Upscale: this way for high couture THE SIGNS PICTURED at left demonstrate council success in encouraging big business into Hackney.
MARKS AND SPENCER is returning to Dalston.
FROM THIS weekend, Hackney’s two cinemas, the Picturehouse and Rio, will be joined by a third.
Why the tax office will have to continue to wait for the money it says it’s owed by Mr London Fields BreweryLoving Dalston 26 Jan
“Jules” Wilkinson, co-founder of London Fields Brewery, at its press launch in 2011 THE REVENUE’S ATTEMPT to retrieve almost £1 million owed to it by London Fields Brewery has hit another setback.
Only for the affluent: the TFC-located machine makes the withdrawal fee clear TIRED OF BEING CAUGHT OUT by cash dispensers that make whopping charges for their services? Soon you may be unable to find an ATM that doesn’t.
TIME OUT first landed on the streets of London in 1968, when young revolutionaries rattled governments in France, the US and other countries.
Haggerston Baths will stay dry. A century of serving Hackney people ends as developers fail to save poolLoving Dalston 5 Dec
Grand opening: the Edwardians knew how to throw a launch party HAGGERSTON BATHS will be closed to swimmers for ever.
THE FUTURE for a youth club that provides a haven for Hackney youngsters is looking a little better since its premises were offered for sale.
SHOREDITCH’S MP has returned to the fray in her battle for better broadband for Britain, especially for Silicon Roundabout.
A chef is reducing his personal weekly food spend to £20, to publicise a new healthy eating charity in Haggerston.
THIS HANDSOME late-Georgian Stoke Newington school was built in 1837 for the poor.
THE CITY OF LONDON Corporation is to take a chunk of Hackney public space — with the approval of the council.
The Acorn may not be not rich in design ideas, but this art nouveau-influenced sign is pleasing THE ACORN in Haggerston has had a last-minute reprieve from the owner’s threat of demolition.
Storm in a Brexit cup of coffee… or chic cocktails all the way for those catering to Hackney café society?Loving Dalston 1 Nov
COFFEE BARS, upscale cafés and other millennial-targeting venues have been opening in Hackney only slightly faster than they have been failing.
THE BUSINESSMAN WHO owns the Acorn has stonewalled Loving Dalston’s request for openness about his planned demolition of the pub, which has had a loyal local following.
Equinox is limbering up for London expansion four years after it first opened in the capital, the high-end American fitness chain beloved of celebrities has revealed.
Grassy gentleness: the handsome Haggerston Park is opposite the Acorn FEW PEOPLE would mourn the closing of the Acorn.
Above, not one of the trains being considered by Abellio: the service is at least a little more up to date than the Castlemaine-Maldon steamer in east Australia THE POPULAR Liverpool Street to Stansted airport rail route is to continue to ...
THIS MONTH or early the next the last signs of a business that blazed a trail in Dalston will be thrown into a recycler.
One of Hong Kongs richest men has suspended plans for a luxury £250 million hotel in Shoreditch after being spooked by the tremors rocking the property market since Brexit.
MOST PEOPLE occasionally have seemingly bright lightbulb moments.
A RUMOUR that the prime site of St Matthias , above , at Hackney E8 1NH has been sold for £2.2 million has been denied by the youth club’s chairman.
LONDON FIELDS has cost Hackney council £139,970 it never planned to spend.
Top, what the lesser-paid of Hackney are offered, and above, happy hipster haunt the nearby Dalston Roof Park in Ashwin Street E8 FROM HOXTON to Clapton, Hackney has many rooftop venues targeting the hipster pound.
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