackney, and now there are rumours of a second album on the horizon.

Hackney has the fourth highest rate of knife crime resulting in injury in London, and the fifth highest rate of knife crime overall, the latest figures show.

Caroline Flack told police she would kill herself after she allegedly assaulted her boyfriend in December.

A church in Shoreditch rich in Shakespearean heritage is to celebrate its completed restoration work.

Growing up in Hackney, Zed Nelson would complain about it becoming a hipster epicentre, but then he would catch his reflection in the window of a cafe and see himself with a flat white and his silver laptop.

Ridley Road Market will run seven days a week until March, the council has announced.

Hackney City Farm’s zero-packaging farm shop is cheaper than Sainsbury’s across a range of healthy options.

Huge cursive graffiti saying: “The illusion of democracy” will finally be removed from a luxury apartment complex overlooking Dalston Kingsland station.

A Hackney craft studio is running free workshops this weekend to teach people how to sew bat-wraps and joey-pouches for animals injured in the Australian wildfires.

Hackney Council is seeking to bring railway arches in the struggling Hackney Walk fashion district back into use.

Review: Tonkotsu, Shoreditch

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Forget fish and chips - ramen is warming, comforting fast food at its finest.

All Hackney South and Shoreditch candidates attended the Extinction Rebellion Climate hustings at The Urswick School on Thursday night.

Members of the public have given their feedback on £2million plans to improve Shoreditch Park, leaving Hackney Council to balance a range of conflicting interests.

A record number of babies in Hackney and the City have not had their primary vaccinations yet, according to NHS data.

In the summer just past I spent some quiet days on islands in the middle of the North Atlantic. It was there that after a gap of sixty nine years I started to reflect on my childhood days in Shoreditch.

Campaigners on a Stoke Newington estate have hit out at their housing association landlord for its handling of a redevelopment plan.

Business owners on Hoxton’s New Era Estate have spoken of their sadness at being forced out of their units ahead of demolition work.

Children as young as six quizzed Diane Abbott on everything from Boris Johnson to education funding and post-Brexit European travel yesterday afternoon.

A highly respected former Scotland Yard sergeant plundered thousands of pounds in cash from the homes of the recently deceased, a court heard


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