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More than a century after the stars of music hall graced its stage, the Rosemary Branch Tavern on the Regent’s Canal is bringing it back for two special nights.

The police watchdog has completed its investigation into the shooting of an armed robbery suspect by police on the Clapton Park Estate one year ago.

Stoke Newington institution Yum Yum has reassured customers it is still open after having its website hacked and taken down.

As demolition of a huge housing block in Homerton looms, some families still waiting to be housed elsewhere feel they are being overlooked.

Three people were robbed at knifepoint while cycling through Finsbury Park on Monday night.

Incredible new CCTV footage shows just how close a man came to being crushed by falling bricks after walking past a building in Stoke Newington on Sunday morning.

The founder of Hackney Wick FC has featured in a new film about the role football plays in keeping youngsters away from gangs and knife crime.

A pedestrian came within seconds of being crushed by a huge chunk of wall that fell from the top of a building in Stoke Newington High Street during strong winds.

Feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut have marked International Women’s Day by replacing Tube adverts with poems written by survivors of domestic abuse and state violence.

Drivers and passenger escorts on Hackney’s school buses for disabled children will strike for four days in the coming weeks over split shift payments.

Food banks for stray cats are on the way in Islington after a small animal charity was given funding to expand its work.

A much-loved community garden on a Shoreditch estate has been ripped up by council officers because the person who created it doesn’t live there.

The council’s flagship housing development the King’s Crescent Estate was one of the winners at this year’s Hackney Design Awards.

A man in his 30s has been found dead at a homeless hostel, police have said.

The town hall has hit back at unions after they pulled out of an investigation into allegations of bullying, racism and harassment within the council.

Cabbies have held talks with the mayor of Hackney over their campaign to reverse the ban on polluting vehicles around Shoreditch and Old Street, the Gazette can reveal.

Ex-students of a Hackney state school are being asked to go back to the classroom to inspire youngsters.

Freelances, small businesses and start-ups looking for somewhere to work will be pleased by the latest addition to Finsbury Park.

A motion passed by Labour members at the Hackney North constituency meeting last night has sparked a backlash by calling on the party’s national executive to reject accusations it is institutionally racist.

Crossrail 2 has thrown a spanner in the works of the council’s home-building as part of the £384million Britannia Leisure Centre redevelopment project.

East End innovators were showcased at the Olympic Park’s tech hub Here East this week.

Three quarters of Hackney landlords ordered to pay for a licence have yet to do so – and could face “hefty fines” and prosecution from tomorrow.

Neighbours are not happy about the prospect of a hip brewery opening a “hell-raising” bar in Stoke Newington – but bosses insist they run venues responsibly.

Unions have pulled out of an independent investigation into allegations of bullying, racism and harassment at Hackney Council – accusing town hall chiefs of “consistently undermining the process”.

Two people were rescued from a fire at a suspected cannabis factory in Amhurst Road on Sunday afternoon.

A start-up that allows beer enthusiasts to make their own batch has joined the growing community of breweries in Bohemia Place.

Council tax is set to rise for the fourth consecutive year in Hackney as town hall chiefs prepare to deal with £30million of additional government cuts by 2022.

The mayor of Hackney says the lifting of the housing borrowing cap doesn’t mean the town hall can start building council homes overnight.

The town hall could take advantage of a new Met scheme that allows councils to buy their own police officers at a reduced rate, the mayor has said.

A leading anti-gangs worker from Hackney was arrested and bailed after his home was raided by police for the second time in three months.



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