Police are appealing for information and witnesses after two men were shot in Islington.

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man in connection with two sexual offences.

Sadler’s Wells Theatre has been given an emergency £1,500,000 grant to help it stay afloat over the summer.

Moorfields has enabled 80 per cent of its A&E patients to access the treatment they need through an online consultation since the coronavirus outbreak, without having to travel to the Old Street eye hospital.

Islington Council is accelerating the rollout of its school streets programme, with 80 per cent of the borough’s primary schools set to benefit before the end of the year.

Leona Lewis sourced pictures of hospital staff from the Whittington, where she was born, and Homerton, where she grew up, for her cover version of ‘Angels’, which she has released to raise money for the NHS in its battle against coronavirus.

Playgrounds in Islington will start to reopen today (July 9) in the borough following the Covid-19 lockdown.

Landlords and restaurant owners in Islington were pleased to welcome back punters and diners for the first time in more than three months on ‘Super Saturday’, when the government eased lockdown restrictions.

The victim of the fatal shooting in Roman Way has been named by police as 22-year-old Imani Allaway-Muir.

Detectives are investigating a fatal collision in Pentonville Road.

A man was shot dead in Islington in broad daylight this afternoon.

A man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a university student while he was wearing a dress and a silver wig.

Greenpeace’s boss has avoided a jail sentence, but the eco campaign group has been whacked with an £80,000 fine for trying to stop BP drilling for new oil at a field the government unlawfully granted a permit for.

Islington Council is urging people to join a union to keep them safe at work, as the country emerges from coronavirus lockdown.

Young people in Islington are being invited to submit music they have made during lockdown to be featured in an an online event hosted by The Voice winner Jermain Jackman.

Budget supermarket Lidl has teamed up with a developer in a bid to open a second store twice the size, just 200m down the road from its Finsbury Park outlet.

Two of Islington’s live music venues, The Lexington and the Union Chapel have raised thousands through crowd funding platforms to help them to survive the financial fall-out of the coronavirus pandemic.

A young man is helping to inspire other young people with autism through the unsettling coronavirus crisis by writing a weekly blog.

The head of the project to rebuild an incinerator to burn all of north London’s waste refused MP Sir Iain Duncan Smith’s request today that he carry out a cost review of the £1.2bn project, even though its cost has doubled since last July.

The leader of Islington Council has warned government ministers that local authorities will start going bankrupt unless they take swift action with financial aid.

Politicians and community leaders have spoken out against the “systemic racial injustices and hatred that blights our communities” on the third anniversary of the Finsbury Park terror attack.

Islington plans to celebrate Windrush Day with an online talk from the acclaimed historian and writer Paul Crooks.

A guided walking tour has been designed to let participants imagine the situations faced by refugees and economic migrants who have settled in Islington after fleeing situations like South African apartheid and the Irish potato famine.

Arsenal in the Community is donating 250 laptops to Islington school children to combat the growing issue of digital poverty.

Business Secretary Alok Sharma has warned the coronavirus pandemic is the “biggest threat our country has faced in decades”, as a further 563 people died overnight of the “invisible killer” in the UK.

Sarah North has always been a passionate eco-campaigner, litter picking in Highgate Woods and doing petitions to save animals in her spare time growing up.

A watchdog has found there is no indication of a “causal link” between police officers’ actions and the suicide of Caroline Flack.

Greenpeace’s boss could be jailed for two years, after the owner of a rig that eco-activists blocked from drilling for new oil wells pursued legal action against him.

Author Carolyn Clark tells Emma Bartholomew how The East End Canal Tales draws on 50 people’s memories to tell of intriguing, moving and often surprising stories of life and work on the Regent’s and Hertford Union Canals over 200 years.

A man was killed near his home on the Woodberry Down Estate by a thug who was hanging around outside Manor House station looking for people to rob, a court has heard.

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