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The poet and artist Ruth Sutoyé has co-produced an exhibition of film and photography about black women who choose to shave their heads. She speaks with the Gazette ahead of the launch of Bald Black Girl(s) in Clerkenwell next month.

A much-loved community garden on a Shoreditch estate has been ripped up by council officers because the person who created it doesn’t live there.

A motion passed by Labour members at the Hackney North constituency meeting last night has sparked a backlash by calling on the party’s national executive to reject accusations it is institutionally racist.

Jamie Brown, of Archant’s Local Impact initiative, explains how to use social media to your advantage

Two men are in hospital after being stabbed near Finsbury Park station last night.

Gloriously silly reworking of Moliere’s Tartuffe stutters with an inconsistent tone but comes good at the end to lampoon Britain’s crumbling social structures

One man probably won’t be having the best Valentines’ Day after he crashed his wife’s car in Clapton Pond – and then it saw it get seized by police.

More than 100 people were evacuated from buildings in Curtain Road, Shoreditch, this morning while police investigated a “suspicious package”.

The Shoreditch outpost of the famous record shop Sister Ray Records is set to close four years after it opened as a pop-up in the Ace Hotel.

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.

The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 Formula 1 season – with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes top of the pile, plus some exiting developments awaiting in 2019.

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...

Comments by Diane Abbott criticising police who deliberately collide with moped riders have angered officers in Camden, which until recently suffered from London’s highest rate of moped-related crime.

Essex Senior League: Hoddesdon Town 3 Clapton 0

Cycle stands in Finsbury Park have been removed after they were installed in “the wrong place”.

Spoof billboards declaring Brexit to be a collaboration between Russia and the UK have cropped up in Stoke Newington and Bethnal Green.

West Ham United Hammers midfielder Jack Wilshere says there is far more to come from Manuel Pellegrini’s side this season.

Wireless promoters defended the music festival at a licence review hearing last night, saying it is a “celebration of grime music” that causes no public nuisance.

On Friday, I logged on to Twitter and typed three letters into the search box that have had an important bearing on my life: OCD.

The performances of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been a major factor in Arsenal winning nine games on the bounce including six consecutive Premier League victories before October’s international break. Read on to learn about the Gabon striker’s forthcoming matches for the west African nation – and why the Gunners star tweeted criticisms of the country’s football federation.

A man was stabbed on board a train during rush hour in Hackney Central this evening, as a “ballistic” knifeman went on the rampage.

Police are cracking down on gang members who face prison for their involvement in lucrative drug empires, but as Emma Bartholomew discovers it’s a harder task controlling the violence as videos on social media fuel gang on gang hatred

Middlesex bowler Tim Murtagh admitted it felt good to end the County Championship Division Two season on a winning note against Durham.

Entertainers who run tots’ classes in Clissold House have complained a new pram ban there will threaten their livelihoods.

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