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Has there ever been a sweeter Arsenal title win than 1989? A new documentary tells the amazing story of that special night at Anfield. James Morris speaks to its editor, Sam Billinge.

This is the moment a brazen moped rider storms into an Archway cafe and steals a customer’s laptop.

A Finsbury husband and wife were looking for someone to take in their six children in order to save their marriage.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn has admitted hate crime towards women still blights his constituency – but he is confident more victims will start to come forward.

Islington community leaders – from Jeremy Corbyn to Rev Jennifer Potter – last night called out the media for helping spread hate crime.

Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North seat still faces removal, it has been confirmed.

Jeremy Corbyn is relaxed about his Islington North seat being abolished – as the Labour leader believes he can be in power before Parliament can get rid of it.

Police today launched an appeal for information on a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Upper Street’s William Hill branch.

Muslim women will share their experiences of hate crime at Finsbury Park Mosque tonight.

Campaigning kids marched on Islington Town Hall with their mums and dads to protest against cuts.

Fancy dinner cooked by famous people while helping disadvantaged young people in Islington?

Islington South and Finsbury MP Emily Thornberry has backed a Whittington drive to raise awareness of breast cancer screening, after visiting the hospital for her own appointment.

A home where up to 200 Islington kids were sent between the 1950s and 1970s is being investigated by police over allegations children there were raped and tortured.

As new chairman of Islington’s main swimming club, Andy Iwaniec has big ambitions. From a new pool to a more representative membership, he discusses his future plans with the Gazette.

The “heartbroken” brother of Nashon Esbrand has pledged to continue the fight against knife crime.

There’s being an Arsenal legend, and then there’s being on the Piebury Corner menu.

In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week, we visit an obscure shop in Hornsey Road that caters for anything to do with pianos.

For 132 years, Highbury Fields has been Islington’s biggest and most popular green space. As the barbecue row continues to smoulder, James Morris trawls through the Gazette archives – and finds the Fields’ entire history has been defined by conflict about how they should be used.

Islington Green’s iconic Collins Music Hall appeared to have been saved from closure.

A member of the public yesterday found a knife hidden in a bush outside Finsbury Library – where the anti-knife crime Ben Kinsella Exhibition is housed.

Labour’s red flag, which had flown over Islington Town Hall for five years, was dropped by council leader Margaret Hodge.

A councillor is trying to secure free parking for members of the Armed Forces – but the town hall’s transport boss wouldn’t commit.

The leader of Islington Council refused to be drawn into the Highbury Fields barbecue row last night – because of the legal action which has been taken against the town hall.

Some people consider “peak Islington” to be Upper Street’s generous range of artisan gluten-free bakeries. Others reckon it’s the Holloway homeowner who built a £2,500 cat glamping enclosure in her yard. But there was another contender on the steps of Islington Town Hall last night.

A rowdy cycling campaigner made a mockery of Islington Council’s security staff last night.

Elderly people will attack Islington Council at a town hall meeting tonight (Thu).

Islington Council is asking shops to take the lead in stopping the sale of corrosive substances after a spate of acid attacks across London this year.

Angel Central bosses want to remove the famous wings sculpture – and replace it with a bridge.

Islington’s sole competitive swimming club has started a last-ditch campaign to build a pool on the Holloway Prison site.

Islington Bangladesh Association celebrated its 35th anniversary yesterday. The Gazette learns why it’s still going strong – after the charity helped to unite what had been a divided community in the 1980s.

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