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Fri, 16:46

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

Fri, 12:43

The London Assembly member for Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest has announced she will not contest her seat in the next election after 20 years service.

Fri, 10:32

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

Fri, 08:28

A ruthless gang who held a knife to a four-year-old girl’s throat as they assaulted her and her seven-year-old brother during a violent burglary will be sentenced today.

Thu, 17:39

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.

Thu, 16:07

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.

Thu, 16:00

Our free Digital Decoded marketing seminars return next month following last year’s successful initiative.

Thu, 14:48

The large archway, Edwardian-Baroque facade and distinctive bullseye windows make 44-45 Newington Green one of the square’s most recognisable buildings.

Sport

London Lions consolidated pole position in the BBL Championship after the leaders strolled to victory at the struggling Wolves.

Yesterday, 21:34

Arsenal captain, leader and legend Laurent Koscielny has been speaking after leading his side to a comprehensive 2-0 victory over Chelsea at the Emirates on Saturday evening. Read on for what he said.

Yesterday, 21:09

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri aimed remarkable criticism at his Blues side after Arsenal comprehensively outplayed the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Yesterday, 19:25

Arsenal hosted London rivals Chelsea at the Emirates on Saturday evening. Read on for Layth Yousif’s match report.

Yesterday, 19:21

Arsenal hosted London rivals Chelsea at the Emirates on Saturday evening. Read on for Layth Yousif’s PLAYER RATINGS.

Yesterday, 17:03

Orient suffered only their fifth league defeat of the season after conceding a goal in each half at the Kuflink Stadium.

Gunners U18 boss Ken Gillard has been speaking exclusively to Islington Gazette Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif. Read on for what he told him about Bukayo Saka, his talented charges and what it felt like to beat Spurs in the FA Youth Cup.

Fri, 18:40

It’s true what they say it’s not over until the last whistle, which would be the best way to describe the NBA 2019 London Game.

Fri, 16:00

We looked at when the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium could finally open in our Year in Sport pull-out

Hidden Homeless Campaign

Thursday, November 22, 2018

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

Psychotic residents banging on doors in the middle of the night, drug dealing, prostitution and excrement in the corridor. Now a health watchdog has slammed dire conditions in Hackney homeless hostels. Emma Youle reports

Hackney Council has been forced to apologise to a single mum and offer her a payout after bungling her homeless application.

Entertainment

Thu, 16:07

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.

‘Don’t be old, don’t be young, don’t be sick, don’t be black,’ is the brutal warning in Gabriel Gbadamosi’s new play that seems to promise an exploration of police stop and search tactics but is actually a study of fractured lives in a world under permanent surveillance.

A wine specialist has opened a studio in Hackney where she’ll host tastings, workshops, dating events and more.

A grown-up, accomplished, funky and fun debut with added mariachi zest.

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

On what would have been David Bowie’s 72nd birthday, we look back at his legendary performances as alter-ego Ziggy Stardust at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, in 1972.

Homerton resident Ish Norris’ debut film – Honours in Attendance – speaks up for the stay-at-home student, cut off from the joys and freedom of life on campus.

If you’re committing to a month free from any alcohol, fair play. Dry January needn’t be a long and arduous slog, especially when you’ve got this list of things to keep you occupied…

After pop-ups in Covent Garden and Brighton hit a sweet-spot in 2018, the Chocolate Cocktail Club has found a new home in east London. Co-founders Holly Brooks and Rachel Wisson launch their latest venture on Thursday, January 17.

Our top picks for places to party once the bubbly starts flowing and Auld Lang Syne rings out…

Slay the pins at this cool Shoreditch bar which is steeped in the history of East London’s felons

We speak with Adam Weymouth on the epic journey that inspired his book and why it’s time climate change made a return to the mainstream media.

A high energy return to form for Susie McKenna’s legendary annual outing of gliz, hilarity and joy

Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...

Does anyone need another Neil Young live album? Well, yes as it happens…

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