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LD50 Gallery and the rise of far-right art

It’s not every day that art inspires protests. These days you’re more likely to see protest art inside the gallery, with the Tate Modern,...

Leyton Orient granted a reprieve by High Court over debts

Leyton Orient owner Francesco Becchetti has paid the initial tax bill to HMRC to avoid an immediate winding-up order, but must pay off the...

What’s on in Hackney this week

Looking for something to do with your friends, yourself or your mum on Mother's Day? As ever, the Hackney Post has compiled a handy...

UPDATE: Man Arrested on Suspicion of Murdering Child

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a one-year-old boy. Bidhya Sagar Das, 33, was arrested in Hackney at 7.15pm on Sunday 19...

Black Hackney Councillors were mistaken for cleaners at City Hall

A City Hall security guard asked three black female councillors if they “were there to clean” according to a tweet by Hackney Central’s Sophie...

Construction begins at Hackney Downs school funded by private flats

Construction has begun at controversial Nightingale Primary School, a new school in Hackney Downs. Borough leaders attended the ceremony, last Wednesday. Nightingale Primary School has been a...

Transitional fund will help companies affected by business rates hike

£435m-a-year transitional relief fund will help companies worst affected by April’s proposed hike in business rates, the Chancellor has announced. The changes, declared in Wednesday’s...

Budget 2017: Welcome relief for small businesses, but a kick in...

This was a Budget spun by a Government that claims to be listening to the struggles faced by ordinary working people. The reality, however,...

Mysterious knitting ninjas ‘yarn bomb’ De Beauvoir on Women’s Day

Mystery street artists have yarn bombed Hackney.

Revealed: Hackney domestic violence funding cut by half since 2010

Funding for domestic violence refuges in Hackney has been cut by 45 per cent since 2010, new figures have revealed. Freedom of Information requests showed...