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Man, 21, killed in Old Street hit and run

A man was killed in a hit and run in Old Street in the early hours of this morning.

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Man knocked unconscious in ‘vicious’ Stamford Hill road rage assault

A man was knocked unconscious after being punched in the face during a “vicious” road rage assault this afternoon.

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Youngsters let off steam at Playful Hackney Weekend

Youngsters revelled in den building, gardening, cooking and toasting marshmallows around the fire at some of Hackney’s free outdoor play spaces, as part of a weekend celebrating London’s outdoor spaces.

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Hackney police chief: ‘We can’t get to the bottom of knife culture’

Hackney’s top police chief has admitted his force can’t get to grips with the borough’s knife culture.

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Hackney mum died after authorities forbid termination

A mother whose waters broke four months early whilst on holiday in France was forbidden by the courts there to have a termination, and died of septic shock six days later.

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Orient boss admits they haven’t been good enough over Easter

Brisbane Road outfit suffered second consecutive defeat this afternoon

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More home woes for Nolan’s men as Hartlepool take the points

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