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Fri, 16:29

Campaigners hoping to stop the demolition of Victorian homes in their Finsbury Park street have come out fighting after plans were officially submitted by developers.

Police are searching for a man who has gone missing from Islington.

When three mums set up the Essex Road Pre-School in an old launderette next to the Marquess Estate in 1977, they didn’t expect it to be going strong 40 years later.

A headteacher leaving Montem Primary School after a decade at the helm believes staff and students are set for an exciting new chapter.

A serial-fraudster will spend four years behind bars following a scam in which he posed as a jet-setting businessman dealing in fine wine and champagne.

A Finsbury Park pensioner has been waiting 18 months for repairs to his house after gas workers left the job half done.

After 32 years and 5,000 tenants, the old YMCA hostel in Errol Street has been demolished. Not many at the charity will miss it.

Ninety knives – including machetes and meat cleavers – have been given up to police in the space of six weeks.

A popular Cally off-licence has escaped with a two-week suspension of its alcohol licence after it was allegedly caught doing a dodgy booze deal.

Crime & Court

Thu, 18:22

A serial-fraudster will spend four years behind bars following a scam in which he posed as a jet-setting businessman dealing in fine wine and champagne.

Thu, 11:15

Ninety knives – including machetes and meat cleavers – have been given up to police in the space of six weeks.

Wed, 17:22

Holloway police station could face the axe amid £400m cost-cutting plans for the Met.

Health

Thu, 07:00

Two carers meant to be looking after a terminally ill Cally man forged each other’s signatures so they could bunk off work, it has been claimed.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Footballers have accused the town hall of a lack of transparency after discovering it lent leisure bosses cash to build the trampoline park replacing their five-a-side pitches.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Zoe Paskett tries out an aerial circus hoop class - who hasn’t dreamed about flying? But who ever said flying was going to be easy? (Spoiler: it isn’t)

Environment

Wed, 16:45

Islington councillors will tomorrow gather at Archway Bridge and demand Transport for London “pulls its finger out” over anti-suicide measures.

Friday, July 7, 2017

The £12.6million transformation of Archway town centre is finished after almost 18 months of work.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Two sets of protesters teamed up to take on the mighty Islington Council over the loss of their beloved football pitches.

Politics

Thu, 09:35

A popular Cally off-licence has escaped with a two-week suspension of its alcohol licence after it was allegedly caught doing a dodgy booze deal.

Wed, 17:22

Holloway police station could face the axe amid £400m cost-cutting plans for the Met.

Wed, 17:03

Shoreditch police station could face the axe amid £400million cost-cutting plans for the Met.

Education

Fri, 10:32

When three mums set up the Essex Road Pre-School in an old launderette next to the Marquess Estate in 1977, they didn’t expect it to be going strong 40 years later.

Thu, 18:55

A headteacher leaving Montem Primary School after a decade at the helm believes staff and students are set for an exciting new chapter.

Wed, 15:00

The Islington Sea Cadets group is set to reform – five years after it was shut down.

Heritage

Fri, 10:32

When three mums set up the Essex Road Pre-School in an old launderette next to the Marquess Estate in 1977, they didn’t expect it to be going strong 40 years later.

Wed, 17:22

Holloway police station could face the axe amid £400m cost-cutting plans for the Met.

Wed, 17:03

Shoreditch police station could face the axe amid £400million cost-cutting plans for the Met.

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