The inquest of Holloway academic Jeroen Ensink will focus on police and mental health authorities after he was stabbed to death by a psychotic man.

A charity that uses food waste to feed deprived communities is launching a new lunch club in Finsbury Park this weekend.

Imagine sharing your home with David Hockney, Gerhard Richter, Henry Moore and Bridget Riley – to name just a few. Tim Sayer doesn’t have to. Inside his Islington townhouse are more than 500 works of art – collected over half a century.

A section of the Holloway Road will be shut during Arsenal home matches until mid-June, transport bosses have announced.

In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visit VX in Caledonian Road, the deli “trying to make veganism fun”.

TV gardener Joe Swift helped launch this year’s Islington in Bloom competition on Thursday.

For many, Sundays are a chance to unwind with friends and family. But for some elderly people that just makes it seem all the more lonely.

A century-old photo of Islington Cycling Club has provided some unlikely inspiration for the refurbishment of a shop in Hornsey Rise, writes David Child.

Overground stations between Gospel Oak and Barking will shut for several weekends, and for one longer period later in the year, to allow electrification of the line.

Max Halley’s grin will be a familiar sight to anyone who’s ever gone looking for lunch in Stroud Green Road. He tells David Child why he’s so happy.

A father, mother and their two-year-old son have suffered burns following an acid attack.

Footballers are kicking off over plans to move their five-a-side league out of a leisure centre – to make room for a trampoline park.

A disgruntled cafe owner recently given a £2,500 bill for displaying an outdated food hygiene rating has defended his actions, insisting: “I wasn’t trying to lie.”

Business owners around Highbury Fields are pleading for more protection from burglars after two independent shops became the latest in the neighbourhood to be hit by raiders.

Police officer and historian Darren O’Brien tells the story of the day in 1917 the Finsbury Rifles suffered their biggest loss during the First World War.

An “A-list” Camden Passage deli was last night granted an alcohol licence – depsite the protests of neighbours.

The Gazette was very proud to help dish out Islington’s civic awards to the cream of Islington last night.

Sgt Sarah Adegboyega earned her stripes by constantly challenging herself and those around her to push their boundaries and develop their self-confidence.

A man has been charged in relation to November’s inmate escape from Pentonville Prison.

He has been savaged by everyone from the right-wing press to members of his own Parliamentary Labour Party. And now Prof Stephen Hawking has become the latest to have a pop at Islington North MP and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

A family-run café that hosts kids’ parties in Highbury is facing a bill for hundreds of pounds after “scumbags” broke in and flooded the place.

Nightmarish dinner ladies are a recipe for success if the first annual Islington Children’s Book Award is anything to go by.

The Duke of Edinburgh met his “brother” when he visited an ancient Clerkenwell almshouse today, jokingly telling his sibling: “you look starved”.

A news agency has agreed to pay Finsbury Park Mosque undisclosed damages after wrongly linking it to terrorism.

A Barnsbury woman who made bullets in munitions factories during the war celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday.

Every week, we take to the streets to find a start-up business right here in Islington. This week, we found a takeaway focusing on “clean eating”.

Holloway snapper Josh Redman’s clients include international businesses – but Islington is still his inspiration, he tells the Gazette.

A barber whose Balls Pond Road salon was destroyed by a fire in November is back in business – despite the fact the blaze made him homeless.

For many, Islington can be a tough place to grow up. But three times a year, Mary’s Youth Club in Upper Street pays five lucky teens to mentor peers while doing activities they love. Tara Joshi visited the latest batch

An Archway family is about to reach its £44,000 target to fund the cancer treatment of 17-year-old Sofie Lynott.

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