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There are no pets in Islington’s newest library, despite its name. Islington Museum curator Roz Currie tells Rhiannon Long where the Cat and Mouse Library got the title – and how some Suffragettes got the upper hand using martial arts

A travelling language cafe is celebrating three years of making a difference in Islington.

A couple say their wish to adopt is being held up because the town hall hasn’t fixed a leak from the flat above theirs for 18 months – leaving the spare bedroom uninhabitable.

A new exhibition at Islington Museum celebrates the borough’s rich art heritage. Curator Mark Aston tells the Gazette that without these paintings, there would be massive gaps in our history.

Neighbours in Hornsey Rise say the new-look Archway gyratory is funnelling too much traffic down their residential streets.

Restaurant bosses in Highgate Hill are threatening legal action against Islington Council after customers were banned from parking for free outside their businesses.

There are more than two dozen names that could hold the key to prosecutions, and boxes of papers that may contain vital evidence. In the second of our special series on the Islington kids’ home scandal of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, EMMA YOULE asks why police are not bringing the perpetrators to justice

Investigations journalist EMMA YOULE explains how a stash of newly uncovered documents linked former Islington Mayor Sandy Marks to the radical Fallen Angels collective in early 1980

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