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March 7 2014 Latest news:
A man tried to rob a bookies with a sawn off shotgun hidden in an umbrella, a court heard yesterday.
The parents of a six-year-old boy left severely brain damaged at birth because staff at the Whittington Hospital failed to treat a simple infection have received a seven figure sum in compensation.
Planned engineering works will close parts of six Tube lines this weekend, as well as parts of the London Overground network.
A “violent criminal” who fled police in a 100mph car chase while high on drugs then crashed, killing two of his best friends, was handed a 10-year jail sentence today.
Fury has erupted over the fallout from a council data leak which means there will be no action taken from the Information Commissioner’s Office for another year.
A shotgun, hunting knives and huge lumps of crack cocaine were seized as police targeted houses across Finsbury on Tuesday morning in another bid to crush an infamous street gang.
Rampant cuts to children’s services could leave Islington at risk of its own Baby P scandal, critics have warned.
A nightclub where police discovered half a kilo of cocaine has been stripped of its licence.
A second memorial to the victims of “the forgotten disaster” was unveiled on Friday.
A place that has been a historic melting pot of non-conformists, radical thinkers and bull-baiters that also gave birth to feminism and the United States of America is set to be protected from developers if a plan gets the nod tonight.
»A Gazette reporter lived out his Dale Winton fantasies when he performed a supermarket sweep to raise money for a charity helping victims of domestic abuse.
WARNING: includes disturbing images. A postwoman is suing her bosses after almost losing her leg when a dog attacked her as she did her rounds.
A man who pocketed more than £106,000 in housing benefit despite owning a £250,000 home has been jailed for fraud for the second time in 14 years.
The sister of a heavily pregnant woman stabbed to death by her illegal immigrant boyfriend appeared on national radio as part of the family’s bid to change the law.
A uniformed orthodox Jewish ‘police’ squad helped officers arrest a drunk man who was throwing shoes at traffic on busy main road.
Two North London councillors joined forces for a Ready Steady Cook style cooking challenge hosted by celebrity chef Richard Fox, to demonstrate how leftovers can be transformed into delicious dishes.
»Youngsters across Islington have a new elected mayor and deputy mayor to speak out about issues affecting them.
The work of a pioneering pensioner honoured by The Queen for her services to blind people has been celebrated at a special day.
The top brass of two town halls honoured a new scheme aimed at getting people jobs in newly-gentrified King’s Cross.
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The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.