Yesterday, 18:30

A decision whether to grant a Dalston bakery a licence to sell alcohol until 4.30am will be made tonight.

Yesterday, 14:32

Algeria fans took over Blackstock Road on Friday night after watching their national team win the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 1990.

A new council freesheet has appeared in residents' letterboxes which the Town Hall insists contains "information, not news", as it awaits confirmation on whether its planned appeal to continue publishing its controversial newspaper has merit.

Yesterday, 11:17

The campaigner who wrote a book detailing the history of Finsbury Park is to update it to mark its 150th birthday.

Yesterday, 10:13

The parking of dockless bikes in Hackney has been suspended while the council strikes a deal with a provider who can stop them being dumped on pavements.

Yesterday, 08:19

Police are trying to work out whether one, two or three people were injured last night in a reported drive-by shooting at a memorial marking the second anniversary of Rashan Charles' death.

Mon, 18:36

Fed up families in Haggerston say the stretch of Kingsland Road outside their doors has become a "clubbing district" for people leaving Shoreditch in the early hours.

Mon, 17:32

Schoolchildren enjoyed having a run around on their school's new rooftop garden - which comes complete with vegetable patch and wild flower meadow.

Mon, 12:00

A scam letter demanding money from council tenants is doing the rounds in Hackney.


Yesterday, 18:00

Chris Brayford's team will host London Bees at Brisbane Road in a pre-season friendly

Yesterday, 14:00

Ross Embleton and Lee Angol are working together again after a spell at Spurs in the past

Yesterday, 12:00

The 17-year-old caught the eye in Spurs' win over Juventus, but his tender age must not be forgotten amid talk of a regular first-team spot

Yesterday, 11:11

Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos on loan for the 2019/20 season.

Yesterday, 08:00

Following a sensational ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Final at Lord's Cricket Ground, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) opened up the Cricket Academy yesterday to children from across London, for the opportunity to pick up a bat and ball and follow in the footsteps of their cricketing heroes.

Mon, 18:02

A number of players had been left back in England and Tottenham Hotspur's captain will join them after suffering with tonsillitis

Mon, 15:00

The latest round-up of action from the Victoria Park Community Cricket League.

Mon, 13:00

The interim head coach praised the attitude of the forward and revealed some details of their 'honest' conversation

Mon, 10:00

Pre-season friendly: Juventus 2 Tottenham Hotspur 3

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.


Friday, July 19, 2019

Simon Cowell is dressed in a familiar crew-cut top and about to deliver a shuddering reality check. "I'm gonna be honest with you, Kojo," he explains, "I don't really like comedians on this show."

Ricky Wilson and his wholesome collective of jolly moshpit makers are back for a seventh LP

If you've ever found yourself peer-pressured in to drinking alcohol when, actually, a soft drink or a mocktail would have been fine, then Club Soda may be of interest.

Luan Goldie is a primary school teacher with a 4-year-old daughter: she does not have a lot of spare time. And yet, when she can muster a few quieter moments to herself, Goldie writes short-stories and longer tales about working class communities which are winning plenty of fans, and quickly.

Whether you're a French national or an out-and-out Francophile, Bastille Day is the perfect excuse to celebrate all things Gallic.

You'll remember Kojo Anim's audition on Britain's Got Talent earlier this year: the standing ovation seemed to go on for about as long as his comedy routine itself.

A virtual-reality gaming lounge and vegan dessert bar is set to open in Homerton next week. Vivid Reality co-founders Rebekah Douglas-Bagley and Yemi Shodipo explain the concept behind their new three-storey space on the High Street.

Nightjar, the multi award-winning speakeasy on City Road, has introduced an Arts & Crafts cocktail menu for the summer.

Melbourne-raised singer-songwriter pens sophomore record of intelligent, fresh and vibrant alt-pop.

Andy Maddocks, co-founder of the Mothership Group, reflects on a decade of quirky events and rooftop parties on Curtain Road.

Al Smith's one-man play about an all-American boy who dreams of taking part in the moon landing was first seen in 2006.

The Boss' first studio album in five years is a masterclass in understated Americana.

An art exhibition made up of 900 brightly coloured resin ice lollies. If you were to imagine the perfect setting for your next Instagram post, this would surely be right up there.

Six years after suffering a mental breakdown, Ebony Ali is doing all that she can to support young people going through similarly turbulent times.

Career ambitions clash with family life in Chasing Rainbows, a new play from Oneness Sankara running at Hoxton Hall from June 25 to July 20.


Some parents find nursery is the ideal place for their children to go while they're at work; others consider alternatives such as asking a family member to look after them. If you're undecided about childcare options, looking at the benefits of nursery is a good starting point.

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