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23
May
2018
A town hall is more than just a building: it represents both local government and the community, and provides a public space where the two can meet. Now an illuminating display in Hackney Town Hall’s newly refurbished vaults will shed light on the
21
May
2018
Savvy shoppers in Hackney should head straight to Ridley Road Market and fill their baskets - it's official it has the best bargain buys in the borough and beats the supermarkets on price and value. With shopping list in hand, one Hackney
15
May
2018
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, has confirmed his Cabinet team, who will support him during his first full term. It sees the introduction of a second deputy mayor, and former Chair of the Children and Young People Scrutiny Commission,
10
May
2018
Hackney council is taking steps to help improve the mental wellbeing of residents as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, sharing some of the everyday ways local people can help themselves. Mental Health Awareness Week, which will run from

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11
May
2018
Cllr Caroline Selman, Hackney Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement, outlines how the borough’s Integrated Gangs Unit is working to reduce violent crime:
11
May
2018
Hackney Mayor Philip Glanville has called on the new Home Secretary to undo immigration policies which led to members of the borough’s ‘Windrush generation’ being refused access to public services and threatened with deportation. Writing to Sajid
05
April
2018
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, responds to the increase in violent attacks in the borough in recent weeks:
21
March
2018
The Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville warns that future funding of the NHS locally must be secured and not used to plug gaps elsewhere in North East London.