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More than 500 members of the Turkish community came together on Newington Green on Sunday to commemorate 100 years since the start of the war of independence.

Neighbours of Highbury Fields are furious at the mess left by the crowds who descend on the park every time the sun shines.

Visitors to St Luke's Community Centre this weekend met tree frogs, snakes, chinchillas - and chickens.

A charity offering one-to-one sessions for children struggling with maths is set to launch at a Holloway primary school later this year.

The Institute of Physics launched its Accelerator Centre last week equipped with some eye-catching technology - Li-Fi (Wi-Fi by light).

An aptly-named young artist from a Holloway primary school has won an award for his drawing urging people to eat their vegetables.

Islington's health services have defended their gender pay gaps showing male staff earning more than women.

Children's shop Molly Meg, which went from selling vintage children's chairs online to its shop in Islington, is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary this month.

History buff John Leo Waters runs the Archway Revisited Facebook group, where people share their memories of the area. Here he recounts Mr Van Hooydonk's journey from Brussels to Islington, Hampstead and Highgate at the turn of the last century.

More than 29,000 people in Islington have signed a Brexit petition calling for Britain to revoke Article 50 and remain in the European Union (EU).

The chair of Finsbury Park Mosque was in a "resilient and reflective" mood after speaking at the inter-faith vigil for the Christchurch terror attack on Friday evening, calling on the government to "wake up and see Islamophobia as it is, and actually tackle it".

Old Street and Clerkenwell Road will be shut to through traffic if ambitious new plans to make the area safer for cyclists and pedestrians go ahead.

Hundreds of Islington students demonstrated against climate change today as they marched through Highbury Fields to make their voices heard.

Eight inspirational Islington residents will be honoured in tonight's civic awards at the assembly hall in Upper Street.

Activists rallied against the "rapid dissection of the NHS" at a public meeting of the Keep Our NHS Public (KONP) campaign at Islington Town Hall on Monday night.

More than 200 neighbours gathered on Sunday to protest Sainsbury's fourth attempt to open a shop in Blackstock Road.

"Unsung" Islington hero Jeane Trend-Hill has been recognised by the mayor of London for her voluntary work to help people with inflammatory bowel diseases.

The large archway, Edwardian-Baroque facade and distinctive bullseye windows make 44-45 Newington Green one of the square's most recognisable buildings.

A bulldog who was left for dead in a Finsbury Park alleyway last month has made a full recovery at Harmsworth Memorial Animal Hospital.

Hungry Highbury shoppers have demolished dozens of Greggs' first ever vegan sausage rolls within hours, with some queuing outside for 15 minutes just to get a taste.

Most people presume jellied eels are slimy. Or wobbly. Or wobbly and slimy. But surprisingly, it turns out jellied eels are quite chewy and extremely bony. In some pie and mash shops the tradition remains of sprinkling sawdust on the floor to stop customers slipping on the discarded bones.

A beloved former owner of a long-running fish and chip shop in Essex Road has died aged 77.

Fairytale adventures, traditional music and a light show delighted crowds at the eighth annual menorah lighting ceremony on Islington Green last night.

A co-working space in Barnsbury where social enterprises hosted community projects has closed.

Children and veterans were among hundreds of people who marched together down Upper Street as part of celebrations marking the centenary of the Armistice yesterday.

Big-hearted volunteers who do everything from supporting vulnerable women to organising sports for disabled youngsters were recognised at an awards bash on Wednesday.

"A pair of scumbags" stole the tip jar from Piebury Corner before Arsenal's match with Blackpool on Wednesday night.

A mother gave an emotional tribute to her murdered son during a service to commemorate victims of knife crime at a Finsbury Park church on Sunday.

Highbury Community Nursery has become the first childcare setting in Islington to be awarded Millie's Mark.

An innovative NHS project that hires people with first-hand experience of mental illness to support mental health patients across Islington has won a national award.

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