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Welcome to ABQ, the bar bringing Breaking Bad to Shoreditch

Everyone remembers the RV. Even if you’ve only watched the first episode with Walter White standing in a pair of unflattering white briefs as he...

Hackney Wick FC, a non-league club that inspire a community

To the outside world, Hackney Wick FC may look like any other non-league football club. But the team is at the heart of a quiet...

Sustainable juicing company launches crowdfunding campaign

A Hackney Wick drinks company has launched a crowdfunding campaign which aims to extend their environmentally-friendly approach across the country. Rejuce, founded in 2012 by...

Copper Box to host Billy Joe Saunders world title fight

Billy Joe Saunders will make the first defence of his WBO middleweight title against Max Bursak at Hackney Wick’s Copper Box Arena on 9...

Hackney WickED art prize winner mixes art and science

Whoever says you can watch too much television clearly hasn't met the winner of this year's Hackney WickED art prize. Photographer turned painter, Mick...

Women’s pro wrestling smacks down in London for the first time

Women's pro wrestling is coming to Hackney for the first event of its kind in London, writes Tal Fox When wrestling promoter Dann Read became a father...

Urswick School remembers teen victim of shooting one year on

It has been a year since the tragic shooting of 15-year-old schoolgirl Shereka Marsh, but her school remembers and calls for greater strategies to...

Hackney Wick’s affordable housing crisis

By Alice Johnston and Tom Witherow Residents of Hackney Wick have questioned the value of the Olympic legacy as hopes of cheap housing at...

Banksy’s old studios facing bleak future

The owner of Banksy’s old studios has warned that the rooms could be converted into offices as early as 2017. "The end of Mother Studios" Joanna Hughes,...

Local view: will developers cost Hackney Wick its soul?

Would Hackney Wick really become a “soulless residential area” if developers moved in? The Hackney Post took to the streets to find out.