The Whittington Hospital has not been affected by a cyber attack on NHS organisations across the country.
A team of police officers has been assigned a novel beat – Camden and Islington’s hospitals.
A surgical ward at the Whittington Hospital has been closed after the vomiting and sickness bug norovirus spread among patients and staff.
An engineering design blunder could mean part-closures on the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line stretch into early 2018 – with seething funders Transport for London (TfL) promising to seek compensation.
Islington’s top cop this week suggested she could use drones to fight crime in the borough.
A 69-year-old man with stage 3 cancer has claimed he was “shoved in a corner” of A&E for 16 hours after being rushed to hospital with open wounds.
Railway engineers working on Christmas Day will sound loud horns between Gospel Oak and Upper Holloway stations in a bid to finish Overground maintenance by February next year.
A thoughtless 999 caller who demanded to be taken from Hornsey to Finsbury Park after running out of cash is being used as an example by police to warn against time wasting.
The man overseeing a radical plan to ward off a funding crisis in north London’s health services has said a solution has “not yet been found”.
Sixth-formers from two Islington schools took a trip to Auschwitz as part of a campaign to ensure the terrible lessons of the Second World War are remembered by this generation. The Gazette was there.
A major supermarket has teamed up with the Gazette to put money raised from the 5p levy on plastic bags to good use in the borough.
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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