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A star performer from Southgate Road will finally spring forward from her better known rival's shadow in a feminist revision of history next month - more than a century after she died.

Works to overhaul Highbury Corner and Old Street roundabout have angered motorists due to "chock-a-block traffic" - but transport bosses have urged the public to sit tight while the vital projects are finished and finessed.

Police have charged a man with grievous bodily harm (GBH) and possession of an offensive weapon following an incident in Tufnell Park on Sunday.

Two years ago today Makram Ali was murdered when a right-wing fanatic ploughed his van into worshippers outside Muslim Welfare House in Seven Sisters Road.

The "hostile environment" is still alive for an army veteran of the Windrush generation struggling to survive on £59 a month while awaiting Home Office compensation.

Police are investigating after a "pool of blood" was found on the pavement in Holloway this afternoon.

A horticulturist is calling on artists to help beautify a community garden near Highbury Corner to compensate for trees being felled for a housing development.

A teenager was slashed across the face during a fracas in Tufnell Park this afternoon - but his condition is "not life-threatening".

Police have charged a man after a mother was stabbed in broad daylight while pushing her sleeping toddler in a buggy.

A block of 20 homes on the St Mary's Path estate could be bulldozed and rebuilt to create bigger flats and more units for social rent, it can be revealed.

Potentially dangerous bacteria have been found in the water supply serving a special needs academy and youth club in Tufnell Park.

Police have arrested a man in connection to the brutal stabbing of a Holloway mother in front of her three-year-old son.

The number of people using Islington Food Bank has soared by more than 2,000 per cent in the past seven years due to "welfare reforms, austerity and Universal Credit", councillors claim.

Alumni of Tufnell Park Primary School have a chance to relive their memories of discos in the hall and reunite with old classmates before the 1955 building is bulldozed to make way for new facilities.

Holloway School is being rebranded as Beacon High after joining a "federation" with three other council-run schools.

Drinkers could annex a new Old Street public space and create a "pub garden", claims the furious chair of Islington's licencing committee - who opened a similar facilities a few streets away earlier this month.

A King Square cleaner scooped the top gong at Islington Council's annual awards ceremony last months.

A Cally primary school is celebrating its second 'Good' Ofsted grade on the bounce.

An Old Street conman who "targeted vulnerable and elderly victims and defrauded them out of thousands of pounds" was jailed on Friday.

Some 600 people celebrated the "fascinating heritage" of their Caledonian Park Clock Tower when the restored asset was officially opened on Saturday.

A rogue landlord was who breached fire safety regulations and neglected to carry out proper repairs was fined £12,400 at Highbury Corner Magistrates' on May 16.

A young mum was stabbed in the leg in front of her three-year-old son in a "broad daylight, targeted and totally unprovoked attack" in Holloway on Friday.

A teenager was shot and stabbed off Seven Sisters Road this afternoon - and he's suffering from "potentially life-changing injuries".

Camden and Islington (C&I) NHS Trust pledges no beds will be lost through controversial plans to sell NHS land in King's Cross and build a new mental health unit in Archway.

Luxury flats in City North are being advertised as far afield as Hong Kong - and a housing campaigner has blamed the development for the rise in rough sleeping just yards away in Stroud Green Road.

A family in Farringdon Road say communal waste left spewing out near their bedroom window for more than a month has made their children ill.

Knife-wielding robbers burst into a Clerkenwell jewellers and tied the worker to a chair before making off with more than £70,000 worth of goods.

Islington's housing boss will warn Clarion's chief exec not to use a former Holloway social home as a "cash cow" when they hold crunch talks on the property's future.

Suffragettes learning jiu-jitsu to fight cops, an MP going behind fascist lines to deliver vital medical aid and Britain's first black community centre where Bob Marley filmed Is This Love - are all part of Islington's rich history.

Anti-suicide measures will finally be installed at Archway Bridge from Monday - after 18 years of bureaucratic delays that have seen six people die.

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