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An Islington councillor is set to make history by becoming the first Black woman appointed deputy leader.

A homelessness museum is showcasing its collection in an Islington roadside display while it searches for a permanent home.

Homelessness workers got together for a large-scale outreach project to mark the usual Streets Fest event in Islington.

People from Hackney, Islington, Brondesbury and Muswell Hill are part of a group to be charged after a environmental protest which delayed the printing of national newspapers.

Islington writers have been encouraged to enter the London Writers Awards 2021.

A study has found almost all north London respondents broke social distancing rules at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.

A young Islington family has called for the flammable cladding encasing their flat to be removed with urgency.

A Holloway-based charity for vulnerable women has won a national award.

Pentonville prisoners donated their own canteen allowance to an Islington foodbank during the coronavirus pandemic.

Islington neighbours were left living in increasingly damp flats for months, at one point falsely fearing it may be sewage water.

Schoolchildren in Hackney and Islington whose learning has been interrupted by the pandemic have been benefiting from an intensive maths catch-up programme.

New statistics have revealed Islington residents saved almost two million pounds with the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.

Bus lanes in Hackney and Islington will become operational 24/7 as part of a trial to encourage public transport use as the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted.

A new outdoor market in Islington is all set to open.

A historian is searching for information about an Islington pilot who crashed his plane in Germany during World War Two.

“Practical difficulties” are part of the reason residents cannot be exempt from the People Friendly Streets schemes, according to the leader of Islington Council.

The number of School Streets around Islington will be double last term when young people get back to class.

A therapy charity is concerned that the proposed Women’s Building on the former Holloway Prison site may not include a refuge for the victims of domestic violence.

A portrait of Islington’s mayor has won a national competition.

New statistics have revealed the top Islington baby names in 2019.

Another People Friendly Streets area is all set to be installed in Islington.

Analysis has found more than 80 per cent of properties on a rental site are listed as off limits to housing benefit claimants, despite a judge ruling such policies discriminatory.

An Islington confectionary expert is baking new ground by creating a giant fondant fancy to thank NHS staff and celebrate Cake Week 2020 at the same time.

An Islington MP has called for furlough to be extended as new figures reveal about a quarter of workers in the borough have been helped by the scheme.

Franki Berry speaks to Greenpeace UK programme director Pat Venditti for the Ham&High Podcast about the climate emergency and the power of direct action.

Firefighters rushed to a dry cleaners in Islington this morning (August 26).

Islington’s third People Friendly Streets neighbourhood has been revealed.

Detectives investigating the murder of a man who was fatally stabbed in Finsbury Park have launched a fresh appeal.

The mum of an Islington four-year-old with an extremely rare genetic disorder is telling their story as part of a national fundraising campaign.

Islington and Hackney dealers who were posting packages of drugs all over the globe have been jailed for ten years.

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