A teenager handed a life sentenced after the “gratuitous and senseless” murder of 15 year-old Alan Cartwright was already on bail on suspicion of possessing a knife.
A teenager accused of stabbing 15-year-old Alan Cartwright to death for his bike wept when he entered the police station because of flowers on the road, a court heard.
An Islington landlord has been left with a bill of more than £7,000 after failing to licence a house in multiple occupation (HMO).
Kings Cross Station has earned a small fortune of almost £1.4 million in the past three years by charging people to use the toilet.
On Tuesday 22 of September residents will be offered the unique experience to see through the eyes of the visually impaired.
Police officers in Islington continue to search for a 16 year-old man who went missing seven years ago, after he failed to return to his family home in Finsbury Park.
The leader of the Finsbury Park Mosque is encouraging Muslim families in Islington to take in Syrian refugees.
Police are searching an elderly woman who suffers from dementia.
A top Muslim leader has a called for community cohesion to tackle the “disease” of Islamophobia.
A refugee centre has been relaunched just in time to support people fleeing Syria after David Cameron announced that the UK will take 4,000 migrants a year until 2020.
Metropolitan Police officers are appealing for help to find a missing mentally ill man from Islington who may be in possession of a knife.
The day got off to an exciting start when Islington’s deputy mayor, Kat Fletcher, took an impromptu role in the boat race.
Police have identified a teenage boy who was stabbed to death in Hoxton on Friday night as Marcel Addai.
Police are appealing for information to trace a vulnerable missing woman from Islington.
Yvette Cooper emerged today as the biggest challenge to favourite Jeremy Corbyn in the battle to become the next Labour leader, after last night’s Sky News live debate - at least according to political punters.
Consolations are taking place on a free school proposed to open in Islington in 2017, with a focus on maths, finance and creativity as its main ethos.
Fourteen incidents in the borough in past five years
Residents say they will have no escape
A man who showed “no remorse whatsoever” after he burgled the homes of 14 vulnerable and elderly women in Islington in a six-month spree has been jailed for 10 years.
A disposable coffee cup used by Jeremy Corbyn as sold in an online auction for £51.
Fight for law change on companies using ‘planned obsolescence’
Islington residents have just a few days left to respond to the council’s plans to put a limit on controversial basement extensions.
Boss’s more than £250,000 package could pay 12 nurses’ wages
An Arsenal man has set up a fundraising page for his pet cat so that she can have a vital treatment, which will stop her living a life of constant pain.
An Islington hospital has denied that its chief executive earns a salary of over a quarter of a million pounds.
Islington brothers Conor and Asa Cusack spent four days in the saddle cycling between Sheffield and London to raise £2,500 for children in Palestine.
Students at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School achieved the school’s best ever results today.
Senior security officers at the Nag’s Head Centre have said a bigger police presence in the area is the only way to stop mounting anti-social behaviour.
Search for pal John who went missing 53 years
A petition has been launched to oppose development
“With teenagers there’s a lot of banter, and you can really establish a relationship. You have to trust teenagers to make their own decisions.”
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