A woman who had her nose broken during a shocking late-night attack in City Road has handed the Gazette clear images of the thug who punched her – after the police failed to.
Campaigners have defeated Sainsbury’s in a David-versus-Goliath battle over a new store in Blackstock Road.
Five young men who were in a stolen car when it rammed into pubgoers outside The Old Queen’s Head in Essex Road have been sentenced.
Clerkenwell’s Marx Memorial Library is hosting an exhibition documenting the story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs – who were sent to Australia as criminals for joining a union in 1834.
Forty new homes will be built on Highbury’s Park View Estate – 22 of which will be for social rent.
Islington has been named the best borough in London for its work tackling food poverty.
A delusional man has been locked up indefinitely for bludgeoning his young son to death with a claw hammer in Finsbury Park after becoming obsessed his partner was being unfaithful.
Pubs, bars and clubs across Islington could be told to do more to stop women being sexually harassed on a night out.
A man bludgeoned his baby son to death with a hammer after telling his partner it was a “special night”, a court has heard.
An Islington Labour councillor who was deselected from her ward has vowed to fight on as she bids to become a candidate in another.
Every second counts when you’re waiting to cross Highbury Corner – and now eight of them have been shaved off commuters’ journey time.
More than a quarter of sitting Labour councillors in Islington will not contest their seats at next year’s local elections.
Police are appealing for help in finding an Islington man who has been missing for four days.
The man leading a campaign to protect Finsbury Park from a growing number of music festivals and events says he got his passion from his father – Michael Palin.
Drivers in Islington already pay through the nose for parking permits, but now they are having to battle it out with car share vehicles that can be parked anywhere.
A moped gang from Islington who snatched 100 phones in five days have been jailed for a total of 13 years.
People who have lived on an Islington estate their whole life have been told they may be forced out of their homes.
One of Islington’s forgotten gems, the Finsbury Park Empire, has been commemorated with a memorial plaque. The Gazette pulls back the curtain to look at the history of the music hall and variety theatre.
One firm doing its best to tackle unemployment in Islington has now given jobs
to 100 youngsters in the last six years.
Legal action by campaigners trying to stop Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park could end up restricting events across the whole of London.
A man who raped two women near his home in Finsbury Park after pretending to be helping them on a night out is facing years in jail.
A man suffered serious injuries in a fight outside Upper Street pub The White Swan on Friday afternoon.
An autistic man who has started designing his own board games to help others overcome social anxiety debuted his first creation on Thursday.
Friends and family of a breast cancer campaigner who died in January came together to carry on her good work – and smash her fundraising record.
Campaigners who say a luxury housing block will ruin their historic estate are using their own homes directly opposite as a billboard to picket developers.
Filmmakers in Belgium are hoping to track down a cheeky Islington football fan who embarrassed his girlfriend live on TV after an England match in the 1990 World Cup.
This man is wanted by police after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted on a bus in Holloway Road.
You’d never guess it, but a block of run-down flats above a Holloway Road pub was once the centre of the UK’s radical black power movement.
Kids in Archway have been getting stuck into their new £500,000 play area after it was officially reopened on Saturday.
An autistic man who says board games saved his life has decided to set up a business creating his own – but needs help to fund his dream.
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