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Emergency services and displaced commuters outside Caledonian Road and Barnsbury station (Picture: Sam Gelder)

Two boys are believed to have been stabbed in a group fight at Caledonian Road and Barnsbury station this afternoon, leaving one seriously injured while another fled onto a passing bus.

Angela Sinclair 92 years old @  Save Whittington Hospital March

A stalwart campaigner for social justice who continued going on protest marches into her 90s has died.

Masjid Al-risaalah mosque and Islington Islamic Centre. (Picture: Google Maps).

A man in his late 40s was stabbed outside a Holloway mosque in broad daylight on Tuesday afternoon.

GCSE results are out tomorrow

Teenagers across the country face one of the most nerve-racking days of their young lives today with the publication of GCSE results.

Experts estimate the Holloway Prison site would be worth £2billion as housing

The days when people will be paying to live in Holloway Prison, rather than being forced to, came one step closer after the Ministry of Justice appointed property agent Bilfinger GVA to advise on the sale of the site.

David Robinson

The man who died in an Archway shooting on Saturday has been named as 25-year-old David Robinson.

Islington Gazette, August 24, 1956

An eight-year-old boy died after climbing onto a “mechanical horse” tractor unit, driving it and then crashing it.

Seagulls in St John's Grove (Picture: Polly Hancock)

Last week, we revealed that a colony of seagulls is “terroising” St John’s Grove in Archway. In a guest column, Will McCallum, of Canonbury-based Greenpeace, explains why the “bad boys of seaside resorts” have found their place on our rooftops.

The former Holloway Prison, in Parkhurst Road. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Holloway Prison was blighted by the same “legal high” drug abuse as nearby Pentonville Prison, a report said today.

Crime & Court

Emergency services and displaced commuters outside Caledonian Road and Barnsbury station (Picture: Sam Gelder)

Two boys are believed to have been stabbed in a group fight at Caledonian Road and Barnsbury station this afternoon, leaving one seriously injured while another fled onto a passing bus.

Yesterday, 13:02
Masjid Al-risaalah mosque and Islington Islamic Centre. (Picture: Google Maps).

A man in his late 40s was stabbed outside a Holloway mosque in broad daylight on Tuesday afternoon.

Wed, 17:12
David Robinson

The man who died in an Archway shooting on Saturday has been named as 25-year-old David Robinson.

Health

Tue, 07:00
Members of the St Luke's Community Centre early dementia service. Picture: Polly Hancock

St Luke’s Community Centre in Finsbury is set to lose its annual £26k council grant for a vital early dementia service. James Morris visited sufferers as they made a last-ditch plea for Islington Council to review its decision.

Friday, August 19, 2016
Mr Smith has gone missing from the Whittington Hospital

Police are appealing for help searching for an elderly man who is missing from the Whittington Hospital.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
RIBA Competitions and Islington Council announced Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects won the Finsbury Leisure Centre design competition

An Islington architect firm has won a competition to oversee the redevelopment of Finsbury Leisure Centre with the council.

Environment

Wed, 14:45
Seagulls in St John's Grove (Picture: Polly Hancock)

Last week, we revealed that a colony of seagulls is “terroising” St John’s Grove in Archway. In a guest column, Will McCallum, of Canonbury-based Greenpeace, explains why the “bad boys of seaside resorts” have found their place on our rooftops.

Thursday, August 18, 2016
Pam Hope,of St John's Grove in Archway, is woken every morning by seagulls. Picture: Polly Hancock

Screeching seagulls are terrorising an Archway neighbourhood – and there’s nothing neighbours can do about it.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Members of the Britannia Squash Club outside the the Sobell Leisure Centre. From left Richard Noble, Tim Denis, Tony Lewis, Carlos Lopez Barillas and Adam O'Brien. (Picture: Polly Hancock)

Dozens of squash players went on strike for a month after frustrations with a leisure centre boiled over.

Politics

Mon, 13:53
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with Sadiq Khan, then a candidate for London mayor, on a London living wage protest outside Arsenal's Emirates Stadium in November last year. Picture: Nigel French/PA Wire

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has snubbed Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour party.

Saturday, August 13, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn enjoys Hillrise Summer Festival in Archway this afternoon. Picture: James Morris

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon said he remains confident of winning the Labour leadership election - despite 130,000 party members being excluded from voting.

Thursday, August 11, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn posted this picture with supporters on social media last night, saying:

Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party was backed by 72 per cent of constituency party members at a packed meeting last night.

Education

Yesterday, 12:31
Madeleine Jolliffe, Bruna Manera Rocha, Ruth Ogundamisi, Bulent Duyer, Ato-Kwamena Crentsil, Wail Ouariache, Suha Abdullahi celebrate straight As and A*s, Students at Arts & Media School Islington receive their GCSE results, London UK, 25 August 2016

Students at the Arts and Media school were jumping for joy today, with students particularly excelling in the sciences.

Yesterday, 11:28
Iqra Finiin and Mahamed Hersi of Highbury Grove School celebrate their GCSE grades

All eyes were on Highbury Grove this morning as students from the transformed school picked up their GCSE results.

Yesterday, 11:14
Katy Young celebrates her 10 A* GCSE grades at Highbury Fields School

Eager students queued outside Highbury Fields School this morning to collect their GCSE results, and for many of them it was worth the wait.

Heritage

Wed, 15:59
Islington Gazette, August 24, 1956

An eight-year-old boy died after climbing onto a “mechanical horse” tractor unit, driving it and then crashing it.

Wed, 10:57
The former Holloway Prison, in Parkhurst Road. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Holloway Prison was blighted by the same “legal high” drug abuse as nearby Pentonville Prison, a report said today.

Wed, 07:00
Fabric in 2016. Picture: Danny Seaton

Farringdon club Fabric is only 17 years old but already has legendary status. With its future uncertain, James Morris asks why it evokes such feeling.

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