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Abandoned Hackney toilet to get ‘village hall’ transformation

A public loo that’s been left to rot for three decades will soon be given a new lease of life, when it is converted into an “old fashioned village hall”.

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Hackney Council to offer tenants cash to downsize homes

A pioneering new scheme is set to be piloted, offering council tenants cash to downsize to a smaller home.

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Zeik John-Lewis: Hackney teen missing for second time in three weeks

Police in Hackney have appealed for help in tracing a 15-year old boy who has gone missing twice within the space of a month.

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Bakery charity that helps vulnerable East End women makes final plea for £20k funding target

An East End bakery charity that helps women from vulnerable backgrounds whip up a better future for themselves is hoping to net £20,000 by tomorrow morning to buy much-needed equipment for its classes.

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Drag queen photographer Holly Revell ‘wanted to show more than just the sparkly personas’

Photographer Holly Revell is trying to capture something new in a project documenting east London’s drag scene.

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Spurs star Harry Kane is keen to team up with Dele Alli for England

Harry Kane says he has a “great understanding” with his Tottenham team-mate Dele Alli - and he believes they can take their partnership onto the international stage with England.

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Midfielder was thrilled to be back after three months on sidelines through injury

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Wayne predicts a bright future as Spurs Ladies reach their third cup final

Goalkeeper Toni-Anne Wayne is predicting a bright future for Spurs Ladies after Karen Hills’ side reached their third cup final of the season on Sunday.

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Elvis is back in the building at Shoreditch Town Hall

Elvis will be back in the building – in a manner of speaking – for a theatre piece centring around the King’s 1968 TV comeback special.

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A previously neglected musical adapted by David Thompson from Jack Rosenthal’s original story about a boy who runs away from his Bar Mitzvah has been transformed from an important play on teenage angst and family values into a robust Jewish romp with loads of irresistible humour.

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