The growing list of people opposing the installation of a trampoline park at the Sobell Leisure Centre now includes Islington councillors, Jeremy Corbyn, the granddaughter of Sir Michael Sobell and even trampolinists.
A cyclist on trial for killing a mother in Old Street today denied he was a thrillseeker who didn’t use a front brake or helmet because it was “stylish” not to.
A young cyclist accused of killing a mother-of-two by hitting her on a racing bike today told jurors having brakes on his bike “wouldn’t have made a difference”.
Road users are braced for three months of disruption in Islington while Thames Water replaces the water main that burst in December.
A man was attacked in a hotel room in the early hours of this morning.
Youngsters armed with paintbrushes and rollers got creative by painting the hoardings covering their Canonbury estate.
A man is trying to track down the stranger who saved his life 54 years ago when he was drowning in the Finsbury Park boating pond.
A late-night argument near Old Street left a man lying in hospital after being stabbed.
Prosecutors are weighing up whether to charge two police officers with driving offences over the death of Lewis Johnson in a chase last year.
Neighbours of Finsbury Leisure Centre fear their concerns over its flagship redevelopment project will be ignored.
An independent Caribbean takeaway has been forced to close after being billed £11,000 for fly-tipping – Islington’s biggest ever fine for the offence.
Highbury and Islington closed this morning because heavy rain flooded the ticket hall.
People living with dementia can enjoy a day out at the Park Theatre today (Thu) with a special performance of black comedy Rabbits.
The UK’s first black bookshop will reopen on Saturday after undergoing a major makeover on the back of a crowdfunding campaign.
An annual summer picnic on Islington Green will be attended by more pensioners than ever thanks to a £1,000 donation.
Transport bosses have drawn up plans for a multi-million-pound redevelopment of the former Highbury and Islington station across the road from the existing one, the Gazette can reveal.
Drivers can now top up their electric cars quicker than their mobile phones thanks to Islington’s first “rapid” roadside charging point.
A thief who stole more than £4,400 worth of glasses from Specsavers in Chapel Market has been jailed for 11 months.
There was carnage on the Cally Road during the Friday night rush-hour when a Royal Mail lorry got wedged beneath the Overground bridge.
If anything symbolises how much of an Islington institution soon-to-close pie and mash shop Manze’s is, it’s the story of Dennis Elmore’s visit.
A prison watchdog has declared Pentonville “unsafe and inhumane” in the wake of two jailbreaks, an unofficial strike and six deaths, including the killing of an inmate.
Transport police want to speak to this man over a sexual assault at Finsbury Park station during the morning rush hour.
Furious five-a-side players have served Islington Council with a legal notice over the decision to replace their pitches at the Sobell Leisure Centre with a trampoline park.
A Chinese takeaway boss has applied for late-night licence after operating for a year without one – and claiming he had no idea.
Campaigners have been dealt a huge blow in their bid to stop a luxury housing block “ruining” their historic estate after the government snubbed their calls for help.
Campaigners hoping to stop the demolition of Victorian homes in their Finsbury Park street have come out fighting after plans were officially submitted by developers.
Police are searching for a man who has gone missing from Islington.
When three mums set up the Essex Road Pre-School in an old launderette next to the Marquess Estate in 1977, they didn’t expect it to be going strong 40 years later.
Acid attacks in north London are on the rise because teens trying to prove how dangerous they are can brag about the horrific scars it leaves, according to an ex-gang member.
Footballers have accused the town hall of a lack of transparency after discovering it lent leisure bosses cash to build the trampoline park replacing their five-a-side pitches.
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