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A decade of building work has left Old Street neighbours with "PTSD" - and they roasted developers over the latest debacle at a heated meeting on Wednesday, January 15.

A football fan accused of launching a homophobic attack on left-wing activist Owen Jones had been photographed performing a Nazi salute, a court has heard.

City and Islington College students became the fist pupils in London to build a cosmic ray detector, before embarking on an award-winning air pollution project.

Scores of scared delivery drivers went on strike in Highbury today to protest their alleged "slave" wages and poor job security, following the murder of Takieddine Boudhane.

The family of Takieddine Boudhane's suspected killer want him to return to the UK and face justice, according to Islington's top cop.

Homerton rapper Unknown T knifed an engineering student to death at a house party near Old Street after a row over a female guest, a court has heard.

Tenants don't feel safe in their Finsbury Park flats because drug users keep barricading themselves in the block.

A teenager with a severe nut allergy died at the Whittington Hospital after a combination of human and system error, a coroner has ruled.

Islington Council will hike council tax by 1.99 per cent to fund its budget proposals for this year.

The new owner of The Arts Building in Finsbury Park want to develop a large retail space on the ground floor of the premise.

The next leader of the Labour Party could still be an Islington MP, after Emily Thornberry progressed against the odds today.

A former chief superintendant who now works with Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust says gangs and knife crime should be looked at through "the prism of vulnerability".

Neighbours fear plans to build new homes in King's Cross will create a "second class" tier of flats on their estate.

A historian with an encyclopaedic knowledge of Islington died last month, leaving behind a "phenomenal legacy".

More than 200 delivery drivers escorted the body of their colleague Takieddine "Taki" Boudhane to Finsbury Park Mosque for a packed memorial on Thursday night.

Finsbury Park Mosque is crowdfunding to support the "broken" family of murdered delivery driver Takieddine Boudhane.

Islington Council will invest more than £2million extra funding to tackle violence against women and girls (VAWG) over the next three years.

Islington Council will stop outsourcing health checks to a controversial firm that claimed a homeless torture survivor was not vulnerable.

Police have charged a man in connection with the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy in Holloway Road on New Year's Eve.

Islington Council's environment chief has condemned 'selfish' fly-tippers, after sofas were dumped in Liverpool Road.

A car driver hit a pedestrian in Seven Sisters Road this afternoon.

Arsenal Football Club looks set to have a ward named after it, if proposed boundary changes are approved by Parliament.

Community groups and charities across Islington are invited to apply for funding through the Tesco bags of help scheme.

Islington's newest councillor says she'll campaign for clean air, tenant empowerment and safer streets over the coming months.

A police manhunt is underway to find the van driver suspected of stabbing a motorcyclist to death in Finsbury Park on Friday.

Heartbroken friends of a "lovely" delivery driver stabbed to death in Finsbury Park on Friday night (January 3) have paid tribute to his memory.

A murder investigation is underway after a man in his 30s was stabbed to death in Finsbury Park.

Two senior staff members have been "terminated" from the firm supplying Islington Council's not-for-profit Angelic Energy.

Descendents of one of Islington's most infamous killers are calling for his body to be exhumed from Pentonville Prison and reburied in USA.

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