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The majority of ticket offices at London Overground stations in Hackney could be saved from closure.

Detectives have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to over the murder of Zakaria Bukar Sharif Ali, who was stabbed to death in Kingsland Road after a night out.

Details of the major redevelopment of Hoxton’s New Era Estate have been revealed almost a year after it was first announced.

Three major unions who are taking on Hackney Council over an alleged culture of bullying, harassment and racism are holding a meeting for victims to share their experiences.

Hundreds of people turned out for Chatsworth Road’s late-night Christmas market last week.

Fresh plans to redevelop the dilapidated Stoke Newington mansion St Mary’s Lodge are to be displayed this weekend so the public can have their say on them.

A Homerton tech entrepreneur has been named one of London’s “25 under 25” as voted for by an industry network.

A mother-of-three living in a cramped home with her children and four nieces and nephews she cares for has been waiting for a bigger home for nine years.

A child burn survivor who founded a charity to help people live with scarring and disfigurements has been praised by the Prime Minister for her “tireless campaigning”.

Independent traders in Stoke Newington are putting on a late-night Christmas shopping event next week in an effort to encourage people to go local.

The man who saved Clissold Park 130 years ago has been honoured with a plaque thanks to the Stoke Newington historian who unearthed the dramatic details of his campaign.

There will be a reindeer in Chatsworth Road tomorrow for a late-night Christmas market.

A suspected gunman escaped onto the roof of an estate in Newington Green following a police raid this morning.

Independent traders from across east London took over Spitalfields Market at the weekend for Small Business Saturday.

Sadiq Khan has rubber stamped Hackney Council’s £384million Britannia Leisure Centre redevelopment project, effectively ending campaigners’ hopes of stopping the work.

A kind-hearted man is getting into the festive spirit by hosting a Christmas Day lunch for older people who would otherwise be on their own.

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in Kingsland Road this morning.

A cowardly thug who launched a homophobic “acid attack” on strangers in Dalston during the May bank holiday is facing years in jail.

Traders in Ridley Road Shopping Village are being threatened with eviction again – by the same owners of the building who stepped in to save them last month.

Wireless Festival promoters say reducing bass levels at the event and finishing half-an-hour earlier would put it out of business and is appealing Haringey Council’s restrictions.

A 10-month-old baby with the UK’s only known case of a new mitochondrial disease is fighting for his life in Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Leaseholders in a block where “extensive corrosion” caused bricks to plummet 100ft to the street below are furious after being billed up to £25,000 each for repairs.

Finsbury Park has been stripped of its Green Flag status after a damning “mystery shopper” report by an environmental charity.

A young entrepreneur from Homerton has been recognised by the Prime Minister for his work improving opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds.

Long-standing Hoxton Market traders have been told their stalls will be moved closer together as the council tries to increase footfall.

Hackney’s biggest brewery has launched a new beer for its core range - the first new arrival in two years.

Drug dealers arrested in dawn raids at a Stoke Newington estate have been jailed for a total of 22 years.

A 10-month-old Upper Clapton boy stuck in unsuitable temporary accommodation has the UK’s only known case of a new mitochondrial disease – and his family are desperate to track down other affected people.

Phil Glanville will be put under the spotlight at Hackney Mayor’s Question Time later this month.

Youngsters at a Hackney school fell silent at 11am on Wednesday to remember the 439 students and teachers who fought during the First World War.



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