Islington Council has made yet another data gaffe – by leaking personal information of 559 ex-employees to its own former leader.

A very different kind of matchday programme is doing the rounds at Emirates Stadium games this season. The Arsenal History Programme focuses on forgotten facts, and the Gazette speaks to its mastermind, Paul Matz.

Tenants trying to pay their rent were “hopping mad” after being locked out of Islington Council offices.

A man in his 60s was left for dead after being run over in Holloway.

An Archway teenager planned to invest in real estate from the proceeds of his drug dealing.

Police have today released an image of a man wanted after a woman was sexually assaulted on the 341 bus in Islington Green.

Islington homeowners and tenants face a five per cent council tax increase – but town hall leaders promised there will be no cuts to frontline services.

Six fire engines and 35 firefighters were called to a flat fire in Grosvenor Avenue, Highbury, this morning.

An Islington family is “broken” after the death of its “queen” – who left behind 101 children and grandchildren.

A 14-year-old girl needed 29 stitches after being attacked in a moment of “inhuman cruelty” – by her father.

Over three-quarters of young people in Islington feel they don’t get enough opportunities – so two charities have listened.

The Friends of Finsbury Park group will return to the High Court in its campaign against Wireless Festival and other music events.

Upper Street homeowners are pleading with the town hall not to grant an alcohol licence to an artisan gluten-free bakery.

Police were hunting a knife-wielding gang of 15 youths who attacked and stabbed two men in Islington.

A mother this afternoon urged people to keep their phones hidden from view – after her 15-year-old daughter became one of the latest victims of Islington’s moped snatching shame.

People in Islington are “far more likely” to be affected by the latest increase in rail fares, according to MP Emily Thornberry.

A politician stumbled across the bizarre scene of a police horse climbing onto the 43 bus in Upper Street.

A hero postman was praised in court for chasing an attempted robber – even after he got on a bus.

“No one deserves a knighthood more than Sir Don McCullin.” That’s the view of Terry Silvester, a childhood friend of the legendary photographer, after he was named in the New Year Honours list on Saturday.

An Islington Council official disciplined for alleged racial harassment was paid £16,000 to “go quietly”.

Islington Council’s health leader has asked people to join her in making a New Year pledge to improve their wellbeing in 2017.

Drunks vomiting in broad daylight, urinating in “very public places” and sleeping off hangovers in the library.

A third man has been charged with the murder of Jamal Mahmoud in Pentonville Prison.

You couldn’t move for people in Islington Green last night, at the annual Menorah lighting festival. Rabbi Mendy Korer tells the Gazette that after decades of inactivity, Islington once again has a vibrant Jewish community.

Does this sound familiar? Just as in 2016, Islington Council ended 1956 fighting a Conservative government’s housing policies.

In 1963, The Beatles began a festive residency of Finsbury Park. We found it was an era when all the best bands played in Seven Sisters Road.

A notorious Caledonian Road landlord has lost another planning battle against Islington Council.

It’s one of the UK’s iconic toilet venues for up-and-coming rock bands.

Islington Council will lobby the government to scrap an “unfair” administration fee for domestic violence victims.

Islington’s education leader has promised that the council is ready to take action against government cuts to schools.

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