A second man has said he took part in an armed attempt to rob Arsenal stars Sead Kolasinac and Mesut Ozil of their watches in a shocking moped ambush.

Nando’s has been fined more than £700 for dumping rubbish outside its Upper Street eatery.

Ticket offices at two London Overground stations in Islington will have their opening hours drastically cut by new proposals, according to a transport union.

Three people have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old in Camden on Monday.

The “evil” man who killed Muswell Hill mum-of-one Cathy Burke a month before murdering Stroud Green woman Iuliana Tudos in Finsbury Park has been handed his second life sentence.

The “wicked” predator who killed a popular barmaid in Finsbury Park has admitted killing Muswell Hill mum Cathy Burke in a second sexually-motivated attack.

Osborne Grove Nursing Home will be demolished and replaced with a £30.8million 70-bed facility, after Haringey Council’s cabinet approved the project.

Passengers using the Northern Line face further chaos this evening as services in Zone One and Two will finish at 9.30pm.

The Big Jewish Summer Fete continues to go from strength to strength, as it was held for the third year on Sunday.

The chair of the Whittington Health Trust, Steve Hitchins, has stood down.

Two shop owners were fined thousands of pounds this morning for selling knives to children in Crouch End and Stroud Green.

It was out with the old and in with the new on Monday morning, as Great Northern travellers got to use the new class 717s for the first time.

The leader of Islington Council is one of the people who will address the Islington Keep our NHS Public (KONP) event on Monday.

Parents and children made their voices heard about climate change as they joined a climate change protest in Islington.

Dozens of people picketed a controversial “anti-transgender” meeting on Tuesday night, billed as a discussion on “keeping women and children safe” from trans people.

Fire crews tackled a blaze at a York way launderette in the early hours of this morning.

A partnership to help Camden and Islington residents reap the benefits of the new King’s Cross development has celebrated getting 1,000 people into work.

Tech City College is set to close after a short-supply of students means it is “financially unsustainable.”

Camden and Islington will get their fourth borough commander in just 12 months, with Ch Supt Raj Kohli is set to take over from Det Ch Supt Iain Raphael in January.

A woman left infertile after bungled tests at the Whittington failed to spot that she had cervical cancer has been awarded the cost of having children by surrogate in the USA.

Four men have been charged after the North London Derby yesterday at the Emirates.

A man has been arrested after an attempted rape in King’s Cross this morning.

Haringey Council is preparing to downsize the beleaguered Osborne Grove care home following a reprieve earlier this year that apparently saved it from closure.

Nearly 20 people were arrested in a wave of early morning raids across north and south London, with drugs and cash seized linked to drug dealing and violence in Camden High Street, near Camden Lock Market.

The inquest into the death of Lewis Johnson in Clapton Common has been delayed by nearly a year, after the planned inquest has been postponed.

Two overground station ticket offices in Islington could close under new plans revealed by Arriva Rail London.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing a cat in Highbury last month.

The Boundary Commission’s proposals for Islington are unchanged, meaning Jeremy Corbyn’s seat will be abolished.

Toddlers in Islington have been hailed as eco-experts as Co-operative childcare announced its nursery in Clerkenwell has been recognised for its environmental achivements.

Central Foundation Boys’ School has got almost perfect A-level results, with 99 per cent of students passing their exams. 44pc got A* or A.

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