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Rat-infested Dalston takeaway Bombay Munch shut down

A rat-infested Indian takeaway has been shut down after fresh droppings and urine were found across the premises – including on food containers.

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Man stabbed by cyclist in Ridley Road Market

A man was stabbed in the arm by a knife-wielding cyclist in Ridley Road Market yesterday afternoon.

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Trio’s moon obsession is more than a phase: Designers smash £25k target to produce 3D globe

A bunch of science-obsessed designers have obliterated their funding target and raised more than £60,000 to launch a pioneering project to make 3D models of the moon.

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Hackney-loving students tackling negative preconceptions with artwork

Impassioned sixth-formers have created a visual love-letter to Hackney after becoming fed-up with people’s preconceptions about the borough.

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London Marathon: Hackney woman to run in memory of ‘incredible’ mum

A woman will run her first marathon to mark the 10th anniversary of her mother’s death from lung cancer.

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Orient caretaker lauds work of Dons boss Ardley

Former Gillingham manager looks ahead to AFC Wimbledon clash and facing some old friends

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Recipes: How to make limoncello, lemon madeleines and sorbet

Much as I love shopping at the local farmers’ markets, one of the cook’s most indispensable ingredients is not to be found there. Lemons.

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New Hackney opera Clocks 1888: The Greener draws on Victorian East End multiculturalism

Clocks 1888: The Greener is a new opera that draws on musical theatre, music hall and Asian traditions to tell a story about multi-cultural East London in the Victorian era.

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