A dad accused of murdering his one-year-old boy and trying to kill his twin sister at their Finsbury Park home appeared at the Old Bailey today.

Detectives investigating the killing of Jonathon “JJ” McPhillips in Upper Street have made a fourth arrest.

‘Show some respect’ is the message from people on the Grade II-listed Golden Lane Estate to Islington Council and the City. The Gazette found out why plans for a school, private flats and a council tower block have angered them.

The Islington Labour Group has come under fire for offering paid positions to councillors based on the amount of political campaigning they do.

A dog died and two women were rescued by firefighters during a late-night blaze in a block of flats.

A man has been charged with the murder of a one-year-old boy and the attempted murder of a girl of the same age after a “domestic incident” in Finsbury Park.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder after a one-year-old boy died and his twin sister was critically injured in an attack in Finsbury Park.

A one-year-old boy has died and a girl of the same age is fighting for her life after they were found with critical injuries at a Finsbury Park flat.

Murder detectives investigating the killing of Jonathon “JJ” McPhillips have made two more arrests.

A Highbury café has been left with a bill for £2,500 after claiming it had a top food hygiene rating of 5 – when the actual rating was 1.

A 15-year-old boy has been jailed for four years over a gang stabbing at Caledonian Road and Barnsbury Overground station last summer that left another boy seriously injured.

A report into the Upper Street flooding has been delayed until April, Thames Water has said.

A Holloway care home got a therapeutic community orchard thanks to the greenfingered people who live there.

A 22-storey building straddling the Hackney and Islington border could provide six floors of office space and 100 private-rented flats – but no on-site “affordable” housing.

Murder detectives investigating the killing of Jonathon “JJ” McPhillips have made an arrest.

A heartless thief stole a £450 buggy from South Library last week while the owner read to her daughter inside.

Neighbours had the “worst night ever” after 200 ravers descended on a one-bedroom Airbnb flat in Canonbury for a “nightclub-scale” party – complete with DJ and bouncer.

Islington Council has hit out at Philip Hammond’s budget and its lack of help for businesses about to be hit by huge rates increases.

“Furious” Islington Council has vowed to take fly-tippers to court after a mountain of potentially toxic commercial waste was dumped in an Upper Holloway industrial estate.

When the Wells Terrace entrance to Finsbury Park station closed in July, shopkeepers who relied on the footfall feared it could force them to close. And many of them were right.

A campaign to tackle poverty and isolation among Islington’s older people has been given £141,000.

How long does it take fly-tippers to fill an industrial estate with potentially dangerous commercial waste? One week, judging by this picture.

Every week, we take to the streets to find a start-up business right here in Islington. This week, we speak to the youngsters looking to become the next generation of tech.

It’s been three months since the Upper Street flood, but six households in Devonia Road still can’t escape it.

An “outrageous” fly-tipping operation has seen a mountain of commercial waste dumped on a disused industrial estate in Upper Holloway – and it’s rising by the hour.

A murder investigation has been launched after the victim of an Upper Street stabbing died in hospital.

Traders marched on Whitehall this morning to deliver a 12,658-strong petition calling for the government to halt devastating 45 per cent increases in rateable values.

Crooks who raided a Shoreditch tech company on Valentine’s Day and stole £50,000 worth of mobile phones were caught out by covert CCTV cameras.

Police are appealing for help in finding a 15-year-old boy missing from Islington.

Volunteers who help bereaved people through one of the most difficult times in their life have won an award for their work.

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