Dozens of people braved the chilly weather to see the Christmas lights switched on in Highbury Barn.
More than 300 people enjoyed lights decorations, music food and even snow at a special Winter Wonderland.
Generous Islington residents splashed their hard earned cash to buy more than 230 gifts for children who might not otherwise get a present this Christmas.
A brand new £2.6million housing block is helping some of Islington’s most vulnerable people live closer to their families.
Two of the most famous actors on the planet came to a King’s Cross estate to film a BBC drama to be screened on New Year’s Day.
A family have hailed a festive miracle after a much-loved school worker came out her coma in time for Christmas.
Clubbers across the globe are breathing a sigh of relief now super club Fabric has been allowed to stay open.
Mossbourne Academy pair Luca Minale and Nile McKenzie clinched victories in the Islington Schools Running League with two races to spare.
Alex Smith and Rees Jones both registered braces as FC Unity Under-12s routed Crown & Manor 7-2 to keep pace with the Camden & Islington League leaders.
England captain Matt Dean says his team have learned a great deal from their experience at the Blind World Cup despite defeat in the semi-finals.
Gladstone Wanderers gave fellow Division Three side Boston Celtic a 5-0 thrashing to book a place in the second round of the Jack Morgan Cup.
A squad of Veras Academy youngsters ended the year on a high after claiming 11 medals – five of them gold – at the Latvia International tournament.
Chelsea will face PSG in the Champions League knockout stage once again and they will be hoping for a similar result to last season.
Mathieu Flamini is convinced Arsenal can still enjoy success this season – provided their fortunes finally change on the injury front.
Sky’s the limit for chef’s tower triumph
Don’t panic if you haven’t made plans, there’s no shortage of ways to ring in 2015, says Alex Bellotti.
Wine bar’s steak night has rare quality
If your not a suit clad city type, there’s not all that much to tempt you down to dine on the unpromising stretch of City Road south of Old Street.
It’s worth saddling up for this Wild West-themed panto, says Aline Waites
From shopping to evenings out, here’s a glimpse of what Islington and Hackney offer this Christmas.
This dark, resonating epic keeps it in the family, says Marianka Swain
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London is about to get a whole lot brighter.
Twinkle, twinkle you little stars – thanks for making your homes so festive.
Offers for university places are at a record high.