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16:40

Angel Central bosses want to remove the famous wings sculpture – and replace it with a bridge.

15:19

Islington’s sole competitive swimming club has started a last-ditch campaign to build a pool on the Holloway Prison site.

12:30

Islington Bangladesh Association celebrated its 35th anniversary yesterday. The Gazette learns why it’s still going strong – after the charity helped to unite what had been a divided community in the 1980s.

11:37

“Catastrophic” rather than “historic” is the message from an Islington headteacher on the government’s latest school funding reforms.

11:07

Nominations are in for naming the new Archway town centre – and Squarey McSquareface is officially off the cards.

10:20

Restaurant bosses in Highgate Hill are threatening legal action against Islington Council after customers were banned from parking outside their businesses.

09:05

A Holloway tenant managed to get a reduction of her “absolutely shocking” rent at a tribunal.

Yesterday, 16:02

Inmates at Pentonville Prison shouted and complained they were “locked up like animals” as a judge and jury went behind bars to view the site where a 21-year-old new father was stabbed to death.

Yesterday, 14:30

The name Lynn Alexander will strike fear into the hearts of music lovers around Islington.

Sport

Arsenal have been handed a home draw in the 4th round of the Carabao League Cup.

21:44

Arsenal beat Doncaster Rovers 1-0 at the Emirates tonight through a Theo Walcott goal – but it was the performance of fit-again Jack Wilshere that had fans in raptures.

Wickets continued to tumble on an overcast day at Lord’s as Middlesex gained a slight advantage on a match destined to end within three days if the weather holds.

16:42

It’s a case of Arsene Wenger versus ‘Ferguson’ on Wednesday evening as Arsenal face Doncaster Rovers at the Emirates – except his rival will be Darren, not his father Sir Alex.

14:00

Arsenal legend Martin Keown paid a special visit to a Holloway pub to unveil a statue of the first London BT Sport manager of the month.

08:32

Arsenal’s Jordan Nobbs and Jodie Taylor were among the goalscorers as England began their 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign with an emphatic win over Russia.

Yesterday, 18:26

Middlesex’s tail wagged to end their first innings against Lancashire on 233 all out – after earlier subsiding to 89-7 as the home side’s bowlers then made significant inroads to leave the visitors on 113-5 as 15 wickets fell on day one.

Yesterday, 13:00

Cumberland Netball Club has been celebrating after winning England Netball’s outstanding club of the year award.

Yesterday, 12:44

Bob Dylan once sang ‘there are no trials inside the Gates of Eden’,

Entertainment

Yesterday, 17:15

Climate change, grime and black masculinity, mobile phones, young adult fiction, short stories and more

His new album Gary Williams at the Movies is a combination of classics

Emma Bartholomew eats at The Don, a smart City restaurant with elegant surroundings and charming service that won’t break the bank

The Horrors’ flights of fancy circle the ever-generous carcass of ‘80s electro-pop

The inaugural Clissold Park Craft Beer and Street Food Festival arrives this weekend.

Adam McAlavey’s latex costume creations are making the trip to New Zealand for the World of Wearable Art awards next week

A 1979 television comedy-drama about a group of people trying to pass The Knowledge has been adapted for the stage by Simon Block, and is directed by Maureen Lipman

The Cats of Cloudesley Square sees a group of felines go up against a property developer to save the church they live in

Winner of the 2016 OffWestEnd best production award, Daniel Goldman’s taut revival stirs up age-old Freudian theories with a startling take on the limitations of creative license.

The festival celebrates Latin American theatre in the UK and will take place at the Arcola Theatre in Dalston from September 6 to October 7.

Veronica Thompson’s show, Fancy Chance Flight of Fancy, is showing on September 10 at 5pm

The market will be open on September 10 and will be at Stroud Green Primary School every Sunday, 10am to 2:30pm

A new exhibition looks behind the facade of desire

Islington art organisation Light Eye Mind will display the works of young Spanish artist Ana Pallares.

Bored of traditional yoga? There’s a world beyond your well-worn Argos yoga mat, and it’s a world of disco lights, hip hop tunes and ultra-challenging weights

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