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‘More small businesses should apply for rate relief’ – Hackney Revenue...

More small businesses should apply for rate relief, says Hackney Head of Revenue David Umney at the Hackney Business Forum on Thursday. Businesses valued between...

Trevor Monerville’s father wants answers about police spying

A father demanding justice for his son Trevor Monerville has been given fresh hope more than 20 years after his murder. Trevor Monerville, who was...

Marcel Addai died “surrounded by enemies” in Hoxton attack

Marcel Addai, 18, died “surrounded by enemies” from a rival gang, the Old Bailey heard on Tuesday at the start of the trial for...

Hackney police criticised for describing lost toddler “like a dog”

Hackney Police has faced fierce criticism over a tongue-in-cheek tweet about a toddler found wandering around without its parents. The tweet, posted just after 10am...

News in Brief: March 7

News in brief for March 7th.

Are mosques masking homophobia?

Relations between minority groups are at an all time low.

Bus drivers leave disabled passengers stranded in Hackney

Wheelchair users say bus drivers are leaving them stranded at bus stops because they can't be bothered to pick them up.

Hackney athletes’ training ground not up to scratch

East End councils have not done enough to nurture athletics talent ahead of the Olympics, the Head Coach of Victoria Harriers Athletics Club has claimed.

Anti-BNP campaign launched

AN EXTENSIVE campaign has been launched to stop the British National Party winning a seat in June's European Parliamentary elections.