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A walk through history will raise cash for the mayor of Islington’s chosen charities on Sunday.

The community celebrated “sustainability” and British apples in Gillespie Park on Sunday.

Youngsters gained insights into the world of business at a King’s Cross careers event on Monday night.

Kids with learning difficulties need diagnosis and support sooner “to avoid the devastation exclusion can cause”, claims a councillor.

Islington Gardeners are holding their annual general meeting on Tuesday – and an eco-inventor will then give a talk on tackling drought.

A man was stabbed in Clerkenwell last night – and neighbours from a nearby estate say they saw a group of men with knives prior to the attack.

A pedestrian is in hospital after getting hit by a bus in City Road today.

Haringey is “prostituting” Finsbury Park out for Wireless Festival and should scrap the event, neighbours argued at a licensing sub-committee meeting last night.

Up to 100 children looted cheap sweets from a supermarket off Stroud Green Road and threw missiles at cars in the early hours of Sunday morning.

A new “eco-mooring zone” will be created for visiting boats between York Way and Danbury Street on the Regent’s Canal.

Meet the Highbury-born library boss who represented the borough in Parliament. She spoke about the huge range of services on offer at Islington’s ‘street corner universities’, from taekwondo to help claiming Universal Credit. The Gazette found out more.

A controversial three-storey extension to a block in Finsbury was approved despite opposition from neighbours who say the area is starting to resemble Canary Wharf.

A woman was threatened with a knife while taking her bins out in Highbury yesterday – but a 73-year-old cafe owner came to the rescue and chased him away with a rolling pin.

Premier Inn was granted planning permission to build a new branch in Finsbury Park last night – but a ward councillor warned against the “mushrooming of budget hotels” in the area.

TfL roadworks have created “gridlocked traffic and pollution” outside housing association flats in Clerkenwell.

A “really precious” Holloway community centre is fund-raising for its first refurbishment since the 1970s – and Jeremy Corbyn has backed its campaign.

Islington’s health chief Janet Burgess put her best arm forward for an early flu jab this week – and she’s urging others to do the same.

“The only Chubbuck Youth trained coach in Europe” wants to empower youngsters by offering three full bursaries to her Finsbury Park classes.

A teenager has been charged with the attempted murder of four police officers at an address in Liverpool Road on Saturday evening.

Working class people are “getting crushed by Universal Credit” and it’s fuelling mental health problems in Islington, claims a councillor.

Neighbours have pleaded for help with “squatting, drug dealing and gangs” on their Cally estate.

A celebration of “British apples and sustainability” will take place in a Finsbury Park nature reserve next week.

Islington’s housing boss says scrapping the borrowing cap could make big difference to home building in the borough – but only if the Tories “cut red tape around Right to Buy receipts and grant funding.”

A celebrated theatre architect unveiled his “cynosure of all eyes” in the Nag’s Head on October 5, 1903.

Streetwise kids put seven “really challenging questions” about crime and youth services to cops and councillors at a Holloway event this morning.

Survivors of a horrific child abuse scandal in Islington’s kids’ homes met Cllr Richard Watts to discuss a redress scheme on Friday – and they expressed distress at still not being able to access their full care records.

Social workers who witnessed abuse at Islington children’s homes will face no recriminations for speaking out, the council chief vowed at a tense meeting last night.

The annual Peace World Football Tournament took place at Cally’s Market Road pitches on Sunday.

Moped crime in Islington has fallen by more than 60 per cent compared with this time last year, according to police chiefs.

Islington Council could close parts of St John Street to traffic after a cyclist was knocked down and killed there last week, the Gazette understands.

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