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 teenager Lucy Foley, 15, has been returned home safe and well.
The distraught owner of a “friendly” poodle-cross puppy who has been missing for almost a week has launched a borough-wide appeal to help bring him home.
A funeral procession for a much-loved teenager who died in a scooter crash has been announced.
The family of a teenage girl who went missing from Islington five days ago are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Police take pet away but online petition started for popular hound
Police have made a fresh appeal for help in finding a man who was last seen in Archway two years ago.
Heartbroken friends and family of a brave young woman killed by cancer two days after her birthday have vowed to fight the disease.
A young mother who allegedly had female genital mutilation (FGM) performed on her at the Whittington Hospital was “let down” by medics, a midwife has told jurors.
Gay history, heroes and Highbury demonstrations dominate Islington’s LGBT celebrations next month.
Membership of the Green party has surged almost 70 per cent in Islington during January.
Violent crime is on the rise in Islington.
A crocodile catcher who travels the world extracting dangerous reptiles from communities wants to change the lives of a group of Islington’s young adults.
A budding Heston Blumenthal has booked her place in a prestigious cooking competition.
The eleven million victims killed in the holocaust were remembered in Islington today as the world marked 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz.
A city smallholding has been handed a prestigious gong from Buckingham Palace.
Owners of old Carlton Cinema given 18 months more to do something with iconic building
MPs are debating if such a treatment should be allowed, but the Church of England medical ethics adviser has warned against it.
Although he was out of the country at the time for the funeral of King Abdullah in Saudi Arabia.
Prepare to have your faith in humanity restored.
Everyone – from Labour politicians and the French president to Hitler and democracy itself – fell foul of Churchill’s sharp wit.