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October
2017
Several streets around Frampton Park Road will be closed to through traffic and the environment will be improved with new trees. In a recent consultation with residents and businesses, 66% of respondents supported the measures which will reduce
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11
October
2017
This November, Hackney residents will be able to enjoy a free three course meal at a top restaurant and learn how to cook healthy cheap meals as part of a new London-wide campaign. Small Change, Big Difference, will help people eat more things
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10
October
2017
In this video Cllr Carole Williams, Cabinet Member for Employment, Skills and Human Resources, introduces Ada Lovelace Day, an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). We
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09
October
2017
Sport is on the agenda for Hackney this Black History Season as the Council hosts an exhibition, a public debate and a sports photography project for young people. Gaining unprecedented access to top sporting events across the country, young
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16
October
2017
Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney, Cllr Caroline Selman, Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement, and Cllr Sade Etti, Hackney No Place for Hate Champion, write in support of National Hate Crime Awareness Week:  "This week
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26
September
2017
As we enter a party conference season that it is clear will be dominated by Brexit debates, some no doubt more constructive than others, the 3 million EU nationals living in this country may be feeling that they have become collateral damage in the
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15
September
2017
Responding to the Government’s announcement on the national funding formula for schools, Cllr Anntoinette Bramble, Deputy Mayor of Hackney, said: "It’s reassuring that the Government listened to councils, teachers, parents and
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01
September
2017
A father and son duo who own a builders’ merchants in Stoke Newington have explained why they don’t sell corrosive substances to anyone under the age of 18. Grant and Asif Rifat from KAC Builders’ Merchants in Stoke Newington
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