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Fraudster stole £5,000 jewellery from Hackney pensioner, 81

Detectives from Hackney have released images of gold jewellery worth £5,000 stolen during a burglary in the hope of reuniting them with their 81-year-old owner.

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Event of the week: Four Hackney gardens are open for the Big Dig

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Campaigners hail victory over stalled plans for Bishopsgate skyscrapers

Campaigners have declared victory in east London today in the latest round over the controversial scheme for a wall of skyscrapers at the old Bishopsgate goodsyard site that would overshadow Shoreditch.

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Unrequited love spawned Hackney artist’s upbeat ukelele melody

Bobby Shoebotham talks to Emma Bartholomew about jacking in his job to record and engineer his debut EP alone, surviving on chilli con carne and the girl who rejected him.

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Finsbury Park company’s ‘light sabre’ fencing gets nerds into martial arts

At the back of a studio in Finsbury Park, a group of children wearing masks are duelling with colourful fluorescent swords.

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