A people's assembly was held at the town hall last night to discuss how best to tackle the climate emergency.
A not-for-profit organisation that promotes litter picking has praised the efforts of Islington volunteers to collect single-use plastic.
Islington Council's crime and finance chief is stepping down after landing a job as chief exec of a human rights charity.
A single mother has been pleading for a walk-in shower for two years because she's fearful her son will have an epileptic fit and drown in the bath.
National Education members working at a school in Angel will strike on Thursday to demand more funding for sixth form colleges.
A pharmaceutical company is bringing a £1.9million legal case against Moorfields Eye Hospital Foundation Trust over an alleged breach of contract.
Detectives investigating a fatal shooting in Leyton have re-issued images of three people they wish to trace.
This is the moment an Islington woman cut the cake at her 100th birthday party.
Chapel Market store owners claim traffic enforcement cameras installed six months ago are just a council "cash cow" because the town hall hasn't delivered on its promises.
The Museum of Homelessness (MOH) has won funding for an 18-month creative residency and heritage project in Islington to "offer communities inspiration at a time of sharp crisis and oppression".
The Ben Kinsella Trust won its first award in recognition of it's innovative work to stop knife crime last night.
Repair works on the fire-ravaged Highbury Leisure Centre should finish early next year, after planning approval and a contractor were secured.
The town hall will spend £1million on create the borough's first "liveable neighbourhood" - and wants to replicate the project all over Islington in the coming years.
The Gospel Oak to Barking line reopened today (February 19), nearly a month after a freight train derailed and damaged the track.
Plans for a low carbon smart energy grid that could deliver heat and power to an estimated 33,000 residents and 70 businesses in Islington were announced on February 18.
Emily Thornberry has thanked those who supported her campaign after failing to scrape through to the next stage of the Labour leadership contest.
An effervescent peace campaigner who made beautiful banners and dedicated her life to fighting for a better world hasd died, aged 68.
Homerton rapper Unknown T has been cleared of killing Steve Narvaez-Jara at a house party near Old Street - but two others have been convicted in relation to his death.
A partially-sighted pedestrian was left injured and "shaken" after a cyclist collided with her white cane in Highbury this morning.
All Points East festival has announced The Kooks and The Wombats are both performing in Victoria Park on May 30.
An all-out boycott on Ocado in Islington could cost the online delivery giant more than £60million a year, campaigners say.
Islington Council is consulting on what it should do when a controversial outsourced housing deal with a private sector consortium ends next year.
Islington's new young mayor, deputy young mayor and member of Youth Parliament have been announced.
An 89-year-old man has called for the paths on a Finsbury estate to be repaired after he fell and seriously injured himself for the second time in December.
A publican was seriously injured after he was glassed in Holloway.
A month after a big storm 200 Islington youngsters were still waiting to go back to school.
"When I woke up I was completely unable to move my eyelids," said Islington author Alex Jelly.
The hard work and dedication of more than 50 adult learners was rewarded when they collected their certificates at the town hall on February 10.
A driver hit a cyclist in Upper Holloway this morning.
New data suggests air quality at Islington schools improved between 2016 and 2018 - but three still breached Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) limits.
Did you know that there are around 24,000 coffee shops in the UK and more than 150 in Islington alone? And they're succeeding because demand is growing.
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