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Aton Martin car keying

Police release footage of man keying Aston Martin car

Police released CCTV footage and a picture of a man they want to trace today (Monday 17) in connection with £9,000 worth of damage to a parked Aston Martin car.

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London Ambulance Service and armed police were on the scene (Photo: Shulem Stern)

Thirteen arrested after broad daylight shooting on Ridley Road

Thirteen people were arrested in Dalston today after a man was gunned down on Ridley Road in the middle of the afternoon.

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Pocket Park volunteers

Pocket park for Clapton residents

National Grid contractors have spent 450 volunteering hours helping to transform former car park into a vibrant “Pocket Park”.

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Miriam Lantsbury

East London charity worker walks 192 miles across the UK for charity

Most people celebrate an 18th year with drinks and dancing, but one woman decided to mark 18 years at the helm of a Hackney charity by walking 192 miles across the UK.

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General view of a council tax bill.

Thousands of Hackney residents affected by benefits cut

Thousands of Hackney’s poorest families are struggling to pay bills following cuts to council tax support, according to new figures published by two leading London anti-poverty charities.

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Joe's Oriental Diner

Review: Joe’s Oriental Diner channels Asian seaside dive bar vibes

Joe’s Oriental Diner, the new venture form Scott Hallsworth of Kurobuta fame, offers tapas-like plates infused with pan-Asian flavours, which are perfect for sharing with beer.

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Trainwreck. Picture: Universal Pictures

Film review: Trainwreck

Amy Schumer and Bill Hader form a solid cast, but they’re hindered by direction that relies to much on verbal gags, says Michael Joyce.

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Dave Simpson/TGS Photo),

Hendon ready to do battle with Sheringham

O’s boss discusses this evening’s clash with Stevenage, the fans support and the good start to the season

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Leyton Orient midfielder Lloyd James wins the ball off Dagenham & Redbridge's Jodi Jones (pic: Dave Simpson/TGS Photo).

James pleased to mark milestone with victory

Orient midfielder reflects on 3-1 win over Daggers, the fans support and another good performance

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Francis Coquelin of Arsenal complains to the referee Lee Mason (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger defends under-fire Arsenal star after ‘pressure’ from Crystal Palace fans

Arsene Wenger insists Francis Coquelin should not have been sent off in the 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday.

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London Ambulance Service and armed police were on the scene (Photo: Shulem Stern)

Thirteen arrested after broad daylight shooting on Ridley Road

Thirteen people were arrested in Dalston today after a man was gunned down on Ridley Road in the middle of the afternoon.

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Win a bottle of Thomas Dakin Gin

Thomas Dakin Gin is a classic style juniper-led gin whose namesake created the world’s first quality English gin and founded the world’s oldest gin distillers in 1761. In a world first, the launch was in Manchester.

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Win a case of McGuigan Frizzante wine

Award-winning McGuigan Wines is giving away three cases of their brand new sparkling McGuigan Frizzante.

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