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A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 20-year-old was knifed to death in Finsbury Park..

Fans outside Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium today greeted news of Arsene Wenger’s resignation with relief – but also spoke of sadness at the end of an era.

Frightened tenants in a south Islington estate say outdoor lighting failures are making it a “burglar’s paradise”.

In a weekly feature, we profile and champion a fascinating shop or company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visited a new cafe in Pentonville Road battling the botched financial system minute by minute.

The life’s work of Islington’s Beryl Vosburgh, one of the first specialist antique photographica collectors in London, will go on auction next month.

Islington in Bloom has begun.

Two years on from the EU referendum, Nick Turton and his Islington in Europe cronies just won’t give up and accept Brexit. After their latest campaign outside Angel station and Nag’s Head over the weekend. Nick tells the Gazette what drives them.

A fundraiser set up to help a disabled Upper Holloway pensioner who was conned out of her life savings has raised almost £1,000.

A stalwart of Islington’s Polish community, Aleksandra Podhorodecka MBE is organising a ‘heritage day’ at the Parish of Our Lady of Czestochowa and St Casimir in Devonia Road. She speaks to the Gazette.

A Camden Passage military antiques dealer has defended his stock of Third Reich memorabilia, saying his customers aren’t Nazis.

An Islington sports project has helped 15 women become qualified lifeguards.

Running London’s most famous floating bookshop hasn’t always been plain sailing – but right now is a ‘golden age’ for booksellers, owner Jonathan Privett tells the Gazette.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped by at St Luke’s Community Centre in Central Street, Finsbury, for an international-themed lunch this afternoon.

Two soldiers from Islington, who were both awarded the Victoria Cross during the First World War, were honoured by the town hall today – 100 years after their brave actions.

Homeowners and tenants are scared to leave their homes at night as violent muggings continue to blight the north of Islington.

What do you do if someone is attacked with corrosive liquid?

New figures have highlighted the intense pressure the Whittington Hospital estate was under during winter.

City University students showed their support for striking lecturers by staging a sit-in protest this week.

Business owners waded in to try and break apart a 20-strong group of scrapping teenagers in Highbury last night.

In a weekly feature, we profile and champion a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visited the long-standing Junction Pets shop in Junction Road, Archway.

Neighbours and campaigners say the new Highbury Leisure Centre extension is an eyesore – and doesn’t match the plans that were originally agreed with the council.

A mural mocking Donald Trump and Theresa May may have turned a small Islington shopping street into a tourist attraction – but that didn’t stop new shop owners from painting over it.

A disabled pensioner was left without heating for six days after an Islington Council helpline told her: “Everyone is vulnerable – it’s not like you can jump the queue.”

A man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack smiled after ploughing a van into worshippers and blew a kiss at the angry crowd as he was bundled into a police vehicle, a court has heard.

A man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack “decided to take matters into his own hands” after growing angry at a rise in terrorism and the Rotherham child exploitation scandal, a court heard today.

Sixteen new council houses have been unveiled on top of the new Cat and Mouse Library in Archway.

Godfrey’s Butchers has served people in Highbury since farmers drove cattle down the streets.

The banner “Choose Life, Drop the Knife” is boldly displayed between two columns outside St Mellitus Church in Finsbury Park. But what does religion have to do with knife crime?

The man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack has pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder.

Three inmates have today been cleared of stabbing a new father to death in a war over phones and drugs smuggled into Pentonville Prison.

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