Fears that the London 2012 media centre could be left disused after the Olympics have been allayed after a major newspaper publisher expressed strong interest in the site.
Dave Hill is hot on new media. He writes and manages three London themed blogs, including one for the Guardian. But meeting the Twitter and YouTube fanatic, one thing is apparent; his heart is with Hackney.
Lapton hero Dean Robinson believes his side will go on to lift the Dickie Davis cup for the first time after beating fierce rivals Clapton Rangers to reach the quarter finals.
A proposed state-of-the-art sports pitch is under threat following a fresh appeal by Hackney residents.
Hackney Council plans to build the multi-use games area (MUGA) in the centre of London Fields park.
Former Hackney White Fire basketballer, Pops Mensah-Bonsu, played 17 minutes and scored 5 points as his new NBA team Toronto Raptors slid to another narrow defeat.
They have now lost six games in a row, and are just one place off the bottom of the NBA Eastern Conference.
Britain’s number one female tennis player Anne Keothavong was knocked out of the BNP Paribas Open in California last night.
Despite winning the first set, she was beaten by Russian Olga Govortsova 2-6, 6-3, 6-1.
Hackney sports star Dervis Konuralp has revealed he may swap his swimming cap for a cycle helmet ahead of the Paralympic Games in London in 2012.
Konuralp, who has won 35 major medals in the pool, said he had done a trial on the track and was waiting to hear if he would be invited by British Cycling to start a training programme.
Sunday’s Cycle East event was just the tip of Hackney’s environmental initiative. As the Arcola Theatre picks up national awards for its innovative outlook, Hackney is taking steps as a borough to improve its ecological status.
In fact, Hackney has the lowest carbon emissions in London.
A sports team of local disabled and able-bodied people will make its first ever tournament appearance this weekend in the Hackney Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
No Limits was set up earlier this year with the aim of encouraging disabled and able-bodied people to play sports such as basketball and badminton together.