Supermarket giants Sainsbury’s are appealing a decision by Islington planners stopping them from opening a second Local store in Blackstock Road.

Police locked down the Bemerton Estate in the Cally yesterday after reports of a shooting.

“At its core, Islam is a religion of peace.” That’s the message Jeremy Corbyn gave to worshippers at Finsbury Park Mosque today following this morning’s terrorist attack.

A charity boss who was at the Muslim Welfare House during this morning’s terrorist attack has revealed there were fears within his community of “vengeance” attacks following the killings in London and Manchester.

A team of mental health professionals who ran a trailblazing psychological therapy service in Holloway Prison are going it alone a year on from its closure.

Campaigners who have repeatedly seen off developers looking to turn a Grade II-listed building into a private members’ club are furious after discovering the latest plans have been marked for approval.

Roll up, roll up, Stroud Green is looking for a new mayor – or to give it its proper title, Mayor of the Ancient Corporation of Stroud Green.

Record store owner Graham Umbo tells the Gazette about the good old days when musicians would pop into his shop – and how the Indian restaurant that replaced it kept getting records in the post.

It felt like something big was happening at the Sobell Leisure Centre last night, where there was a shock – but not the one some might have predicted.

Holloway Road was closed after a man was stabbed in broad daylight yesterday.

Furious gooners want The Sun banned from their club for printing the headline “Jihadi killer in an Arsenal shirt” after the London Bridge terrorist attack.

The name of a paedophile priest who raped and assaulted boys for decades before being jailed last month was handed to police in 1992, the Gazette can reveal.

Damian Deen was in his 20s when he discovered he’d been kidnapped by his father as a toddler and smuggled to the Caribbean.

A former friend of rapist priest Eugene Fitzpatrick is in shock after learning the man who regularly visited her family home had been abusing children for decades.

Transport police want to speak to three men after an Overground passenger was subjected to homophobic abuse on his way back from a concert.

A Catholic priest who repeatedly raped and assaulted boys has been jailed for 22 years – and police believe there may be more victims.

Dismayed traders and customers want better disabled access to Archway shops after parking spaces were lost in the gyratory works.

A Catholic priest who repeatedly raped and assaulted boys is facing jail.

A man “calmly” escaped from a 30ft crane as fire crews tackled a blaze at a building site off the Caledonian Road.

The hottest day of the year came at the worst possible time for tenants in Finsbury – who’ve now had no water for 24 hours thanks to a burst pipe.

Campaigning five-a-side players have been bounced back in their calls for a “proper” consultation over the installation of a trampoline park at Sobell Leisure Centre.

The Archway Tavern is set to open later this year as a cocktail bar, the Gazette can reveal.

A 19-year-old man was stabbed in the leg at the BP garage in Finsbury Park last night.

Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of Jonathon “JJ” McPhillips in Upper Street have made a seventh arrest.

Still unsure of which way to vote on June 8? Come along to the Gazette’s hustings at St Mary’s Church in Upper Street tomorrow to see all five candidates for Islington South grilled by editor Ramzy Alwakeel.

It’s a much-loved market that has served Holloway for decades, and it’s 25 years since it went indoors. This week, the Gazette visited the Nag’s Head to talk shop with traders.

People in Islington feel a lot safer on the streets than they did in the mid-Eighties, new research shows.

Strangers have donated thousands of pounds to help the mum whose family was ripped apart by a hammer attack in their Finsbury Park home.

Ignoring repeated demands to move tables and chairs that were blocking the pavement has earned a Holloway Road cafe owner a court bill of £1,000.

A Highbury start-up has won an award for its device which will allow people with cancer monitor their blood cell count from home.

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