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Campaigners are continuing in their fight to save a “little forest” in Islington from the axe, two years after the plans were given the given light.

A bank has given Islington schoolchildren all the tech needed for home schooling on the internet.

A pub in Islington received a visit from the government’s business secretary ahead of its post-lockdown opening.

An Islington campaigner has called for a trailblazing Black footballer to be immortalised in statue form.

Green-fingered Islington neighbours are rallying the troops to save mini-gardens planted by the community in pallets on the road.

A month remains to have a say on environmental action plans for Islington.

A judge has ordered Islington Council to hand over information and documents amid a long-running dispute about a controversial development site.

Islington veterans, councillors and police officers paid tribute to British service people during Armed Forces Week 2020.

Budding chefs are invited to a join a free cook-along and learn how to make salad entirely without lettuce.

Cars are being “permitted” to skirt double yellow lines on an Islington road by parking on the pavement.

Islington and Hackney’s population sizes have both increased by just over 35 per cent since 2001, new figures suggest.

An Islington theatre has raised £120,000 in an emergency appeal to weather the coronavirus storm.

A funeral director has apologised to a bereaved family about a series of mistakes with their loved one’s final wishes.

More than 10,000 people have sought help from a coronavirus helpline in Islington.

An application for a new gambling games shop near Finsbury Park has been rejected.

A High Court judge has ruled that Islington Council did not properly notify a homeless man when terminating his temporary accommodation.

A junior doctor at the Whittington Hospital became the face of a campaign for this year’s World Refugee Day.

NHS workers at the Whittington Hospital have brightened up the wards by painting colourful new rainbow murals on the hallways.

An Archway cat-owner found himself in a “purrfect” breeding storm after one unexpected litter rapidly escalated and left him looking after 17 cats at once.

A famous cat, who was the star of a bestselling franchise about an Angel Tube busker, has passed away.

A Finsbury Park soup kitchen handed out three times more free food bags than usual one Saturday thanks to a bumper donation.

Proposals to build 1,000 new homes on the former Holloway Prison site are now up for consultation.

Tributes have been paid to an Islington community activist who has passed away at 59 years old.

An Islington Greggs could be one of the busiest in the UK when the chain reopens its branches next week.

A Holloway university has changed the name of one of its buildings, which was dedicated to a slave trader.

Men from Hackney, Camden and Islington have been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing.

Islington Town Hall was illuminated green to mark the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Non-essential shops in Islington are welcoming customers back through their doors today (June 15) .

Monuments, names and memorials around north London have come under intense scrutiny as the Black Lives Matter movement gains momentum.

A volunteer-led organisation has raised more than £25,000 to dish up meals for NHS workers at Homerton, Northwick Park and the Royal London hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.

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