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Lewis Johnson death: Met officers facing criminal investigation

Two Met officers chasing a teenager who was killed when his motor scooter collided with a van are facing a criminal investigation over their driving.

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Love was in the hair at a “gender-neutral” barbershop when a pair of lovebirds had their locks chopped to raise money for an LGBT charity.

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Hackney Council’s posters tell private tenants their rights

Renters are being reminded of their rights and responsibilities as part of a fortnight of action by Hackney Council to put private tenancy in the spotlight.

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‘I knew I had to make a film about Stamford Hill’: Short movie now up for BAFTA award

Filmmaker Billy Lumby experienced a “cultural head rush” when he moved near to Stamford Hill.

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Hackney ‘Home’ boys told: ‘Stop talking about cars – rap about life instead’

A 1962 Gazette article has provided the unlikely inspiration for a group of teenage boys in a songwriting project.

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