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Four men have been charged after the North London Derby yesterday at the Emirates.

East London NHS Foundation Trust is to review its procedures on mental health referrals after a coroner gave a narrative verdict in an inquest into the death of Kamil Seroka.

A 20-year-old killed himself after his family had urged professionals to take action over his mental health, and neighbours had raised concerns with Hackney Council, an inquest heard on Friday.

The inquest into the death of Lewis Johnson in Clapton Common has been delayed by nearly a year, after the planned inquest has been postponed.

Overground ticket offices in Hackney are set to be decimated as a consultation has revealed plans to close 11 of them.

There’s some new kids on the block at Clissold Park, as two new goats have joined the rest of the enclosure.

The proposed new boundaries for Hackney’s constituencies are unchanged, after the final recommendations were published by the Boundary Commission this morning.

There are grounds to suspect the former director of Rosslyn Hill Ltd – which ran Shoreditch restaurant Beach Blanket Babylon – may be breaching a court order by helping run a restaurant business in Hampstead, the Gazette can reveal.

The developers behind the £900million Bishopsgate Goodsyard development are set to scrap the unpopular towers.

Cardinal Pole has secured top marks in its A Levels results, with 97 per cent getting A* to D and one student getting three A*s.

A man is fighting for his life after a violent assault in Glenarm Road yesterday afternoon.

Transport chiefs say they are looking for a way to make the 393 bus to Clapton Pond actually get to Clapton Pond after locals complained about it always terminating early.

The faith leader who successfully overturned senior coroner Mary Hassell’s “cab-rank” system has criticised her new draft policy to consider every death in inner north London for possible fast-tracking.

Five good causes have been awarded £7,500 in donations because of the Hackney’s recycling record.

Youth charity Hackney Quest is celebrating after reaching the £20,000 fundraising target to save it from possible closure.

“I got it wrong. I got it completely wrong. I’m so sorry.”

Orthodox Jewish women have been recruited to help the council drive down food waste.

The High Court has told Camden Council it must pay at least £68,000 in legal fees after senior coroner Mary Hassell lost a court battle over how she treats deaths in Hackney, Islington, Camden and Tower Hamlets.

The senior coroner for inner north London Mary Hassell is set to hold a public consultation into the new policy for how she should deal with deaths in the area, but has only given people a matter of days to send in written submissions.

Haringey Council has confirmed it will be looking to increase anti-homelessness funding to tackle rough sleeping in Stroud Green Road, after the borough’s provision was criticised.

Jewish and Muslim communities in north London were celebrating this morning as judges quashed senior coroner Mary Hassell’s “cab-rank” system of dealing with deaths.

The long-running dispute between the senior coroner for inner north London, Mary Hassell and the area’s Jewish and Muslim communities might be coming to an end, as the decision will be given tomorrow on her refusal to prioritise burials.

With judges poised to make a ruling after last week’s judicial review, Harry Taylor looks back at the dispute between Mary Hassell and north London’s faith communities –and speaks to the families affected by her ‘cab-rank’ system

Police are offering a £20,000 reward for information into the killing of a hero who received a police bravery award.

The chief executive of a secular pressure group has backed under-fire inner north London senior coroner Mary Hassell, saying “religion shouldn’t be a trump card.”

A High Court judge today said the judicial review into senior coroner Mary Hassell’s refusal to prioritise religious people’s burials should be dealt with as soon as possible.

A judge has given the go-ahead for a judicial review into how deaths are dealt with by the senior coroner for Inner North London, Mary Hassell.

The Board of Deputies of British Jews has called for the dismissal of Inner North London’s senior coroner Mary Hassell after a “deeply disappointing” meeting with community leaders to discuss her refusal to respect Jewish burial requirements.

A religious group is threatening to take the north London coroner to court in a row about prioritising Jewish and Muslim burials.

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