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Tech City is the third largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, we bring you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week Victoria Ibitoye chats to June Angelides and Simona Barbieri, the women behind Silicon Lunchabout.

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Another ‘Stone Henge’ even bigger than the world famous heritage site and dating back nearly 5,500 years has been discovered by archaeologists.

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‘Phenomenal’ donations for Purim: £1m may have changed hands in Stamford Hill

An Orthodox Jewish community leader believes as much as a million pounds was handed over to charity in Stamford Hill on Thursday as young and old came out on the streets to mark the end of Purim.

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Paul Daly moved to the forgotten Hoxton Square in 1988 as a squatter. He’s now a successful bar owner and the area he helped to create is booming. Sam Gelder met him for a chat.

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