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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.

Try this for peak Islington: a luxury Japanese-themed dog kennel, complete with exposed beams and traditional straw matting, has been handcrafted by a Southgate Road architect to raise cash for charity.

Providing healthy food options has proved to the magic ingredient for street traders Serpil Erce and Dave Jackson – who have jointly won the title of Market Trader of the Year 2017.

Two homeless women who had been sleeping under the Stroud Green Road bridge for a year have been offered housing – weeks after the Gazette published the tragic stories of how they had ended up there.

Parents could “relate” to the Duchess of Cambridge on her visit to Hornsey Road Children’s Centre this afternoon.

Welsh rockers roll up their 20th year treading water, with just a dash of inspiration

An anonymous witness in the Pentonville Prison murder trial has withdrawn after his cover was blown after less than an hour in court.

An anonymous witness has described how a young father had a row over a smuggled parcel with one of his alleged killers the day before he was stabbed to death at Pentonville Prison in Caledonian Road.

MP David Lammy has accused Haringey Council and the Met Police of being “incapable of helping” two women sleeping rough under the Stroud Green Road bridge.

In recent months, two women have been sleeping on mattresses under the Stroud Green Road bridge. Loretta Thomas tells their stories – and finds out what barriers are stopping them accessing the help they need.

A prisoner was left “hysterical, crying and screaming” as his friend lay dying from a deep stab wound in his chest, a former inmate has said.

The volunteers who welcome refugees to Islington are appealing for landlords with empty properties to help them settle two more Syrian families.

An alleged killer went “crazy” and repeatedly stamped on a fellow inmate at Pentonville Prison as he lay mortally injured on the floor, a court heard.

Angel Central’s £8million plan to bin its iconic angel sculpture in favour of a “pointless” footbridge has fallen flat with shoppers.

Inmates at Pentonville Prison shouted and complained they were “locked up like animals” as a judge and jury went behind bars to view the site where a 21-year-old new father was stabbed to death.

A young cyclist who fatally injured a mum-of-two when he collided with her in Old Street has been sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders institution.

A young cyclist who fatally injured a mum-of-two when he collided with her in Old Street could face jail later today.

A 21-year-old inmate was killed at Pentonville Prison in a bloody battle to control the wing’s “lucrative” contraband route, a court heard.

Charity director Natalie Howarth has worked to help people for most of her life. She talked to the Gazette while showing us around Maytree in Finsbury Park – a respite centre for people at risk of suicide.

In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visit Japanese Gallery, an archetypal Camden Passage shop.

A cheese festival is coming to Chapel Market.

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