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The community celebrated “sustainability” and British apples in Gillespie Park on Sunday.

A “really precious” Holloway community centre is fund-raising for its first refurbishment since the 1970s – and Jeremy Corbyn has backed its campaign.

A Finsbury Park choir was “thrilled” to give its first public performance in front of Jeremy Corbyn on Friday.

Jeremy Corbyn has written to Network Rail bosses expressing his concern about the company selling off its railway arches in the Holloway Road and throughout the country.

The Boundary Commission’s proposals for Islington are unchanged, meaning Jeremy Corbyn’s seat will be abolished.

A Second World War veteran, former Islington councillor and dedicated trade unionist from Cally died last night – and cross-party voices today paid tribute to his life and memory.

Contractor Ryhurst is suing the Whittington Hospital over its decision to abandon a controversial regeneration deal.

Jeremy Corbyn has urged the owner of the Archway Tavern to reopen it for the good of the community.

The “wonderful” Barnsbury Community Garden Project unveiled new green spaces and the “smallest library in London” last Friday.

Arsenal’s new majority owner could “break the connection” between some fans and the club if he forcibly buys fans’ shares at the end of September.

A homeless army veteran from Holloway who is part of the Windrush generation has told of his battle for an ID card and benefits – after the government dubbed him an “illegal immigrant” and drove him into hiding.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today drove a train that will soon serve his constituency on the Barking to Gospel Oak line – which he fought to save.

Some 200 Muslims gathered in central London in a show of defiance against Donald Trump’s visit today.

In a first of its kind role in a UK town hall, Cllr Sue Lukes is now Islington’s ‘migrants champion’. She tells the Gazette what it means – and why it’s so important.

With plans submitted to redevelop the famous Holloway Road Odeon, we decided it was time to take a look at its history. Val Cipriani chatted to filmgoers about their memories of the cinema.

It is good to see Islington Labour councillors have realised that walking is good for our health (“Health boss says: Get walking!”, Gazette letters), writes Anita Frizzarin, Wedmore Gardens, Tufnell Park.

Your story regarding the campaign for step-free access to Crouch Hill station should certainly be supported, writes Ian Fearnley, of Islington, full address supplied.

Jeremy Corbyn joined the Islington council leader and business chief for a meeting with Marks and Spencer chiefs over the closure of its Holloway Road store.

Two Islington mosques and a Muslim charity held a street dinner on Wednesday to remember the terrorist attack that targeted their community a year ago.

The people of Islington have spoken, writes Cllr Tricia Clarke, St George’s ward.

Chelsea Clinton and local poet Jan Nobles appear at this year’s Stoke Newington Literary Festival

Islington’s transport and environment chief Claudia Webbe will find out tomorrow whether she has been chosen as Labour’s candidate in the Lewisham East by-election.

In the space of a few hours this week, the Islington Gazette was accused by a former councillor of making up a story simply to damage Labour’s chances in the election, and by a random member of the public of being a mouthpiece for the same party.

A Holloway decorating firm has today opened its purpose-built training centre to create hundreds of new jobs for school leavers and unemployed youngsters.

Protesting Brexit. Quizzing politicians over cycle lanes. Speaking out against cuts to school funding. Joining thousands of campaigners to elect and support a Labour leader who has given the party its biggest shakeup in a generation.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn has attacked Prime Minister Theresa May and home secretary Amber Rudd for trying to “protect communities on the cheap” – following the spate of violent muggings in Archway.

“Putting young people in charge of their own narrative” is the chief aim of a commission bidding to transform the lives of those growing up in Islington.

Jeremy Corbyn has spoken out after Darren Osborne was today convicted of murder for carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack – having initially planned to kill the Labour leader.

Terrorist Darren Osborne has been found guilty of murder after carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack.

Jeremy Corbyn has championed the efforts of a school marking a decade of opening its doors to homeless people over the festive period.

If you supported Arsenal or had an N5 postcode in 1988, it’s almost certain you’ll remember the “Battle of Highbury”.

This council administration is committed to making Islington a fairer place for all, writes Cllr Claudia Webbe, environment and transport boss, Islington Council.

Islington Green was once again packed for the seventh annual Menorah lighting festival on Sunday.

At various times since the EU referendum, Islington In Europe has been out on the streets of Islington persuading members of the public to maintain opposition to Brexit, writes Nick Turton, chairman, Islington In Europe.

Islington’s transport boss has been criticised for removing a pledge to cut deaths on the borough’s roads from the wording of a council motion.

A campaign group has lost its battle to restrict music events in Finsbury Park – but has promised to appeal yet again by taking the case to the Supreme Court.

A campaign group has been made to wait in its battle to restrict music events in Finsbury Park.

A campaign leader has vowed to ramp up resistance after the Trust that runs the Whittington Hospital ignored calls to reverse a development deal with a company linked to Grenfell Tower contractor Rydon.

Council spending on domestic violence refuges has fallen by up to 75 per cent across London since 2010, leaving Cally charity Solace Women’s Aid trying to do more with less. Chief exec Mary Mason tells investigations journalist Emma Youle about the pressures faced by her charity – and what happens when women can’t get help

Jeremy Corbyn reunited with his old Islington colleague Chris Smith on Wednesday. The Labour leader presented his friend with a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to LGBT equality.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn has admitted hate crime towards women still blights his constituency – but he is confident more victims will start to come forward.

Islington community leaders – from Jeremy Corbyn to Rev Jennifer Potter – last night called out the media for helping spread hate crime.

Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North seat still faces removal, it has been confirmed.

Muslim women will share their experiences of hate crime at Finsbury Park Mosque tonight.

An 18-year-old woman was threatened with a knife and robbed outside Jeremy Corbyn’s constituency office in Finsbury Park last night.

It’s divided opinion, but the pedestrianised Archway town centre is officially here to stay.

Arsenal supporter Jeremy Corbyn has slammed club supremo Stan Kroenke accusing him of glorifying the killing of animals through the launch of a subscription hunting channel dubbed ‘slay per view’.

Aspiring Islington artists have the opportunity to publish a comic book about their own MP.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was the guest of honour on a day dedicated to gardening at Ambler Primary School.

Islington’s faith and community leaders responded to the Finsbury Park terrorist attack with typical defiance today, declaring: “Our community won’t be divided.”

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