Two carers meant to be looking after a terminally ill Cally man forged each other’s signatures so they could bunk off work, it has been claimed.
Footballers have accused the town hall of a lack of transparency after discovering it lent leisure bosses cash to build the trampoline park replacing their five-a-side pitches.
Zoe Paskett tries out an aerial circus hoop class - who hasn’t dreamed about flying? But who ever said flying was going to be easy? (Spoiler: it isn’t)
Two sets of protesters teamed up to take on the mighty Islington Council over the loss of their beloved football pitches.
A generous shopkeeper giving free fruit to kids every morning has been told by planning chiefs to rip down the decking where he lays it out.
Fury at Islington Council’s decision to shut the Barnard Park sports pitch is set to resurface on Thursday.
A Finsbury Park care home where staff didn’t know how to run a bath is to close after a damning inspection report.
A team of mental health professionals who ran a trailblazing psychological therapy service in Holloway Prison are going it alone a year on from its closure.
A Barnsbury cancer survivor is encouraging people to walk 10,000 steps a day in June.
The results are in after Islington Greens and Tufnell Park Parents unleashed “citizen science” to measure air pollution levels across the borough.
Campaigning five-a-side players have been bounced back in their calls for a “proper” consultation over the installation of a trampoline park at Sobell Leisure Centre.
Neighbours and community groups joined architects and planners on Saturday to shape a new “vision” for the section of the A1 between the Odeon and Holloway Road Tube station.
Rats, mice and cockroaches plagued 13 Islington restaurants last year, according to council papers.
A Newington Green mum is raising awareness of a rare condition that cost her baby son’s life in February.
A watchdog has taken action against a Holloway care home after reports of elderly people stuck in their rooms and not getting their medicine.
The Whittington Hospital has not been affected by a cyber attack on NHS organisations across the country.
Fold in Newington Green was started last year by two Hackney instructors and comes with a clear message: to promote wellness, inclusivity and rein back on some of modern yoga’s more aerobics-based aesthetics
The installation of a trampoline park at the Sobell Leisure Centre has been delayed because the hall is needed for the General Election count.
A report published last year aimed to find a way to cure Islington of its chronic problems with damp and mould. Last night the council said the more radical recommendation were simply too expensive.
Islington Pensioners Forum has launched a petition calling for the government to give the council more money to provide social care.
The fed-up owner of this sopping Holloway flat says a five-year leak from the council flat above has left her effectively homeless.
A medical secretary feels she was abandoned by Unison after she returned to work following an injury and found she did not have a job
Footballers are kicking off over plans to move their five-a-side league out of a leisure centre – to make room for a trampoline park.
Finsbury Park entrepreneur Lulu Socratous bravely defied pancreatic cancer. But that was when her real problems began, she tells the Gazette.
Tearful elderly people say they have been “erased” by Islington Council as it shuts their “second home” in Highbury.
The Whittington Hospital’s fertility centre is opening its own sperm bank and calling for men between 18 and 40 to donate.
Police are hoping to track down a heroic teenager who saved the life of an old man by performing CPR – before casually walking off.
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Islington had the fourth highest rate of noise complaints in London last year.
A Highbury café has been left with a bill for £2,500 after claiming it had a top food hygiene rating of 5 – when the actual rating was 1.
Islington Council is supporting terminally ill workers – promising they won’t be dismissed as a result of their condition.
Zoe Paskett tries out a new exercise class that combines swing dance and aerobics, finding that the exhaustion is outweighed by enjoyment and great music
A surgical ward at the Whittington Hospital has been closed after the vomiting and sickness bug norovirus spread among patients and staff.
Social care for over-50s in Islington is costing an extra £3.9million a year – because of smoking.
A 69-year-old man with stage 3 cancer has claimed he was “shoved in a corner” of A&E for 16 hours after being rushed to hospital with open wounds.
Staff at a Holloway care home were forced to clean a resident with washing up liquid because of the management’s obsession with cutting costs, a damning new report has claimed.
A council tenant is at his wits’ end after enduring damp and mould problems in his Andover Estate home for 23 years.
An Archway family is about to reach its £44,000 target to fund the cancer treatment of 17-year-old Sofie Lynott.
Islington Council’s health leader has asked people to join her in making a New Year pledge to improve their wellbeing in 2017.
Drunks vomiting in broad daylight, urinating in “very public places” and sleeping off hangovers in the library.
Players from both Arsenal and Spurs spread a little seasonal cheer with some special visits to young patients at Whittington Hospital.
Contractors working on the Upper Holloway track have angered neighbours by using their car park as part of the building site.
The man overseeing a radical plan to ward off a funding crisis in north London’s health services has said a solution has “not yet been found”.
Expert Parkour traceur speaks about the benefits of an all year round activity that trains the mind as much as the body
If people with dementia are at risk of going missing, is it right to tag them? It was the thought provoking question debated at an Islington Pensioners Forum meeting today.
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