A campaign group has lost its battle to restrict music events in Finsbury Park – but has promised to appeal yet again by taking the case to the Supreme Court.
DJs and clubbers are fighting to keep Old Street’s Magic Roundabout open after its licence expires at the end of the year.
Drivers of diesel vehicles will soon be charged £2 an hour for short-stay parking in Islington.
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A campaign group has been made to wait in its battle to restrict music events in Finsbury Park.
The promoter behind Field Day has ruled out holding the three-day festival in Finsbury Park next year – despite having applied to Haringey Council for permission to do so.
When Islington Council approved its own application to spruce up Caledonian Park last year, outraged opponents to the plans said it was a “wonderful opportunity” for drug dealers and prostitutes.
Neighbours in Hornsey Rise say the new-look Archway gyratory is funnelling too much traffic down their residential streets.
A man who successfully challenged a fine for putting his recycling out at the wrong time has called the whole thing a farce.
Fruit fans celebrated all things apple at Gillespie Park’s annual harvest festival.
Islington Council’s controversial bid to split up the borough’s last free-to-use full size football pitch has been withdrawn following protests from users and a call-in from the government.
The man leading a campaign to protect Finsbury Park from a growing number of music festivals and events says he got his passion from his father – Michael Palin.
Legal action by campaigners trying to stop Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park could end up restricting events across the whole of London.
Kids in Archway have been getting stuck into their new £500,000 play area after it was officially reopened on Saturday.
A row has erupted over a private school bus that sits “idling” in Highbury Barn every day while other children breathe in its diesel fumes.
The leader of Islington Council refused to be drawn into the Highbury Fields barbecue row last night – because of the legal action which has been taken against the town hall.
Nominations are in for naming the new Archway town centre – and Squarey McSquareface is officially off the cards.
A campaign to build a statue of Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst in Islington’s “most radical street” looks to have succeeded.
Islington’s council leader has questioned why police did not know, or tell the council about, the huge number of travelling FC Koln fans coming to The Emirates last night.
Sadiq Khan launched his plans to clean up London’s air at a primary school in the south of the borough, which will be the first to be undergo an air quality audit.
Mayor of Islington Cllr Una O’Halloran can vouch for how important the annual Islington in Bloom ceremony is.
An infuriated homeowner fears a harmful weed could damage the foundations of his house – after five years of complaints going “ignored”.
The Highbury Fields barbecue row has reached new heights – with activists preparing to take legal action against Islington Council.
Radical cycling activists brought a major Holloway A-road to a standstill last night.
A radical cycling action group has arranged a “die-in” protest over the “horrendous” safety of Camden Road in Holloway.
People have a few more days to suggest a name for Archway’s new town centre.
The council’s controversial decision to shut Islington’s last free full-size football pitch has been challenged by the government.
An Islington takeaway was left with a bill of almost £3,000 after staff twice crossed the street and dumped rubbish over the border in Hackney.
It’s divided opinion, but the pedestrianised Archway town centre is officially here to stay.
There was singing, dancing and gardening in the New River Green estate on Saturday for a youth club’s annual bash.
The community came together last week in Islington for an adventure playground “street party”.
Neighbours of Finsbury Leisure Centre fear their concerns over its flagship redevelopment project will be ignored.
Drivers can now top up their electric cars quicker than their mobile phones thanks to Islington’s first “rapid” roadside charging point.
Disabled people now have better access to one of Islington’s few green beauty spots.
Arsenal fans are in uproar about club supremo Stan Kroenke starting a new bloodsports TV channel that depicts killing elephants and other African beasts for sport.
A rare pedigree cat is missing, presumed stolen – weeks after his owners grudgingly dismantled the animal’s secure £2,500 “catio” as it didn’t have planning permission.
Islington councillors will tomorrow gather at Archway Bridge and demand Transport for London “pulls its finger out” over anti-suicide measures.
The £12.6million transformation of Archway town centre is finished after almost 18 months of work.
Two sets of protesters teamed up to take on the mighty Islington Council over the loss of their beloved football pitches.
Fury at Islington Council’s decision to shut the Barnard Park sports pitch is set to resurface on Thursday.
A bizarre plan to reduce littering along the Regent’s Canal has seen barge workers kick up a stink – because it involves removing bins.
Cllr Claudia Webbe likes nothing more than to promote the town hall’s radical green agenda. So she was all over the first National Clean Air Day yesterday.
Islington is notorious for its lack of green space. And yet some of its best nature spots remain unknown.
Plans for the long awaited “anti-suicide” barrier on Archway Bridge finally look set to be signed off.
Angel Canal Festival needs fresh blood – or it could face closure.
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