A scout leader from Islington raped a young boy in a field while on camp and made him pose naked inside the troop’s church hall base, a court heard today.
Hundreds gathered in Islington yesterday morning to remember those who died fighting for our country.
Comedian turned playwright Stuart Laws talks about his first play The Journey at the Pleasance and why funny people flourish in Islington
As Black History Month draws to a close, the Gazette chats to Avril Nanton – who runs African Caribbean tour guides – about the spirit of Islington.
Islington has been named the best borough in London for its work tackling food poverty.
Warnings over a shortage of school places are misplaced in Islington, according to the council.
The streets are quiet in August, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
Islington’s Parent House charity, which helps 350 mums and dads in the borough every year, has won major recognition for its work. The Gazette speaks to its brainchild and director, Gina Camputaro.
Islington’s Primary School district team had to settle for a share of the spoils after a thrilling McKee Trophy final with Hackney.
A sixth person has been charged in connection with the incident in Essex Road where a car ploughed into four pedestrians.
A fifth person has been charged in relation to Saturday’s crash in Essex Road.
Former council leader Terry Stacy is a loud Lib Dem activist, but also does a tonne of community work. The Gazette hears about his fascinating past.
Two Islington men have been charged after a series of dawn raids targeting suspected moped-riding criminals.
St Mary’s Church in Upper Street was finally restored – 16 years after it was wrecked by a Second World War bomb.
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