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08
February
2018
Young people and local organisations joined Mayor Philip Glanville and senior councillors at Hackney Town Hall on Thursday 8 February to launch the report ‘Hackney Wick Through Young Eyes’. The report aims to give a platform to the
08
February
2018
More than 600 people cheered on the borough’s sporting stars as they were presented with awards for their achievements over the past year. The 12th annual Hackney Sports Awards celebrated the sporting excellence of local schools, students,
08
February
2018
Nearly 30 genuinely affordable new Council homes to replace a disused boiler house were given the green light yesterday as Council plans to transform eyesores across Hackney with hundreds of new Council homes gather momentum. The 26 high quality
05
February
2018
In 2015 Transport for London (TfL) and Hackney Council announced improvements to CS1 in Hackney. Following further consultations, additional improvements around De Beauvoir Road and Wordsworth Road were installed to reduce rat-running

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09
February
2018
Last night Hackney Council’s licensing committee agreed a draft licensing policy, and will recommend it for approval at the next Full Council meeting on 21 February. Licensing Chair, Cllr Emma Plouviez, explains why it is important for Hackney
31
January
2018
Cllr Carole Williams, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Equalities, on how flexible working options can help more women in better-quality employment:
23
January
2018
Hackney Council has announced plans for new homes at a living rent – which could see eligible renters save nearly £10,000 a year on the average two-bedroom flat and help them to build up a deposit to buy their first home. It&
21
December
2017
Cllr Caroline Selman, Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement, responds to the Home Office’s announcement on police funding for 2018/19: