A man is fighting for his life after a double stabbing in Upper Street last night.

A car has flipped in Green Lanes this morning, closing the road near Clissold Park.

Two foster carers paid a visit to Buckingham Palace on Friday after being made MBEs for their years of dedicated work in Islington.

A police chase through the Cally this morning ended with a man being arrested after allegedly running onto tracks at the Overground station.

Foodies rejoice! Much-loved Finsbury Park restaurant Dotori will reopen next week after a six-month closure.

An acoustic jam session that helps youngsters get their media training is returning for a new run.

The Gazette hunts high and low each week to bring you news of the most interesting and unusual new businesses in Hackney/Islington. This week, we found out Archway has a new boutique.

Every week, we take to the streets to unearth something being manufactured or produced right here in Islington. This week, we found some honey that could have been made from your plants...

Two senior councillors in Islington have stepped down from their committee roles.

A 20-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Lauric Lebato from Manor House.

The bar that replaced independent music venue The Silver Bullet is to start hosting gigs three times a week, bosses have revealed.

A motorcyclist is in hospital after his bike collided with a 390 bus as it was turning in Archway Road.

Campaigners have won their battle to stop Sainsbury’s opening a Local store in the old Highbury Vale police station.

There was no love lost between a greengrocer and the two women who set up an unlicensed street stall selling Valentine’s Day gifts next to his shop.

An abandoned record shop in Holloway Road went up in flames on Saturday morning – less than 48 hours after police stormed the building in a drugs raid.

A young man who was murdered in Leicester city centre has been named as Lauric Lebato from Manor House.

Thirty-two years ago, researchers decided to conduct a groundbreaking survey on victimisation in the multicultural borough of Islington – and now it’s been done again.

For its 110th anniversary, the 5th Islington Scouts are planning a book and exhibition. SAM GELDER got the leaders’ attention for a quick sneak peak.

Cops’ efforts to make the streets safer saw this haul of antique guns handed in – and Twitter has found it hilarious.

Police are appealing for help tracking down a missing woman last seen near the Cally.

Islington Council has pledged to report drivers going the wrong way through the one-way bridge next to Finsbury Park station – but some are ploughing ahead regardless.

A tapas restaurant closed for the last time 24 hours before its licence was to be reviewed by councillors.

A woman was rescued by firefighters during a blaze in a block of flats in Newington Green last night.

People in a Finsbury tower block have had to endure two months of torment from a rattling water pipe that makes a relentless hammering sound.

A man in his 20s is fighting for his life after his moped collided with a car in Seven Sisters Road.

The police watchdog investigating the death of teen moped rider Lewis Johnson wants to speak to a mystery witness who may have vital mobile phone footage.

Campaigners have won the latest round in their battle to stop supermarket giants Sainsbury’s opening a store in the old Highbury Vale police station.

Islington Council has donated £11,000 to make it easier for pensioners to get into a day centre – quite literally.

The Gazette hunts high and low each week to bring you news of the most interesting and unusual new businesses in Hackney/Islington. This week, we speak to the man behind an affordable workspace for fitness fantatics.

Calls for action to be taken against drivers going the wrong way through a one-way bridge in Stroud Green Road have led to confusion over who actually enforces the rules.

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