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A yellow warning has been issued as weather settles in which might cause icy stretches and travel disruption overnight into Wednesday morning.

A Clapton artist is launching a new comic fair in September to showcase the creativity across Hackney.

Culinary students put their skills to the test alongside professional chefs at a new Hoxton restaurant.

A Haggerston woman who went through a life-changing surgery is giving back by fundraising for the hospital that saved her.

A key figure in the truce between rival Los Angeles gangs the Bloods and Crips has been trying to try and tackle violence in London for the last 15 years.

A Stoke Newington GP surgery is shutting down because the doctor says he is sick and tired of the demands of local NHS chiefs.

An award-winning Hackney basketball player will do a full court press on his education after winning a scholarship to the US.

A man has been jailed for 20 weeks after causing criminal damage to the Stamford Hill Library on Tuesday morning.

A family’s cherished vintage car that survived the war was stolen in the early hours of Monday morning near Broadway Market.

A man was charged with criminal damage to the Stamford Hill Library on Tuesday morning.

The “world’s oldest comedian” performed a dog-centric set at a charity event in Stoke Newington on Saturday.

New electric vehicle (EV) charging points in Newington Green are causing problems, because anyone can park next to them.

Gymnastics coach Walid Chader once feared his English wasn’t good enough to teach even a handful of kids at Queensbridge sports centre.

An east London women’s organisation teamed up with Stoke Newington’s Luminary Bakery to flush out poverty by “twinning toilets” in Pakistan.

Hoxton music pub The Macbeth faces closure after getting hit with a licence review in the same week bosses signed a new 13 year lease.

A start-up manga brand is set to publish its first series of comics after smashing its fundraising target in just nine days.

A man who fell 200 metres off a mountain and suffered life-threatening injuries is cycling to Paris to raise money for the volunteer organisation that saved him.

A Clapton man is rallying the community in a campaign against the whitewashing, or make that grey-washing, of the storied pink tower block Landmark Heights.

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