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In fact, many birds will gladly chow down on a bit of meat given the chance, but I’m talking specifically about carrion crows, members of the corvid family.

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The attempt by police officers to discredit Gwenton Sloley is as bizarre as it is outrageous.

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Letters, contributions and comments from Hackney Gazette readers

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Saturday marked the annual King Henry’s Walk winter fair – a wreath-making, mulled-wine drinking, non-carol singing shindig in one of Dalston’s finest community gardens, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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There is no hiding from the fact that the next four weeks up until and immediately after the solstice is my least favourite time of the year to be outdoors in the city, writes Will McCallum, NatureWatch, Newington Green.

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I’m led to believe our enquiries in August about what had happened to the CS1 link in Balls Pond Road (p9) ruffled a few feathers at City Hall – to the point that, days later, plans were announced to build it at last.

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Autumn is coming to a close, slowly whimpering its way towards winter as the last of Hackney’s trees lose their leaves to curbside clumps of faded oranges, yellows and browns, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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I used this space last week to talk about compromise in a crisis.

That column was about housing, but the same is true of today’s report about the Old Street one-way system.

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