An investigation has been launched after police shot a man during an armed robbery near the Clapton Park Estate late last night. Hackney police and firearm officers were sent to Mandeville Street in Lower Clapton at 10.50pm after reports of an armed robbery of a vehicle. Scotland Yard say a police gun was fired and a man was injured. He was taken to hospital, where his condition is not yet known.
The team behind Victoria Park festival All Points East has announced a free community programme to take place between the two weekends of live music next month. In the Neighbourhood will feature activities and events hosted by organisations from Hackney and Tower Hamlets over four days during half term.
A pub landlord has threatened to shut down his Hornsey Road boozer after being slapped with a noise nuisance notice following a fundraiser for a paralysed stab victim. The event at the Corner Flag raised more than £2,000 for Darren Harrison, who was left with no feeling in his right side after a horrific attack in his home on January 26.
@jantucker555 Hi Jan, I'm doing a history piece for the Islington Gazette on the Methodist Hall after the new plans were unveiled. Can we have a chat, please? I've been sent a history of it which I think was written by you! I'm on 020 7433 0104. Thanks
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