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January 14 2013, 6.03PM Hackney Citizen
Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles plans to clamp down on the publication of 'town hall Pravdas' by 'hard core authorities'
October 15 2011, 7.54PM Hackney Citizen
The Hackney Citizen investigates the impact of a recent surge in property prices on Hackney rents
October 7 2011, 10.35AM Hackney Citizen
The Town Hall faces a funding shortfall of Â£60 million over the next three years - even if it raises council tax by 2.5% per year
October 2 2011, 1.05PM EastLondonLines
A new Picturehouse cinema will open in Hackney’s Mare Street on October 27 by City Screen company. In December 2010 City Screen announced it ...
September 6 2011, 3.52PM Hackney Citizen
Moves to slash spending on young people make no sense at this volatile time
April 27 2011, 10.49AM EastLondonLines
Today is the first birthday of the East London Line. The Overground train running from Dalston Junction to New Cross took its first journey on Apri...
March 3 2011, 1.14AM EastLondonLines
There were angry scenes at Hackney Town Hall this evening as protesters tried to prevent the finalisation of budget cut proposals. Despite their at...
February 27 2011, 2.34PM Hackney Citizen
The more households that fill in the census forms, the more money the borough will get for local services
January 17 2011, 11.22AM Hackney Citizen
Just two weeks before the governmentâ€™s deadline, the Town Hall has made available its data online
January 14 2011, 9.30PM Hackney Citizen
With just two weeks until the government's deadline, Hackney is one of ten London councils that have still to make available their data online
January 10 2011, 9.34AM Hackney Citizen
The council's freesheet needs to be clear about its proper function in future
December 15 2010, 4.42PM EastLondonLines
For what seems like an eternity now, we’ve known cuts have been coming, hanging over the national conversation â€“ on the news, round the wat...
December 14 2010, 8.18PM EastLondonLines
Hackney faces the maximum possible annual budget cut of 8.9 percent under the governmentâ€™s new financial settlement for local councils. Mayor of ...
December 14 2010, 2.18PM EastLondonLines
Boroughs along the east London line will be among some of the hardest hit places in the UK to be affected by coalition government plans to cut fund...
December 10 2010, 7.31PM EastLondonLines
Croydon Council paid almost Â£1.5million to councillors last year, the highest spend for any borough in London, according to research carried out b...
November 30 2010, 1.07PM Hackney Citizen
No ready cash for the councilâ€™s controversial proposal to build an electricity generating fan on Hackney Marshes
November 26 2010, 5.47PM EastLondonLines
The Mayor of Hackney has joined with two other local council leaders in a cross party fight to preserve for public services in London. Julius Pipe ...
November 18 2010, 10.15PM Hackney Citizen
The borough paid tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives during military service, with a procession and church service on Remembrance Sunday
November 13 2010, 6.00PM EastLondonLines
Hackneyâ€™s opportunity to gain a lasting legacy from the 2012 Olympic Games will be discussed by Hackney Wick and Kings Park residents next Tuesda...
October 28 2010, 12.35PM Hackney Citizen
Council may be forced to make 'devastating decisions' if the bulk of Whitehall funding cuts are made in the first year
October 7 2010, 5.33PM Hackney Citizen
The Government is currently consulting on a new Code of Recommended Practice on Local Authority Publicity
September 19 2010, 9.33AM Hackney Citizen
Council is following 'with interest' the national debate about combining the roles of council leader and chief executive
September 9 2010, 11.21PM Hackney Citizen
Former London mayor visits Mare Street and speaks out over proliferation of bookmakers in the borough
September 5 2010, 9.47AM Hackney Citizen
Puzzle over lack of nominations and missing categories
September 5 2010, 9.42AM Hackney Citizen
Members of community-based initiative still await full explanation