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Hackney Citizen
Filthy Buns, Dalston, food review: ‘Joyous venue with staff and style to match’
3 DAYS AGO - This inventive burger joint at the Three Compasses pub will put a huge grin on your face Continue Expand
Calls made for ‘clear strategy’ for usage of late night levy funds
7 DAYS AGO - Councillors urge focus on off-licences as greater flexibility in targeted enforcement Expand
Government expectations for Town Hall Brexit preparations ‘not entirely clear’, says council
16/09/2020 - No-deal Brexit 'presents serious risks to councils and how they operate going forward,' says Expand
Councillors welcome platform of ongoing anti-racist reform at Town Hall
14/09/2020 - Work to combat racial inequality in council's education and children & young people's service Expand
Town Hall to launch local contact-tracing network to make up for national system’s ‘shortfall’
11/09/2020 - Council staff to be trained up and tasked with finding the people who have not been Expand
Happy Man Tree to be felled as councillors accept loss ‘with a heavy heart’
10/09/2020 - Third phase of Woodberry Down estate regeneration approved despite 130 new objections, as planning Expand
Public health director warns ‘errors’ could underpin recent fall in local Covid cases
09/09/2020 - Dr Sandra Husbands fears drop could be down to online booking system directing people to wrong Expand
Town Hall unveils new solar panel scheme at West Reservoir Centre
08/09/2020 - Project by council's publicly-owned energy company means the Woodberry Down watersports hub will Expand
Town Hall moves to save historic Millfields Disinfecting Station from ruin
07/09/2020 - Dilapidated building with a storied history to be propped up while council explores options to Expand
Hackney Mayor condemns culture secretary for Geffrye statue lobbying
7 DAYS AGO - Town Hall administration asks Oliver Dowden to apologise in letter accusing government minister of Expand
Homerton Hospital forms ‘alliance’ to build back recovery of services
17/09/2020 - Health system works to return to near-normal levels of non-Covid services in 'window of Expand
Hackney libraries celebrate World Afro Day for the first time
15/09/2020 - Range of books introduced as campaigners call on schools and headteachers to end Afro hair Expand
Disability forum calls for equality of opportunity in Hackney transport
14/09/2020 - Hackney Disability BackUp warns of members' continuing challenges in accessing travel over range Expand
Free school on site of former police station promises to be ‘good neighbour’
10/09/2020 - A new School Street will provide solution to concerns over traffic congestion and pupils' safety Expand
National Theatre’s school and youth programmes to start up again this autumn
10/09/2020 - The institution reaffirms its desire to keep young people at the 'forefront of its mission' as it Expand
Hackney artist teams up with local schoolchildren to create 30-foot playground mural
09/09/2020 - Coco Lom recently unveiled the bold artwork at Newport School in Leyton after workshopping ideas Expand
Thirty School Streets launched as children return to classrooms
08/09/2020 - Traffic reduction measures are part of the council's wider post-lockdown plans to rebuild a Expand
Tamsin Ssembajjo Quigley: ‘Modern slavery remains one of society’s most considerable challenges’
07/09/2020 - The local writer on ‘one of the most serious but often overlooked humanitarian crises’, and what Expand
Homerton Hospital appeal to residents: ‘Don’t come here for a Covid test’
7 DAYS AGO - Warning goes out that increased risk of cross-infection could lead to parts of hospital being Expand
Historic Hoxton pub in battle for survival in face of economic crisis
16/09/2020 - Stag's Head seeks later opening hours for outdoor space as restrictions leave it 'struggling to Expand
Council hits out at government for ‘shambolic’ Covid testing over weekend
15/09/2020 - Without a good testing programme, we cannot do our job,' public health director warns Continue Expand
‘We are fearful of things we can’t see’: Tamsin Ssembajjo Quigley explores the rise in conspiracy theories during the pandemic
11/09/2020 - The writer speaks to local experts about how conspiracies take hold, examines 'reckless' media Expand
Coronavirus testing sites now accepting walk-up appointments in Hackney
10/09/2020 - Sites in Dalston and Stamford Hill now taking walk-ins after public health director's warning over Expand
Councillors call for ‘leniency and support’ from schools as students return
09/09/2020 - Hackney Learning Trust boss agrees that Covid measures will 'take time to adjust to' and Expand
Migrants’ rights groups welcome departure of Home Office staff from Town Hall
08/09/2020 - Embedded immigration officer, whose presence was criticised for acting as a deterrent to people Expand
Hoxton to get over 100 new homes as part of council housing supply programme
07/09/2020 - Schemes on Wenlock Barn and St John's estates approved last week, but project lead Chris Trowell Expand
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