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Shoppers are being urged to help keep the high street thriving this Small Business Saturday during what has been a tough year.

An Islington man has been jailed for three years after the police raided his home and discovered a “haul” of Class A drugs.

An interim report on air pollution and monitoring data in Islington’s People Friendly Streets neighbourhoods will be published six months into each scheme.

A special programme of events is coming to Islington for Carers Rights Day.

A 17-year-old has been rearrested as part of an investigation into the fatal stabbing of a man in Islington.

A founder of the group which commissioned the statue for Mary Wollstonecraft on Newington Green has defended the controversial choice.

Police officers around the country, including in London and Islington, have ramped up efforts to tackle knife crime.

A Highbury burlesque singer and dancer is hoping to raise £800 to restore an antique piano and its stool.

GPs in Islington are working together to host large flu jab clinics amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Christmas lights adorning thoroughfares around Angel will be switched on this weekend despite the ongoing lockdown.

A sculpture celebrating a feminist pioneer is set to be premiered on Newington Green after a decade-long campaign.

An Islington support worker has won an award for turning her life around in adult education.

An Islington scout’s “dream came true” when he used his wheelchair to take part in a navigation challenge reimagined amid the pandemic.

An Islington man has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a woman in Battersea on Christmas Eve last year.

Could you help an international hunt to find the man police are searching for in connection with the Finsbury Park road rage stabbing?

Forty per cent of young people in north east London, including in Islington, believe their future goals are now “impossible” due to the pandemic, a study has found.

A storytelling theatre charity is set to capture audiences’ imaginations from an underused section of an Islington library.

A woman has died after a crash involving a motorcyclist in Islington.

The former caretaker of an Islington housing association has been honoured with a national award.

An Islington woman pedalled through the night in a 12-hour cycling challenge to raise money for homeless young people.

A campaign to stop a supermarket warehouse opening next to an Archway school has reached a “hugely important milestone”.

Six Islington parks have been recognised as some of the most beautiful, well-managed green spaces in the country.

A Belsize Park man has called for better social distancing on public transport by revealing pictures of commuters jam-packed into a London bus during the pandemic.

Students have partnered with older people in Islington as part of a new learning initiative.

An Islington entrepreneur is one of a duo to set up a chair-renting business to help hairdressers during the coronavirus crisis.

Brainiacs around the world got their thinking caps on to compete in a mind sports festival organised by an Islington resident.

Solicitors are threatening Islington Council with court action over a new cycleway brought in as part of a package of traffic measures around the borough.

An Islington-based ovarian cancer charity has bagged £500 from a supermarket giant.

The Islington alarms specialist whose expertise was key to realising the Hatton Garden burglary heist has been ordered to pay back nearly £6million.

Groups in support of new traffic measures were not deterred from hosting an event in Islington, even when its street paintings were removed by the council.

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