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15:43

Ron Granger is a third generation Chapel Market trader, and has been there himself for 40 years. He tells the Gazette how they can fight the ‘big boys’.

15:04

A fundraiser has been launched to buy a new bike for a distraught midwife who had hers stolen outside a pub in Barnsbury.

12:59

Islington Boxing Club’s future in the borough is guaranteed after it agreed a long-term lease with the council.

09:00

Inner London’s first trampoline park will finally open this weekend at the Sobell Leisure Centre.

12:39

Jeremy Corbyn has championed the efforts of a school marking a decade of opening its doors to homeless people over the festive period.

10:39

A bookkeeper managed to steal the equivalent of £92,000 from her employers over two and a half years before they realised anything was amiss.

Yesterday, 13:01

A Finsbury pub has sacked off all meat and dairy to go 100 per cent vegan.

Yesterday, 10:08

A huge ceramic tile installation will grace the new City North development next to Finsbury Park station when it opens in early 2020.

Yesterday, 09:57

A BMW went up in flames this morning after a nearby gas cylinder was knocked over and caught fire in Offord Road, Barnsbury.

Sport

12:59

Islington Boxing Club’s future in the borough is guaranteed after it agreed a long-term lease with the council.

Yesterday, 12:36

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is set to sign for Everton in a deal understood to be worth around £20 million.

Arsenal’s U23s produced an electric display to thrash Manchester United’s U23 side on Monday night, with Konstantinos Mavropanos making a solid first appearance in red and white amongst a strong Gunners team.

A strong Arsenal U23 side eased past a young Manchester United U23 side at Meadow Park on Monday evening. Read Layth Yousif’s player ratings as new first team signing Konstantinos Mavropanos made his first start for the club with hot-shot starlet Eddie Nketiah grabbing a brace as they joined a number of players who impressed.

Mon, 17:25

If you supported Arsenal or had an N5 postcode in 1988, it’s almost certain you’ll remember the “Battle of Highbury”.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Arsenal scored two late goals to overcome a tough Reading side and reach the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup final.

Read Arsene Wenger’s reaction to the defeat at Bournemouth including his take on Alexis Sanchez leaving the club.

Read our Arsenal player ratings from the Premier League match at Bournemouth on Sunday.

Bournemouth came from a goal down to beat an Arsenal side which were poor defensively.

Entertainment

14:30

The team at Newington Green’s popular Alma has opened a new pub, Be-Bop-A-Lula, in Green Lanes. It’s great. James Morris isn’t surprised.

Julia Olofsson and her team at Blade Hairclub have come up with an innovative concept that mixes hair cuts with cocktails.

Lean but fruitful third record from the leftfield pop merchants.

As its name suggests, Flour and Grape specialises in freshly-made pasta and wine.

Emma Bartholomew joins in with one of Kate Sheridan’s monthly leather bag making classes, held in her Lower Clapton shop

ntony Difrancesco’s Italian roots have influenced the new winter menu at his restaurant Wolf in Stoke Newington High Street, discovers Emma Bartholomew

Glamorous fish restaurant Galley’s sublime winter menu is not to be missed.

Flexible fleas, amazing ants. and a trio of clownish insects, who spar, fall in love and play pranks on each other, and us

Emma Bartholomew chats to the founders of The Vurger Co about how they came up with the idea to launch a vegan burger comapany

For pure spectacle, and immersion in an alternative dreamlike theatrical world, it’s hard to beat

The Greatest Showman is starry-eyed with the silly, simple joy of being a musical

Three of the 20 will win £10,000 to go to their charity of choice

This has four teenagers sucked into an old video game, in avatar form. Having them go to the jungle, rather than the jungle come to them, is an inherently duller proposition.

The project has filmed 100 in depth interviews with people whose lives have been touched by the illness in a bid to abolish the stigma

Camden Town teacher Albert Adams died in relative obscurity but has posthumously been recognised as an important South African artist, on show at Islington’s Art Space gallery

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