TfL roadworks have created “gridlocked traffic and pollution” outside housing association flats in Clerkenwell.
Islington’s health chief Janet Burgess put her best arm forward for an early flu jab this week – and she’s urging others to do the same.
A new guide will help professionals identify kids at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM).
Working class people are “getting crushed by Universal Credit” and it’s fuelling mental health problems in Islington, claims a councillor.
Islington’s only walk-in health service could close when the contract runs out next year as chiefs “explore options” surrounding same-day appointments.
The annual general meeting of Whittington Health – the trust who run the Whittington Hospital in Archway – saw the board’s chairman Steve Hitchins admit community engagement is not up to scratch.
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 28-year-old man says he’s been left “deprived and isolated” after his bedroom was “destroyed” by flooding in his housing association flat in Tufnell Park.
Shocked Shoreditch residents are horrified EE is holding the UK’s first ever trial of superfast 5G mobile internet outside their homes.
People in the Cally’s Market Road claim the loss of daylight “will have a devastating impact” on their lives if Sports Direct gets planning permission to add two storeys to the office next to them.
A breast cancer survivor who turned serial fundraiser upon her recovery will shave her head live on stage midway through a concert for the Whittington Hospital’s Macmillan nurses.
Contractor Ryhurst is suing the Whittington Hospital over its decision to abandon a controversial regeneration deal.
A vulnerable man “didn’t get the support he needed” before being found dead in his Barnsbury flat on June 1, his step-mum has said.
Disgusted parents on Finsbury’s King Square Estate have stopped letting their kids play on its children’s play area because someone in their block keeps hurling poo and glass onto it.
A mother and her two young kids have been left living with “devastating” damage after rainwater gushed through the ceiling of their Barnsbury flat last week.
A mental health drop-in centre for LGBTQ+ people could close – and users are “deeply worried” by the uncertainty.
The manslaughter of a Holloway teen by his flatmate in unregulated supported housing has exposed a black hole in how social services are regulated, according to health chiefs.
Well-wishers have raised more than £20,000 to support the “extraordinary” Sarah Doone, who lost a leg after being run over by a cement truck on the Old Street roundabout on July 25.
Some gym-goers are claiming a lack of shower gel in Highbury Leisure Centre presents a health and safety risk.
A wheelchair-bound Highbury man with brain damage forced the government to admit it was wrong to say he was fit for work.
Workers on the Dover Court Estate whose heavy-duty uniforms left them “boiled alive” in the heatwave claim they were laid off for coming to work in shorts.
Camden and Islington’s mental health trust is consulting on plans to pool its inpatient beds at a new site at the Whittington Hospital.
Islington planners will enquire into a new restaurant near a primary school after fears it was set to be run as a takeaway chicken shop.
A mental illness care team has been accused of “neglect” after a Finsbury mum was found dead in her flat.
Mental health support must be available at school so all kids “can be the best they can be”, according to Islington headteachers.
Islington Council’s transport leader has promised to “engage” after an action group lobbied for a new cycle route to be closed to the majority of traffic.
Islington Council has refurbished football pitches in three of its parks.
The Whittington Hospital today confirmed it will abandon a regeneration agreement made with Ryhurst, whose parent company Rydon worked on Grenfell Tower before last June’s fire.
The closure of Roman Way Medical Centre could be delayed.
More than 15 per cent of Islington Clinical Commissioning Group’s cancer patients waited at least two months to start treatment following GP referral, according to NHS figures.
Potentially life-saving breast cancer screening check-ups for women in Islington have been delayed due to a shortage of specialist mammographers to carry out the service.
Islington could lose two of its four mental health day centres.
Islington Council is spending £3.9million less on drug and alcohol treatment services than it was five years ago, new figures reveal.
Art created by service users at a Holloway mental health recovery centre is being showcased this week.
Doctors need to communicate better about the risks associated with childbirth if women are to fully exercise their right to informed consent.
Thousands of patients at a Cally doctors are in limbo with the surgery set to close.
Chapel Market was evacuated this morning after a gas leak.
The number of women contacting an Archway mental health charity to deal with the effects of abuse has almost doubled since the #MeToo movement began in October.
Haringey’s new council has hit the brakes on the controversial closure of Stroud Green’s Osborne Grove nursing home.
Mental health patients are sometimes forced to spend “days” in the Whittington’s A&E department waiting for a bed, a new report has revealed.
Thirteen per cent of secondary school pupils in Islington say they know someone who carries a weapon.
Women working at the Whittington Hospital in Archway are earning an average 10.6 per cent less per hour than men, new figures have revealed.
A report has criticised “intrusive” staff at a Cally care home.
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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