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A pizza restaurant is honouring local heroes who have gone above and beyond the call of duty during the coronavirus lockdown with a year’s supply of free pizza.

A homeless outreach group has taken its coronavirus support international by buying aid parcels for people in remote parts of India living in extreme poverty.

Police have released E-fits of two men they want to speak after a man was conned into handing over more than £100,000 of life savings – and say they could have scammed others in north London.

Older people being supported by an Islington charity during the coronavirus lockdown have shared their stories and thanked the heroic volunteers for their work.

A nurse fighting coronavirus had the bike she uses to get to work stolen while she popped into Waitrose in Holloway Road after her shift.

A top Islington comedy club that has hosted the likes of Eddie Izzard, Mae Martin and Nish Kumar says it won’t survive the coronavirus pandemic without support from the community.

Seven north London have reaffirmed their support for a new waste incinerator in Edmonton after calls from Extinction Rebellion for the project to be paused over soaring costs.

The first coronavirus patient to be discharged from Homerton Hospital after leaving intensive care has thanked NHS staff for saving her life and says she cannot wait to see her family.

A fundraiser has been launched to support members of the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities who have lost loved ones to coronavirus.

Licensing issues causing the recent setback in the reopening of the Archway Tavern could be resolved next week – freeing it up to open once lockdown ends.

Islington and Camden’s cemeteries are to reopen with social distancing measures following a council U-turn.

A charity that has had to scrap its 50th birthday celebrations has had some welcome news after being nominated for a top UK award.

Vans with loudspeakers were out in Haringey’s parks over the bank holiday weekend telling people to “go home” if they were not exercising.

A teenager has been charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition after police stopped two vehicles in Blackstock Road on Tuesday.

Ten vehicles with hidden compartments built in were seized by specialist police officers on Wednesday following months of work targeting drug dealing in Islington.

A gun and ammunition have been seized by armed police who stopped two cars in Blackstock Road, Finsbury Park, on Tuesday.

Police and council officers have been out in Blackstock Road to enforce social distancing after complaints groups of people were ignoring the guidelines.

The government has been urged to take advantage of more than 100,000 homes in the capital that could be lying empty to house frontline workers tackling coronavirus.

Roads were closed around Newington Green on Monday night after a crash involving two buses.

Youngsters from across the world have responded to an Islington youth theatre’s Coronavirus Time Capsule project in which they provide a record of the pandemic from their perspective.

Tributes have been paid to bus drivers who have died after testing positive for coronavirus.

Thousands of casual workers at some of the country’s biggest football stadiums have been told they are not being paid during the coronavirus pandemic.

Iconic music venue the Union Chapel may be closed, but it’s still doing it’s bit to help the community.

Youth work is a vital tool used to support teenagers whether they are vulnerable, at risk of going down the wrong path or simply need help with homework.

A new online tool has been launched to help communities find out which small businesses are providing vital supplies in their area during the coronavirus lockdown.

A&E workers at the Whittington Hospital were brought to tears by the outpouring of support across the UK on Thursday night – and have now responded with their own message.

A Chapel Market cafe owner forced to close his business due to coronavirus is instead preparing free food for NHS staff and other frontline workers.

An iconic King’s Cross comedy club is selling “pay it forward” gift vouchers that can be cashed in for future shows.

Volunteers have signed up to form the Islington People’s Army to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak.

A family was left in disbelief after a woman was caught on camera walking up to their front door and stealing their potted plants in the dead of night.

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