Sometimes it’s hard not to feel despondent about the state of our democracy.
South Islington remains a hotspot for moped crime, and Finsbury Park is a key hub in moving stolen phones out of the country, it was claimed at a public meeting last night.
A 10-year-old girl has beaten developers in the battle to save Islington Central’s “beautiful” Angel Wings sculpture, after councillors voted her way on Thursday.
A single mother is demanding that the council fixes her flood-damaged flat – and foot the bill.
Mohammed Kozbar, chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque, will be awarded “substantial damages” after the High Court ruled on Wednesday that the Daily Telegraph had published defamatory statements about him.
Momentum activists could have a significant impact on the doorsteps of north London ahead of May’s election. The Gazette asked activists from four north London boroughs how socialism is bedding in.
Three “vital” careers advisors at Pentonville Prison are set to be laid off at the end of the week.
A mum-of-two who shed more than 10 stone after joining a Barbican slimming group has just completed her first extreme fitness event – and says she’s never been healthier.
An award-winning period education programme is donating free femcare products to 11 schools in Islington.
A remarkable teenager who travelled to Britain on his own and now helps give a voice to kids in care leads the pack at tonight’s civic awards.
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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