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April 17 2014 Latest news:
A doctor has appeared in court in the first UK prosecution for female genital mutilation.
CCTV equipment monitoring traffic offences has raised almost £13million for the town hall in five years – a report from campaign group Big Brother Watch has revealed.
The Whittington Hospital has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director to its board, following a string of departures in recent months.
An Islington teenager has been awarded London’s first Young Person of the Year (YOPEY) for his dedication to helping others in the capital.
Two brothers who left a man needing major surgery following an attack on Upper Street have been jailed for a total of three years.
An Islington man and two Stroud Green residents have been charged as part of the investigation into the attempted murder of three women at a Marble Arch hotel.
Aqua spinning and aerial yoga are just two of the classes that will be listed on a forthcoming mobile app, created by a young Islington entrepreneur, which allows people to book in for last-minute gym classes across London.
A doctor who bungled a cosmetic “designer vagina” operation was found to have committed a “serious clinical failure”, but it did not amount to female genital mutilation (FGM) a tribunal has ruled.
A giant tetris-like installation has been suspended from the roof of St Pancras International’s Barlow Shed, the fourth leg of London’s rotational public art spaces.
A barber famous for serenading his clients at his Finsbury Park salon has added a DJ to the line up.
An Ethiopian restaurant that counts Islington’s Mayor as one of it’s loyal customers is celebrating 15 years in the borough.
Islington Green Party has announced its 48 candidates running for council elections in May – 25 of whom are women.
One Islington boy is looking to follow in the footsteps of Mo Farah as he lines up in the Mini London Marathon ahead of the main event.
A gym manager will be running the London Marathon in memory of his sister and nephew who died in 2010 during childbirth.
A former national gymnastics champion from Highbury is hoping to emulate some of his Olympic heroes by running the London Marathon.
Elaine Battson is no stranger to marathons and when she crosses the finish line at The Mall on April 13 she will be celebrating a remarkable anniversary.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a man who attended the Whittington Hospital last month.
Robbers stabbed two teenagers and made off with their friends’ phones in Finsbury Park yesterday.
Two crack cocaine dealers have been jailed for a total of 14 years after being arrested at a Finsbury flat.
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