A high-flying young business trainee has been handed a prestigious award.
Nine girls who played for England at the Street Child World Cup in Brazil – a team partly organised by Islington Council – are set to spend tonight sleeping rough for charity
A new responsible estate agent run to give people on low incomes a helping hand has been announced by the town hall.
A green initiative set to pioneer eco-friendly business in heavily polluted Tech City has been launched by the three councils which take in the thriving area.
A man has dropped dead in a Hornsey Rise park.
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.
Police investigating the disappearance of a 29-year-old from King’s Cross have found a body in the River Thames.
Pupils in Islington bettered the national and inner London average GSCE grades, new figures reveal.
An epileptic Highbury man who has been undergoing chemotherapy has been missing since Monday.
Street art worth £20,000 has been stolen from Islington’s Upper Street just weeks before it was due to be auctioned to raise money for a knife crime charity.
Teenagers in Islington are exploring sexuality at workshops amid rising levels of reported homophobic crimes in the borough.
A multi-million pound plan to revamp a popular pool have been revealed in more detail.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has described the moment he celebrated the birth of his child with a cigar as a reason he isn’t keen on banning smoking in parks.
Patients in Islington will be able to access their medical records through their mobile phones like Facebook, if a clinical commissioning group (CCG) initiative is successful.
A picket is set to take place outside the Whittington on Monday to support striking hospital staff.
Campaigners wishing to make a “lethal” road junction safer hope the move could pave the way to lure “inconsiderate and aggressive” cyclists off the Regent’s Canal towpath.
A parade of topiary elephants led the way as the borough’s gardening stars were crowned at this year’s Islington in Bloom awards.
Islington Council will allow a greater role for the public and the press at its meetings to compensate for the overwhelming Labour majority achieved at May’s election, it has said.
Selling legal highs at Finsbury Park’s Wireless Festival became no laughing matter for three men, who have each been landed with a £700 bill by the courts.
Neighbours who strongly oppose the Royal Mail’s design for the Mount Pleasant site have said the council “sold them out” at the public hearing over the Mayor’s decision.
TV presenter Reggie Yates visited students at his former college to give advice on how to make it in the industry.
Islington minister Jeremy Corbyn has weighed into the controversy surrounding Greek artefacts at the British Museum.
A spooky art show is set for a historic Holloway landmark just in time for Halloween.
A 400-year-old Finsbury-based charity stole the show at BBC’s Antiques Roadshow in Glasgow last week with a 17th-century cup worth £100,000.
The family to which Ebola belongs could be as old as 23 million years.
The gaming industry’s answer to the Oscars has dished out its annual awards.
Potential female candidates are already being prepared for the upcoming diocese vacancies in Southwell, Nottingham, Gloucester and Oxford.
Watch the moment the Shadow Chancellor got interrupted by a daring arachnid.