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Neighbours in Tufnell Park say anti-social behaviour by drug users is making their lives a misery – and has been exacerbated by an enormous hedge.

Roz Miller has been working with Islington Faiths Forum since 2005. She tells Valeria Fiore why its efforts are needed now more than ever in the wake of the Finsbury Park terror attack.

A 51-year-old victim of the suspected terror attack in Finsbury Park on Monday died from “multiple injuries”, a post-mortem examination has found.

The Prince of Wales last night delivered a personal message of solidarity from the Queen to Finsbury Park.

Two prisoners who escaped Pentonville Prison by sawing through a metal bar, clambering over the roof and swinging round a CCTV pole on a bed sheet will have to spend even longer behind bars.

Plans for the long awaited “anti-suicide” barrier on Archway Bridge finally look set to be signed off.

In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we drop by at Meltdown in the Cally – a pub dedicated to gaming.

Islington’s hero carers are invited to make friends and discover services at free Carers’ Week events from Monday.

A thousand people were given the chance to grace the Emirates Stadium turf.

A London Metropolitan University student has been jailed for 15 years for planting a home-made bomb on a busy Tube train.

The results are in after Islington Greens and Tufnell Park Parents unleashed “citizen science” to measure air pollution levels across the borough.

Roll up! Shoppers are being asked to nominate their favourite market trader for the Islington’s Market Trader of the Year Award 2017.

The man who invented “the single most important contribution to the Industrial Revolution” has been honoured with a blue heritage plaque.

Neighbours and community groups joined architects and planners on Saturday to shape a new “vision” for the section of the A1 between the Odeon and Holloway Road Tube station.

Rats, mice and cockroaches plagued 13 Islington restaurants last year, according to council papers.

A Newington Green mum is raising awareness of a rare condition that cost her baby son’s life in February.

Some 30 people left Islington to fight in the Spanish Civil War in the late 1930s. The Gazette visits Islington Museum to hear their stories.

In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visit the founders of Cup the Market in Bunhill Row’s Cass Business School.

Climate protesters will face down these “monsters” in Upper Street on Saturday in the hope of getting Islington Council to listen to their demands.

Guest writer Mike Durham takes the Gazette on a journey through the history of his musical family – who made concertinas in Holloway Road.

Business chiefs in European-dominated Exmouth Market fear Brexit is already affecting their shops, cafes and bars.

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.

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