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Hackney Empire to feature on Olympic badge

Vote for iconic landmark to feature on badge confirms the Empire's special place in Hackney residents' hearts.

Gamers speed through Hackney streets

Hackney has been digitised in new computer game that allows players to race across the borough.

Cameron attacks Gordon Brown’s “porky pies”

David Cameron offered Labour some food for thought at a campaign rally in Shoreditch last night.

In pictures: Conservative rally in Shoreditch

Pictures from David Cameron's rally speech at village Underground earlier this evening.

Teen parents bring sex education to the stage

A popular skit from Immediate Theatre's Meet The Parents workshop, performed by Charmian Humphrey, project co-ordiantor, and Rueben Tapper, young fathers worker. http://www.youtube.com/v/qfCdTvYkw7I&hl=en_GB&fs=1&

Hackney’s dangerous dogs among the worst in London

New safety laws have been drafted to combat dangerous dogs.

Fate of Clapton Tram Depot still unclear

The fate of Clapton Tram Depot hangs in the balance as planning proposals were postponed yet again.

Free School students chat to The Hackney Post

Reporters Damien Gayle and Marion Dakers spoke to participants at the annual Free School in Mare Street

Mayor slates local papers in defence of council freesheet

Jules Pipe hits back after Hackney Today comes under fire at council meeting

Exclusive: Chile Earthquake survivor safely back in Hackney

De Beauvoir resident tells The Hackney Post about her terror following the Chilean earthquake.

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Investigation launched after police shooting in Lower Clapton

NEW: Snapchat footage appears to show police operation on Mandeville Street where a man was injured when a police firearm was discharged.