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Shoreditch surge in hiring techies helps to boost Hays 

13 Jul

London's biggest recruiter Hays said on Friday strong tech hiring in Old Street and Shoreditch had helped stop the rot in the capital's jobs market.


Dalston’s great market is keeping its roots and Hackney is reviving Kingsland says council 

25 Jun

Ridley Road Market: a stronghold of tradition steadily winning young fans Nicholson: offering market pitches for £44 a week RIDLEY ROAD MARKET is being boosted by Hackney council, and the old Kingsland Waste is to be revived.


See no evil, hear no evil: fiasco of the inaudible Hackney council public planning meeting 

9 Jun

MOST HACKNEYITES have never seen local democracy in action at the town hall.


Marks and Spencer churchy charity choice raises unholy doubts after Dalston opening 

7 Jun

The Reverend Joshua Zvimba, vicar of the massive St Mark’s church in Dalston WHEN MARK’S AND SPENCER returned to Dalston after decades away from Kingsland High Street, it decided to choose a charity partner that was local.


Pub world buzzes with stories that a multinational fancies a taste of a Tottenham brewery 

4 Jun

LONDONERS HAVE warmly embraced the concept of craft beer.


Motorcycle dreams: from Stoke Newington on a Czech bike to a brewery in pilsner’s homeland 

31 May

STOKE NEWINGTON biker businessman Andrew Almond is doing what the worst in-midlife-crisis Londoner can but dream of: riding a classic motorcycle across Europe.


Hope at last for youth club blighted by eviction as work starts on new premises 

19 May

WORK HAS STARTED on a block of flats and offices property that will include bespoke basement for a Dalston youth club.


Dalston hit restaurant Fed By Water sunk by water problem plans new venue 

17 May

A RESTAURANT THAT QUICKLY won a following for its blend of vegan food, Italian cooking, good wines and craft beer has closed.


As arts come to the rescue of Hackney property buyers, others mumble: Gentrification! 

27 Apr

Boys with guitars: the Hackney Arts Centre in its planned reincarnation JUST AS FALLING property prices around London start to hit in Hackney, along comes a cultural scheme bound to add to the appeal of the area.


Property group secures £390m to transform Shoreditch 'Stage' site 

18 Apr

A property firm redeveloping a Shoreditch site where Shakespeares Henry V was first performed, on Wednesday revealed it has secured a £390 million loan for the luxury flats project.


Hackney council admits its no-car policy for new developments has to be repaired 

15 Apr

DEMOCRACY, FIASCO OR FLOP? Your decide.


Marks and Spencer calls on a Hackney pirate girl to snip the silk for a grand Dalston opening 

10 Apr

AN 11-year-old Hackney schoolgirl will officially open the Marks and Spencer Foodhall next to Dalston Kingsland tomorrow morning.


What a Freemason openness drive revealed about Hackney planning councillors: a mason-free zone 

6 Apr

THE FREEMASONS have an image problem.


Challenger bank OakNorth backs Shoreditch apartments 

3 Apr

Small-business lender OakNorth is pumping £10 million into luxury flats near Silicon Roundabout.


We asked market traders in Dalston how Brexit will affect their business 

21 Mar

As Brexit begins to bite across the UK, the Hackney Post ventured over to the markets of Dalston, in order to find out what market traders think about Britain’s divorce from the European Union.


Small business owners slam Hackney rent rises 

15 Mar

Small businesses claimed this week that they were being forced out of Hackney by rent rises, telling the Mayor: “Rent rises are squeezing out businesses.


Another park shock as Hackney again comes up against the power of property dealers 

14 Mar

So inoffensively designed that their mildness overwhelms the otherwise-striking church HACKNEY COUNCIL’S HOUSING POLICY is coming under increasing criticism as developers encroach on the borough’s open spaces, said to comprise more than any other...


Hackney businesses unprepared for new EU data regulations 

9 Mar

Businesses in Hackney are as unprepared as the rest of the country for new EU rules that will change the way customer data is handled, after new research from a leading business organisation found that only a tenth of Britain’s businesses ...


Small businesses fear ruin from prolonged Hackney town centre regeneration 

7 Mar

Independent shop owners have described the controversial regeneration of Hackney Central’s Narrow Way as a “nightmare” that could force them out of business.


Go East, young hipster, Hackney and around is the hotspot the property market is moving to 

1 Mar

WHAT MILLENNIALS SAY about gentrification and what they do are not necessarily connected.


A decade in the making: how the Tesco-Booker £3.7 billion deal revamps retail 

28 Feb

When Tesco made a £3.7 billion swoop for cash-and-carry chain Booker last January it marked perhaps the biggest change in strategy since Jack Cohen set up his Hackney market stall in 1924.


Shoreditch and Hackney hipsters are shrugging off Brexit to buy new homes 

26 Feb

Brexit uncertainty has not dented the sale of new homes in the capitals hipster hotspots, research showed on Monday.


Hackney’s Hipster line leaves London muggers behind as it extends weekend night services 

24 Feb

The link between north and southeast London has been seized on by millennials THE EXTENDED all-night weekend service on the slick railway that links Dalston with parts north and south has been so popular with millennials it has kept crime at bay.


The extraordinary story of how one woman set up a Shoreditch social enterprise by seeking out positivity 

21 Feb

Ruth Rogers reveals how she started a business from zero.


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