Dedicated staff at a Haggerston school are supporting families self-isolating during the Covid-19 pandemic by delivering food straight to their doors.
“Audio adventures” are coming to outdoor hotspots in Stoke Newington from December, giving people the chance to escape into a fantasy world while walking around their local area.
Councils objected to a proposed development of office blocks and new homes on the site of the former Bishopsgate Goodsyard in Shoreditch ahead of a final ruling by London Mayor Sadiq Khan tomorrow.
The mayor of Hackney has urged the public to support the borough’s “vibrant cultural scene” in a visit to one of its closed venues.
A start-up company is encouraging residents in and around Hackney to get growing – regardless of their previous gardening experience.
Shoreditch tech companies are being urged to help during the coronavirus pandemic by donating laptops for local people.
Plans to halve teaching support staff have sparked protests at the school gates in Hackney.
A Hackney charity and youth training initiative have teamed up to equip young people with the skills and knowledge needed to tackle the world of work.
With the capital set to enter Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions, Hackney businesses are eager to reopen but “apprehensive” about new rules and the impact of being moved to a higher tier in the future.
Jill Roord netted a brace as the Netherlands beat Kosovo in their final Euro 2022 playoff. The Dutch won 6-0 scoring all their goals in the second half.
The RFU has welcomed the news that government has given the green light for 15-a-side contact rugby union to return at grassroots level, subject to adaptations.
Five Arsenal Women players have been shortlisted for the first-ever UEFA Women’s team of the year for 2020.
Arsenal’s Beth Mead has been nominated for the GIVEMESPORT Women’s Super League player of the month.
Arsenal’s Katie McCabe is dreaming of leading the Republic of Ireland to a shock win over Germany on Tuesday in the final game of the Euro 2022 qualification period.
Leyton Orient head coach Ross Embleton says his side showed real spirit and deadly finishing as they came away from Port Vale with a 3-2 victory in a match where they had to sit deep and defend.
Wolves recovered from a serious injury to striker Raul Jimenez to record their first league win at Arsenal in over 40 years.
Jose Mourinho has branded Tottenham a mere “pony” in a Premier League title race full of thoroughbred horses.
Tottenham climbed back to the top of the Premier League table by grinding out a turgid goalless draw at Chelsea.
A moving Norse myth soundtrack captured live, released after nearly two decades in the archives
Food blogger and columnist Ms Marmite Lover rounds up the best books for cooks this Christmas
Chefs at the Kings Cross independent restaurant are boxing up roasts, Turkey and trimmings and Saturday night feasts to be served from fridge to plate in an hour
Three London Jewish artists exhibit at Chabad Islington’s gallery and community space in Upper Street on the site of the borough’s first synagogue since 1967
Former Mossbourne Academy pupil Deschanel Gordon has gone from playing keyboard in a Hackney church to impressing the judges at a near empty Cadogan Hall
Frances offers tips for meals that can be whipped up from store cupboard ingredients including this traditional Welsh teatime treat
Son of David, Brandon Cronenberg has come of age with a disturbing, startling body horror movie about personality hijacking by an assassin to get close to her prey
Le Marche Des Chefs has been supplying Michelin-starred restaurants for two decades and is now delivering hampers of top quality seasonal ingredients within the M25
Ex Arsenal defender commissioned Nigerian artist Chinwe Ifeoma Chukwuogo-Roy to capture the pre-match excitement in Avenell Road during Invincibles unbeaten season
Up-and-coming Islington R&B singer releases new single that chimes with the times
These rough around the edges, unnerving classics remind us how Romero created a new movie genre that has come to satirise the rise of Western consumerism
Ron Howard’s screen adaptation of J.D. Vance’s potentially interesting memoir about growing up poor, serves up the standard sentimental fare about family
Chilly triumphs in bid to unite and refresh disparate elements of the Christmas canon. Rejoice!
Closing moments mar the debut feature of Peaky Blinders director Tim Mielants, about a taciturn handyman on a nudist campsite who is distraught at the loss of his hammer
Order seasonal bottles soon before the Christmas rush advises Ham&High wine expert Liz
Let’s get physical! One of the dangers of lockdown is to be lulled into laziness, watching too many box sets, and eating and drinking too much, but there is no excuse to not start exercising to get fit and stay healthy.
UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.
The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start. All companies that trade with the EU need to act now to make sure they are set to go.
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