Cuts are ‘disproportionately affecting’ children who are homeless, have been sexually exploited or have mental health issues
Planned 11km cycle route through Hackney is too indirect, says London Assembly member
Conservative councillor brands plan for new 20mph limits ‘useless’
Council tax frozen for tenth year running amid large spending cuts
Man in his mid-20s stabbed in Mount Pleasant Hill
Jules Pipe launches campaign to ‘save Shoreditch’ from proposals for Canary Wharf-style towers backed by the Mayor of London
Public ‘in the dark’ as document containing vital calculations heavily redacted
‘Hackable Hackney’ scheme shows employment-led designs aimed at encouraging the growth of Tech City
From a workshop in Vyner Street, a start-up is preparing the computer whizzes of the future
Proposals unveiled to pay for new schools in Hoxton and Hackney Downs through sale of private flats
Lawyers have issued a ‘cease and desist’ but Dubai company owns Boxpark trademark in UAE
Whitehall’s one-size-fits-all approach ‘failing Londoners,’ says Mayor Pipe
Ben Mathis is standing for Hackney South and Shoreditch and Simon de Deney in Hackney North and Stoke Newington
Council insists Kingsland Waste is not being shut, but has stopped issuing or renewing licenses
Amy Gray is standing in Hackney North and Stoke Newington and Jack Tinley in Hackney South and Shoreditch
Talent Match award for borough’s team of 18-24 year-olds helping their peers into work
This September, two very different free schools are coming to Hackney, promising choice for parents. But who’s running them?
250 residents have been evacuated after a gas leak in Haggerston
Group of 15-17 year-olds target Clarence Convenience Store, one of the shops worst hit in the 2011 riots
London Councils reach agreement as spiralling costs for short-term housing forces boroughs into bidding wars
Abney Park Trust ‘proud of its achievements’ over the past 23 years as managers of the park and cemetery
Everything you need to become a good lifestyle journalist. Tuesday evenings, 24 March – 28 April 2015 (six weeks)
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Develop the skills every music journalist needs. Monday evenings, 16 March – 27 April 2015 (six weeks)
Council is entering into a high-stakes battle with private sector landlords, but will they emerge victorious?
Doubts over whether the council’s ‘edgy’ signs are working, and will Mayor Pipe and Cllr Simche Steinberger ever patch things up?
Computer says ‘No’ to Town Hall light show, positive spin gets a whole new meaning and Diane Abbott’s brewery tour steers a careful path through Hackney
Newly appointed Cabinet Member for Children’s Services on her new role and priorities for the coming school year
Round-up of the latest successes at Hackney UTC as students connect with local tech companies and media agencies
Blighty Coffee to host an open discussion on the merits of Michael Gove