An Islington dinner lady has reached the regional finals for School Chef of the Year
A mother who allegedly had female genital mutilation performed on her by a doctor at the Whittington Hospital has condemned the practice while giving evidence in court.
Restaurant owners have spoken out after feeling “forced” from Exmouth Market to make way for new high-end businesses.
A new cycle superhighway which was set to transform the journeys of Islington’s bike users will initially stop short of the borough.
New film tells tale of troubled housing project
The voyeur nephew of a former High Commissioner to India is facing jail after using a James Bond-style pen camera to spy on women at a King’s Cross Gym.
A vulnerable man at risk of choking is thought to have died after being left to eat unsupervised, sparking a drastic retraining programme in Islington and Haringey.
Islington middleweight John Ryder is looking forward to facing the experienced Argentine fighter Billi Facundo Godoy in his first defence of the WBO inter-continental title at the O2 Arena on Saturday.
In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Alex Bellotti ponders what might lie in store for the Gunners in the FA Cup.
Jon Laybourn stormed to his best ever cross-country finish as Highgate Harriers’ men came third at the South of England Championships in Brighton on Saturday.
EXCLUSIVE: Arsenal Ladies full-back Alex Scott is looking forward to the start of the new FA Women’s Super League season after the 2015 fixture list was announced today.
Perry Groves has urged Arsenal to take their ‘Manchester City form’ to the south coast for their big FA Cup fourth round clash with Brighton on Sunday.
Kentish Town welterweight Kian Thomas admits his enthusiasm for boxing had waned of late – but believes his switch to the professional ranks will revive it.
Islington BC’s Valerian ‘The Dame’ Spicer has made history by securing her country’s first ever international podium finish at the Nations Cup tournament in Serbia.
You say umami and I say tsumami...
Ahead of his Union Chapel show, the surreal comedian tells Alex Bellotti why - to become more famous - he needs more people to hate him.
This may be a worthy tale of the women of World War I, but it doesn’t sit naturally on the stage, says David Winskill.
Joshua Harmon’s razor-sharp play about Jewish culture could hardly be more timely, says Alex Bellotti.
Danniel Wittenberg talks to Highgate artist Joan Dannatt about holding her first ever exhibition to coincide with her 90th birthday.
Could 2015 be the year of Greek food?
The Crouch Hill actress talks to Alex Bellotti about the show’s London debut and why she’s hoping to carve out a niche in comedy.
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Over £30,000 has been raised in a couple of days for a mugging victim, despite the goal only being set at £500.
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