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The embattled world of football was shown the way by 100 youngsters from Islington community centres who came together for a tournament in the name of peace.

Islington kids got the chance to show off their moves with Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell yesterday (Thursday) as the Mayor of London rolled out the next stage of his curriculum plans for the capital’s primary schools.

More than 2,500 green-minded people in Canonbury set up shop in their gardens to offload unwanted items.

Developers trying to transform a Grade-II listed building into a 1,000-capacity private members club have pulled an application for a booze licence at the 11th hour after neighbours objected.

A year ago, Jeremy Corbyn promised Islington North ‘won’t be forgotten’ after he was elected Labour leader. Twelve months on, James Morris asks community leaders across his constituency whether he has kept his word.

A music producer told the Islington councillor who shut down Farringdon superclub Fabric: “Your decision has made me come over all rapey.”

A radical report that recommends moving all council tenants with health issues caused by their damp, mouldy homes will go before cabinet.

The grieving mother of a young man shot dead in a King’s Cross nightclub is today pleading for the community to name her son’s killer after a decade of silence.

Islington’s archives team were all smiles after winning their bid to bring home a piece of the borough’s creative history.

Crime & Court

Thu, 07:00

The grieving mother of a young man shot dead in a King’s Cross nightclub is today pleading for the community to name her son’s killer after a decade of silence.

Friday, September 23, 2016

A convicted drug dealer who sent a death threat to the councillor who closed Farringdon superclub Fabric could face jail next month.

Health

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Black cabbies are raising money to buy an electric wheelchair for a disabled customer who currently has to “crawl” to and from their taxis.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Imagine having a condition that leaves you in constant pain. It’s time to talk complex regional pain syndrome, Helena Stone tells James Morris.

Environment

Yesterday, 12:30

Developers trying to transform a Grade-II listed building into a 1,000-capacity private members club have pulled an application for a booze licence at the 11th hour after neighbours objected.

Wed, 12:35

Islington Council is “not going to stand by” and wait for the transport industry to improve air quality.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

There’s more to gardening than just making things look nice.

Politics

Thu, 17:23

A year ago, Jeremy Corbyn promised Islington North ‘won’t be forgotten’ after he was elected Labour leader. Twelve months on, James Morris asks community leaders across his constituency whether he has kept his word.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon offered heartfelt thanks to constituents after his re-election as Labour leader.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn was this morning re-elected as leader of the Labour Party.

Education

Yesterday, 16:28

Islington kids got the chance to show off their moves with Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell yesterday (Thursday) as the Mayor of London rolled out the next stage of his curriculum plans for the capital’s primary schools.

Mon, 18:23

A Finsbury Park dad is going the distance to safeguard the future of an independently funded primary school science laboratory.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

A teenager who studies at City and Islington College grilled MPs on sexual and relationships education last week in a bid to get schools talking about the subject.

Heritage

Wed, 14:16

Former health minister Aneurin Bevan, who had helped found the NHS eight years earlier, blasted the standard of council housing on a visit to Islington Central Library in Holloway Road.

Mon, 14:26

A couple of weeks ago at Gazette Towers, a dusty framed photograph was discovered at the back of a storage cupboard. In it were dozens of immaculately dressed journalists and sales staff at a dinner in Cafe Royal, Regent Street. The date – September 28 1956.

Mon, 12:44

A superb new exhibition tells the story of firefighting in Islington since 1381. There were plenty of surprises for James Morris, who attended the opening on Thursday.

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