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Elderly people fought to save a Highbury day centre from closure at a heated full council meeting last night, during which the mayor of Islington told the borough’s housing boss to “shut up”.
Cops have made two arrests in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 25-year-old man in Tufnell Park on Tuesday.
A cyclist who was hit by a car in St John Street on Wednesday morning has died, police have confirmed.
Open House London takes place this weekend and an iconic building in Holloway built as a haven for torture survivors is throwing open its doors.
An architect has slammed “petty” Islington planners who have again told him to demolish his multi-award winning block in Clerkenwell.
Sheltered housing tenants in Islington fear planned cutbacks to the service could see people left to die in their flats.
Two people were injured after a gunman opened fire in Essex Road last night.
Wireless Festival chiefs face a battle to stay in Finsbury Park after Haringey Council announced a licence review will take place next month.
Emily Thornberry today branded Universal Credit a “complicated and intimidating system” while speaking at a community conference in Holloway Road.
A Holloway woman wants to bring the community closer together through singing, creating art and sharing a laugh.
A mother and her severely disabled daughter have been left “housebound” for three years because it’s too dangerous for them to use the stairs in their Tufnell Park block.
A former waste worker has rubbished claims drink and drug abuse among staff is partly to blame for the department’s £2million overspend.
Monday night saw Islington’s most creative gardeners celebrated at a glitzy town hall ceremony.
Islington Council was last night (Wed) set to approve proposals to further reduce the town hall’s pension fund investments in fossil fuels.
A new music education hub will launch next month run by the town hall and one of the world’s leading conservatoires.
Two thirds of the children excluded from Islington’s secondary schools in 2017 were from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Parents have hit out at a Clerkenwell workspace after it applied to sell booze in its residents lounge overlooking two primary schools – during the day.
A Clerkenwell magistrate warned every effort would be made to stop racial disorders spreading to other parts of London.
Hard-up mourners were rocked by the prospect of being forced to give up their loved one’s resting place by Islington Council.
The iconic Angel Wings will soar over the new-look Angel Central after a 10-year-old campaigner faced down developers who wanted the sculpture removed.
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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