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My first memories of the Commonwealth Games are from 1982, catching a glimpse of ‘Breakfast from Brisbane’ on TV before heading off to school.

The loyalty of Arsenal fans knows no bounds. Grampian Gooner – aka Danny Coyle – shares the trials and tribulations in braving the Beast from the East and Storm Emma during his epic trip from northern Scotland to England’s south coast to see his beloved team lose 2-1 to Brighton on Sunday.

Business chiefs have welcomed the news that the Night Overground service is extending to Canonbury and Highbury and Islington from Friday.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading James Morris’s account of “the lost hospital” in Liverpool Road, writes Dr Charles Goodson-Wickes, representative Deputy Lieutenant for Islington.

We are in full agreement with Clare Palmer in supporting projects like Windsor Street, writes Anne and Tom Tickell, Brecknock Road, Kentish Town.

A woman who fell asleep at Finsbury Park station on Sunday woke up to find a pervert kissing her.

We are a group of Islington council workers and residents calling on Islington Council to immediately freeze any new investments in fossil fuels, write 25 Islington Council workers and nine members of the public in an open letter to the chair and deputy chairman of the Islington pension fund sub-committee.

A person died at King’s Cross St Pancras Tube station this morning after being hit by a Victoria line train.

Commuters who travel on the Barking to Gospel Oak Overground line have had a relatively relaxing journey to work for the last week or so since it reopened.

Transport bosses have drawn up plans for a multi-million-pound redevelopment of the former Highbury and Islington station across the road from the existing one, the Gazette can reveal.

Middlesex won a thrilling T20 match against London rivals Surrey by a single wicket on Thursday at a sold-out Lords.

Finsbury Park station closed or partially closed 83 times in the first six months after the Wells Terrace entrance was removed, the Gazette can reveal.

A call to arms has been issued by a newly-formed campaigning group fighting cuts to schools across Islington.

From June 19 to 25, Refugee Week is back with arts and educational events around the country to raise awareness and hope for a better way of dealing with the ongoing crisis, and Islington and Hackney are no exceptions

The second Show of Hands event highlights issues surrounding migration, with a focus on the facts and figures at a local level

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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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