Hackney’s largest brewery is hosting a night of beer, board games and beats to support a Haggerston brain injury charity next week.

A man is in hospital after being stabbed on the Trelawney Estate yesterday afternoon.

CCTV showing a cowardly thug launching a homophobic “acid attack” on strangers in Dalston last year has been released after he was today jailed for 17 years.

It’s been boarded up for two-and-a-half years, but Dalston’s old Passing Clouds arts hub is at last set to reopen – as community venue The Jago.

More than £300,000 that could have paid for more police officers in Hackney’s nightspots last year has not been spent, the Gazette can reveal.

A new app that allows people to get “anything” delivered from nearby shops in 20 minutes has launched in Hackney.

A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of murder over the fatal stabbing of Elyon Poku at an 18th birthday party in Stamford Hill.

Tenants on a problem-hit Homerton estate have been left with no lift in their block for months, leaving parents and elderly people to struggle up and down stairs.

The opening of the new entrance to Finsbury Park station has been delayed, the Gazette can reveal.

Unions’ campaign to stamp out an alleged culture of bullying and racism at the town hall has won the backing of Labour members in one Hackney ward.

A new nine-screen cinema, a gym and another Marks and Spencer Foodhall are on their way to Islington as part of the £220million City North scheme in Finsbury Park.

The Wireless Festival promoter has withdrawn its appeal against Haringey Council’s licensing restrictions after an agreement was reached on sound level monitoring.

Sadiq Khan’s team has written to a housing association about the selling-off of “key worker” homes on the Victoria Park Estate.

A family was rescued from a block of flats in Upper Clapton and taken to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning this morning.

A Dalston nightclub where a woman was shot in the early hours of New Year’s Day has been shut down by Hackney Council ahead of a review of its licence.

A Shoreditch bar which murder victim Zakaria Bukar Sharif Ali had been in before being stabbed to death outside is in hot water with police.

The first community “parklets” have sprouted up in Hackney after the council backed down and decided they were a good idea after all.

A leading anti-gangs advisor from Hackney is in line for a huge payout from the Met after police wrongly raided his home and got him “blacklisted” by national business partners.

Patients at the John Howard Centre in Homerton are taking legal action against the NHS trust that runs it over religious discrimination, the Gazette can reveal.

The man voted “London’s happiest bus driver” has thanked the charity that gave him a chance after he spent years homeless on the streets.

Drivers of Hackney’s school buses are threatening strike action in the new term in a row over split-shift payments.

A woman in her 20s was shot at a nightclub in Dalston last night.

Not one councillor turned up to a public meeting held by unions accusing the town hall of having a culture of bullying, racism and harassment.

A dead body has been found on a building site in Stamford Hill this morning.

Tenants on a Hoxton council estate have been waiting almost two years to have their outdated heating system upgraded – but the town hall says it’s now finally happening.

Firefighters had to put out a blaze at a restaurant in Kingsland High Street on Saturday afternoon.

So many landlords have been stumped by details surrounding new licensing requirements brought in by Hackney Council that they’ve been given another two months to apply for them.

A soup kitchen in Broadway Market dished up more than 100 Christmas dinners at the weekend – and each guest also received their own present.

A paedophile has been jailed for sexually abusing two young boys in Hackney 30 years ago – and police think he may have other victims.

Creatives in Hackney Wick and Fish Island will be protected after the area was named one of Sadiq Khan’s first Creative Enterprise Zones – requiring developers to provide affordable workspace.

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