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An Islington art student has created a life-size model of the Milner Square room she still shares with her elder sister as a comment on the capital’s housing crisis.

A Tufnell Park animator claims to have created the world’s first 3D holographic mannequin.

A poorly ex-councillor has launched a desperate appeal to track down cousins he lost touch with after his parents divorced.

Tech City is the third largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, we bring you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week Victoria Ibitoye chats to Adnan Ebrahim, the 25-year-old petrolhead who started Car Throttle

Tech City is the third largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, we bring you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week Victoria Ibitoye chats to June Angelides and Simona Barbieri, the women behind Silicon Lunchabout.

The cheapest home on the market in the whole of Islington is a poky studio flat above a McDonald’s that will set you back nearly a quarter of a million pounds, it has been revealed.

Hundreds of angry teachers and parents staged an emergency protest yesterday (Wed) over government plans to turn schools into academies.

Hairdressers who worked at the department store Jones Brothers have launched an appeal to track down their old workmates.

A former Victorian warehouse in Islington has picked up one of the most prestigious awards in architecture.

For the outsider looking in, the world of tech can seem like a pretty daunting place.

Islington chef Adam Thomason has made it to the semi-finals of a prestigious cooking competition. The Gazette chats to him about his food inspirations and future ambitions.

Imagine the lead character in your favourite Shakespeare play.

Islington has netted a £30,000 government grant to set the wheels in motion on an innovative energy saving scheme

No, he’s not doing community service. The Mayor of Islington was pictured picking up litter on the banks of the canal this morning for none other than the Queen of England.

The man found dead in Regent’s Canal yesterday has been named as missing man Daniel Chapman by his family.

All eyes will be on Hollywood this weekend as stars line up to attend the 88th Academy Awards. But this year’s Oscars have been crippled by controversy before anyone so much as opens an envelope, with some actors threatening to boycott the ceremony altogether.

Tech companies have warned that leaving the EU could spell disaster for Silicon Roundabout.

Tech City is the third-largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, the Gazette brings you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week, Victoria Ibitoye meets Andy Larholt, the CEO of a tech recruitment firm that hosts an annual “Women in Technology” event with a view to levelling the industry playing field

A charity is hoping to tackle Islington’s youth unemployment problem after winning a £325,000 lottery grant.

Transport bosses have ticked off a “dangerous” prankster who slid down escalators in Angel Tube station as part of a “laddish” dare.

Tributes have continued to pour in for 18-year-old Lewis “lighty Lew” Johnson, who died on Tuesday after his motor scooter collided with a van following a police chase.

Primary school pupils have commemorated the Gallipoli Campaign in Islington Museum.

Tech City is the third-largest technology hub in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep. Each week, we bring you news from the thriving area around Old Street roundabout. This week, Victoria Ibitoye talks to Tim El-Sheikh, the founder of the bio-tech start-up Scicasts, who pitched to Prince Andrew at Pitch@Palace

Islington rapper Simbi Ajikawo, more commonly known as Little Simz, speaks to the Gazette after becoming the first independent rap artist to feature in the Forbes “30 Under 30” list.

Hundreds of Highbury Grove School pupils were moved by the stories of Holocaust survivor Janine Webber today.

The leader of Islington Council has criticised a UKIP MEP’s claims that Islington is a “wealthy area”.

Actress Gillian Anderson joined pupils at an Islington primary school yesterday as part of the International Literacy Centre’s (ILC) “read aloud” campaign.

A TV fitness guru ran a keep-fit class for elderly residents in a campaign against “barriers” they face to exercise outside the home.

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