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April 24 2014 Latest news:
Air pollution has killed 84 people in the borough in four years, according to Public Health England.
Pupils at Gillespie Primary School in Highbury decorated eggs themed on the football World Cup and countries of the world to celebrate Easter.
Candy floss, hook-a-duck, unicyclists and acrobats.
Son of leading conductor is on track to fulfil dream and see his name in lights as a singer
A landmark Victorian warehouse which has been used to film blockbuster movies including The Dark Knight and Inception, is set to be turned into offices and shops.
Plans to a demolish a community centre and replace it with houses have been approved by Islington Council.
Having enjoyed a long career working as an ecologist, Cuillin Bantock would have been forgiven for using his retirement as a well-earned chance to put his feet up.
An Old Street entrepreneur is celebrating success after his business was nominated for a UK business award.
Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn was among those who spoke at a discussion of the political legacy of former Labour Lord Tony Benn.
A transport enthusiast has mounted a campaign to re-open a station on the London Overground that was demolished during the Second World War.
Magicians, bearded ladies and acrobats will all be at The Old Queen’s Head today for its annual Great British Fair.
A group of 30 disabled youngsters, aged five to 19, tried their hand at boccia, dance, football, indoor athletics, new age kurling and sitting volleyball at Islington’s Disability Sports Festival.
Gang members who "executed" an innocent man in a burst of sub-machine gun fire have been jailed for a total of 114 years.
Two fathers are raising money to publish their own children’s book with illustrations that come to life.
A man accused of stalking a well-known TV presenter for two years, bombarding her with more than 100,000 tweets, has denied charges of harassment.
Gardeners on estates, in schools and in businesses are picking up their trowels and trimmers for this year’s Islington in Bloom competition.
More than a quarter of Islington’s children starting in September will not be at their first choice school.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union will walk out from 9pm on Monday April 28 for two days and again from 9pm on Monday May 5 for three days in a long-running row over Tube ticket office closures.
Islington’s intimate Almeida Theatre beat competition from multi-million-pound West End productions at London’s most prestigious awards ceremony for the stage – winning a third of the trophies up for grabs.
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As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.