A Woodberry Down man is among members of an organised crime gang jailed for 30 years for dealing cocaine to City workers.

Hackney Council will not be sharing personal data of rough sleepers with the Home Office.

Seven Hackney Council workers were sacked last year following fraud probes, with another eight either resigning or leaving while under investigation.

A Haggerston man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a woman outside Oxford Circus Tube station.

Transport chiefs have announced plans for the first phase of a Cycleway scheme linking Dalston and Clapton - and say improvements to Lea Bridge Roundabout will follow.

Work has begun on Hackney Council's award-winning project to build 130 homes designed alongside the Charedi community in Stamford Hill.

Amended plans for redeveloping Ridley Road Shopping Village will see vital storage units for street traders kept on site.

Two Homerton men - including drill rapper Unknown T - have been charged with the murder of Steven Narvaez-Jara at an Old Street house party on New Year's Day 2018.

Two licensees have been banned from their own bar on Friday and Saturday nights after a host of violent incidents around closing time.

An online programme dubbed "the home of classroom fitness" has helped increase activity among Hackney schoolchildren.

Hackney Council has told Extinction Rebellion to "scale down" its planned festival in London Fields this weekend - but said it supports the three-day protest in principle.

An elderly woman has died after being hit by a recovery vehicle in Mare Street.

A man in his 30s was stabbed in an Upper Clapton Road shop this afternoon.

Long-standing south east Asian community groups in Hackney have been given £35,000 by Sadiq Khan to create a new kitchen at their revamped headquarters.

It's fair to say Rachel Luby did not expect to win the Mental Health Nursing award at the industry's top bash last week.

Neighbours in Upper Clapton enjoyed live music, games and activities at their annual street party on a lovely summer's day.

Plans to build up to 169 homes on the De Beauvoir Estate under the council's huge housing redevelopment programme were discussed last month.

Sadiq Khan urged east Londoners to be proud that the biggest investment in the capital's cultural industry for more than 100 years is being built on their doorsteps.

A former Hackney Power Station apprentice has been diagnosed with terminal cancer after being exposed to asbestos during his time there.

Weekly church services will now be held at Homerton's John Howard Centre after Christian patients won a legal battle against NHS bosses on grounds of religious discrimination.

Two mums who set up a support group for parents of children with additional needs celebrated after registering it as a charity last week.

People in a Haggerston high-rise have been banned from using the rubbish chutes until an investigation into a "deliberate" fire in the binstore has ended.

Two people were stabbed and police were pelted with bottles when a huge street party on the Woodberry Down Estate turned violent at the weekend.

A vital support service for brain injury survivors in east London has been secured for another four years thanks to a lottery grant.

A nurse who is transforming the approach to sex and intimacy on her forensic mental health unit at Homerton's John Howard Centre has been nominated for a national award.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering David Bello-Monerville in Barnet.

Council chiefs are asking for the public's help on how to improve Finsbury Park - and want to know whether or not to lock it at night.

A dog was rescued by firefighters after getting stuck on the roof of her owner's home in Stoke Newington.

A new festival aiming to bring communities together will take place in Hoxton Street Market this weekend.

More than 200 homes could be built in the final phase of development on Hackney Council's flagship estate project.


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