'No need to panic but please avoid area,' Hackney Council say
Latest figures reveal London's six host boroughs have seen some of the highest property price rises in the capital since the 2012 summer games, as the Olympic legacy lives on...
The unsigned rapper released a hip hop album in 2011 featuring songs titled ‘Pleasing my feelings’, ‘I was wrong', and ‘Enter the darkness’
This London architect needed a test bed for ideas. He soon spotted the potential of a grotty Hackney maisonette that "no one else wanted"....
Cambridge University researchers used half a million tweets and Foursquare check-ins in over 40,000 venues
Just because illegal faith schools are not harming the wider public does not mean that they do no harm. Children whose horizons are blinkered cannot flourish
Karen Wright meets the artist in her studio in Finsbury Park
Sophie Heawood was amazed when the Yorkshire comprehensive she attended in the 1990s made it on to Tatler's latest list of Britain’s best state schools. And it got her looking back
The boys were approached as they walked to school along a footpath at 8am
The unassuming Dutchman is the planet's greatest micro-vegetable innovator who believes his creations could help the developing world avoid heart disease and cancer
The ultra-orthodox Jews of Stamford Hill do not take kindly to strangers, as Etan Smallman reports
The runner was found on the A10, which runs between Tottenham and Shoreditch
Police have 'lost control' of the streets, according to a recently retired police sergeant
'There's frightening stuff going on, playgrounds sold off to be more Canary Wharf new builds.'
The wounded officer is recovering in hospital after being shot in the shoulder
New maps indicate a significant shift of poor communities out from the centre of the capital