A Finsbury Park pensioner has been waiting 18 months for repairs to his house after gas workers left the job half done.
A Barnsbury cancer survivor is encouraging people to walk 10,000 steps a day in June.
Plans for a 13-metre phone mast overlooking Highbury Fields have been submitted.
Two Islington kids with a rare severe form of epilepsy have inspired no fewer than 20 fundraisers to climb Ben Nevis in the hope of raising £20,000.
Flooding that devastated businesses and homes around Upper Street and Camden Passage is having a lasting impact on trade as footfall to the area drops.
Chapel Market has seen businesses come and go – but Dave Jackson, fruit and veg stall owner for 45 years, has remained a constant.
A mystery spectator gifted £800 to a Newington Green marathon runner’s fundraising campaign after being inspired by her dash for the line, six minutes before the event’s cut-off.
In a new weekly feature, the Gazette visits an interesting or unusual company trading here in Islington. This week we pop in to the fascinating Mr All Sorts off Essex Road.
Who is Islington’s best care worker?
A giant love letter scrawled in lavender paint on a Canonbury street has neighbours scratching their heads.
DIY enthusiasts piled into the UK’s smallest B&Q at its grand opening in Holloway Road this morning – but not everyone’s happy with the new arrival.
Islington Council is supporting terminally ill workers – promising they won’t be dismissed as a result of their condition.
“With teenagers there’s a lot of banter, and you can really establish a relationship. You have to trust teenagers to make their own decisions.”
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