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For pupils and teachers the prospect of returning for start of the academic year may be a challenging thought after a long, hot summer, but at a school in Stevenage this week it’s been smiles all-round as talented Arsenal coaches came to visit.

A “stirring and fiercely patriotic” song about Islington has been unearthed and performed a century after its composer died in France during the First World War.

Mental health support must be available at school so all kids “can be the best they can be”, according to Islington headteachers.

Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif met up with the highly-rated Ben Sheaf, who is impressing on loan at Stevenage. Read on for his in-depth feature on the talented midifielder.

Clerkenwell is the new home of a mental health charity bidding to transform the level of support available to kids at school.

Police are appealing for information after a man was stabbed in a knife fight on board a train service as it approached Finsbury Park.

New Zealand adventure for Cordingley and Higgins

Parents could “relate” to the Duchess of Cambridge on her visit to Hornsey Road Children’s Centre this afternoon.

A visit to a children’s centre by a member of the royal family was cancelled today after Kensington Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child.

Celtics to face Philadelphia 76s in January 2018

Kaylen Hinds is a young Arsenal footballer with the world at his feet.

Boxing and politics are often closely intertwined – and, at the pioneering gym run by Islington BC’s Ella Gilbert, it’s certainly difficult to separate them.

Christmas is coming and it’s panto time, oh yes it is. We round up Hackney and Islington’s best festive family entertainment

A woman has achieved her dream of studying English at the University of Cambridge – more than a decade after dropping out of school during her A-levels due to mental health problems.

North Middlesex batsman Evan Flowers is thrilled that the club’s policy of developing and promoting homegrown players has been rewarded as the fight for the Middlesex County League title goes down to the final day.

Islington Mayor Cllr Kat Fletcher spoke of her “pride” in the young people of Islington yesterday following the publication of A-level results.

Students and teachers alike at City and Islington college were celebrating the college’s A-level results today.

Most people looking to work in the field of biomedical sciences follow the same career path.

Isledon Wolves coach John Powles is hoping the Under-16s’ packed pre-season schedule could bring their star players to the attention of Football League scouts.

Preparing to try and win a world championship on your own doorstep is a testing enough assignment in itself.

It seems in today’s world of cutting edge technology and entrepreneurial spirit, you can’t browse through a news site without reading about the latest start-up launch.

Highgate are readying themselves for new challenges after going through last season unbeaten as they cruised to the Division Three championship.

This 70-minute drama is billed as the untold story of Alan Turing, one of the greatest mathematicians and thinkers that this country has yet produced. He invented computer science – arguably the most important technological driver of the 20th century.

Tour guide Rob Smith tells the Gazette about the community of dissenters that took up residence in Newington Green 250 years ago – and inspired three US Founding Fathers and women’s rights activist Mary Wollstonecraft

Highgate Harriers’ women achieved their best ever result in the South of England Six Stage Road Relay, winning the event for the first time since its inception 16 years ago.

As Clerkenwell restaurant ‘Dans Le Noir?’ celebrates its 10th anniversary, the Gazette chats to the French owner Edouard de Broglie about how dining in darkness challenges the senses and breaks social barriers in the process

The Duchess of Cambridge has become a patron of the Anna Freud Centre, following her regular visits to its Islington site.

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