Newsroom (hackney council)
2017
21
Mar
2017
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Deputy Mayor speaks out about funding threat to Hackney schools

21
Mar
2017
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Hackney Council begins next chapter in social work innovation – with £2m Department for Education grant

15
Mar
2017
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Supported housing reforms ‘could cause the next crisis in social care’, Hackney Council warns MPs

14
Mar
2017
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Inspiring young Hackney women to be bold for change

13
Mar
2017
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Walk this way… for 10 minutes a day

08
Mar
2017
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Mayor calls for 'Dubs scheme' to remain open

06
Mar
2017
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Council sets ambitious apprenticeship target

03
Mar
2017
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Skip a licence, face a fine

23
Feb
2017
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New ambulance station for ‘lifesaving’ volunteer group

21
Feb
2017
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Help shape the development of the Dalston Quarter

20
Feb
2017
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Hefty Court fine for illegal roof extension

15
Feb
2017
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Scrutiny commission launches questionnaire about unregistered schools

15
Feb
2017
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Late Night Levy proposed to help fund policing and community safety

13
Feb
2017
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Council budget set to protect key services

13
Feb
2017
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Children go the extra mile with new health initiative

06
Feb
2017
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Preventing FGM for future generations

26
Jan
2017
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Hackney half marathon returns

25
Jan
2017
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Steps towards a fossil fuel free pension fund

23
Jan
2017
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Future of iconic London venue secured with 15 year lease

16
Jan
2017
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Cabinet to consider proposals to buy the Tesco site in Morning Lane

12
Jan
2017
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Landmark £200m Nightingale Estate regeneration given green light

2016
12
Dec
2016
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Flooding in Stoke Newington

09
Dec
2016
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Winter festival makes Woodberry Down sparkle

07
Dec
2016
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Oslo meets Hackney 2016

30
Nov
2016
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Mayor responds to open letter regarding Hackney Today

28
Nov
2016
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Have your say on proposed changes to neighbourhood housing offices

28
Nov
2016
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Hackney Design Awards 2016 winners announced

28
Nov
2016
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Changes to Council’s Cashiers Service from December

23
Nov
2016
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Funding changes could cost Hackney schools £20m

22
Nov
2016
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Scrapping of Pay to Stay ‘a victory for working families’, says Hackney Council

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