A celebrated theatre architect unveiled his “cynosure of all eyes” in the Nag’s Head on October 5, 1903.
A young woman born and raised in Islington was denied legal status and her right to work because she couldn’t prove her mother’s immigration status.
City and Islington College (CANDI) students are “over the moon” after bagging places at some of the “world’s best universities” on an emotional A-level results day.
The mother of a City and Islington College student who vanished 10 years ago has spoken of her immeasurable loss and claimed cops should have acted sooner when he was reported missing.
It was a case of like mother, like daughter at a university graduation that proved to be a family affair.
A century ago, the first women were finally given the right to vote. Now Emily Thornberry has declared “the time has come” for another group of people whose voices are silenced during elections.
Islington is famous for being a politically active borough. You only have to look back to this year’s general election, with 69 per cent turnout in Islington South and Finsbury and 73pc in Islington North.
A Holloway special needs school is looking to the future after holding its first ever careers event.
Two people have been assaulted outside City and Islington College in Goswell Road.
Students experienced a range of emotions this morning as they collected their GCSE results from Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School.
It’s a much-loved market that has served Holloway for decades, and it’s 25 years since it went indoors. This week, the Gazette visited the Nag’s Head to talk shop with traders.
The Alternative Clothes Show returned to Crouch End on Saturday as City and Islington College joined models to showcase outfits crafted using recycled materials.
I’m writing to you to discuss the students of City and Islington College and the college itself, writes Ellie Wacks, City and Islington College student
The Gazette was very proud to help dish out Islington’s civic awards to the cream of Islington last night.
Police were yesterday called to break up yet another brawl in the heart of Islington – thought to involve City and Islington College students.
City and Islington College has launched an investigation after three huge brawls broke out around Angel station this week.
Every week, we take to the streets to find a start-up business right here in Islington. This week, we speak to the youngsters looking to become the next generation of tech.
Only a few years ago, Diana Gomez was suffering in her own home. The Gazette finds how it motivated her to become Islington’s young mayor.
A Holloway man believes the actions of a crop of City and Islington College students are putting his family’s safety in jeopardy.
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.
A 17-year-old boy was stabbed outside City and Islington College in Holloway yesterday afternoon.
A teenager who studies at City and Islington College grilled MPs on sexual and relationships education last week in a bid to get schools talking about the subject.
A City and Islington College student will see her work showcased at London Fashion Week after reaching the finals of a national design contest.
A college principal knighted last year for services to further education has announced his retirement.
Students at City and Islington College will get the experience of a lifetime tonight as they perform the play ‘Children of Killers’ in the National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre.
Bridget Galton talks to a participant and a director of social inclusion theatre course, Playing Up.
Three men have been bailed until late July after two 18-year-olds were stabbed in Owen’s Field on Monday afternoon.
Poet and MS sufferer Kassim Hammami, 30, is looking to Serbia for a ground breaking new therapy. Tom Dare caught up with Kass to find out more about his life.
Thousands of Islington schoolchildren are breathing in filthy air that is way above the EU pollution limit, “shocking” new tests have revealed.
A centre offering training in painting, decorating and carpentry has opened its doors to a new generation of construction workers.
The defiant family of 15-year-old Alan Cartwright ensured his memory will live on a year after his murder.
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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