Yesterday, 17:26

How much perfectly good food is binned by 14 households every year was dumped outside a Dalston home this week to highlight the staggering amount of food that goes to waste.

Yesterday, 17:12

Teachers at BSix went on strike yesterday, warning that sixth form colleges are "on the brink" after years of cuts.

Yesterday, 17:00

Almost 14,000 noise complaints have been made to Hackney Council in less than two years.

Yesterday, 15:22

Architects will meet next week to draw up plans on how to drastically cut the built environment's carbon footprint.

Thu, 16:35

Former clients of a north London modelling agency paid a photography studio in Shoreditch thousands of pounds for portfolios they believed would kickstart their careers. The Gazette hears their allegations of broken promises.

Thu, 13:49

A cultural historian who led the Windrush Day campaign is bringing back his 100 Great Black Britons project after declaring it "more relevant than ever".

Thu, 09:21

A home in Hackney was raided yesterday, as part of a police crackdown on a suspected organised crime gang believed to be behind more than 50 burglaries where high-value goods have been stolen.

Hackney Council has been warned that it could 'come to regret' a promotional partnership with vape stores in the borough by a public health expert.

Wed, 17:05

Police have been joined by council enforcement officers in a crackdown on crime and anti-social behaviour in Shoreditch over the last month.



Leyton Orient put on a show for new manager Carl Fletcher with a superb display at Blundell Park on Saturday.


England stormed into the World Cup semi-finals as two tries from Jonny May underpinned a record-equalling victory over Australia at Oita Stadium.


On October 19, 2016, Santi Cazorla limped out of Arsenal's Champions League group stage game against Ludogorets Razgrad. What followed was an injury hell that almost ended his career and could have left him unable to walk. But, three years on, the Spaniard is back to his brilliant best.

Yesterday, 15:30

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was England's chief fan on Monday, joking he donned the Three Lions shirt in support of his players.

Yesterday, 14:30

London Lions have confirmed that Londoner Sam Toluwase, who has been with the team for the last week, has been signed on for the season.

Yesterday, 13:41

With Arsenal returning to action on Monday following the internatioanl break, now is a good time to reflect on Arsenal's season so far, what's gone well and the issues that still need to ironed out. In part two, Harry Symeou looks at the Mesut Ozil saga.

Yesterday, 12:30

Ben Youngs has urged England to "fight right until the end" when they collide with Australia in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final at Oita Stadium.

Hidden Homeless Campaign

Friday, May 10, 2019

Three people have died at homeless hostel the Shuttleworth Hotel in the space of eight weeks this year, the Gazette has learned.

A rough sleeper being treated in hospital faces the stark choice of returning to a 'building site' B&B - or discharge to the streets.


One of north London's best kept secrets, Real Lies are back with new music and a tour. Frontman Kev Kharas tells the Gazette about losing a band member and the inspiration behind his dreamlike songs.

Two questions: 1) Who is your favourite, most inspirational woman past or present? 2) How easy would it be for you to dress up as them in a couple of week's time?

Take shelter with these two and rediscover the joy of the album.

I've always been a bit suspicious of calzones.

Craft beer bar and shop Mother Kelly's is the latest addition to the little row of restaurants in Stratford's East Village square.

Superb news if you work near Old Street, or if you just like good food and artisanal coffee in general.

The Glory pub in Haggerston is heaving with people eager to grab the seats behind the judges of the Gold Rush competition to witness some of the rawest and most innovative drag performances in London.

Radio 1 DJ Greg James, English cricket icon Jimmy Anderson and ex-Maccabees guitarist Felix White bring their Tailenders podcast to Hackney Empire this Sunday (Oct 13) for a rare live outing.

A playwright who lived on the Woodberry Down Estate before its regeneration has written a new comedy based on London's housing crisis.

A graffiti mural has been unveiled in Shoreditch that shows the faces of people already struggling to survive the global climate crisis.

This standalone take on comic books' most compelling character is daring, thrilling, unexpected, ghastly and probably the last thing the world needs right now. Well, it's another bloody origins tale, isn't it?

Founded as recently as April 2018, Tom Brown's Cornerstone restaurant has landed yet another top-tier prize.

On Tuesday of next week (Oct 8), the Homerton-based charity Core Arts is hosting a night of presentations and discussions on the condition of mental health in the local gay, bisexual, trans and queer men's community.

A seven course tasting menu and a poignant drama of loss and migration offer food for thought

Sketches of familiar landmarks and lesser-known street corners are featured in Impressions of the City; a new art exhibition from Marc Gooderham opening at the Cabbages & Kings gallery this Thursday (October 3).

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