A domestic abuse charity is appealing for donations ahead of what it predicts will be a record number of calls this Christmas.
Struggling traders in Fonthill Road are furious after being hit with unexpected bills for having tables, chairs and clothes rails on the pavement.
The NHS mental health trust in Islington has been recognised by the Ministry of Defence for its work supporting the armed forces community.
A musical prodigy from Archway has become on of the youngest members of the National Youth Orchestra at just 14.
A campaign has been launched to raise £50,000 for repairs and upgrades to the flood-hit Marx Memorial Library in Clerkenwell Green.
Firefighters are urging people to make sure they put out their cigarettes properly after a flat fire in Holloway.
Planned cuts to mental health supported housing services will strip away vital care for some of the most vulnerable people in Camden and Islington, according to a health expert.
A family-run Caledonian Road business has launched an on-demand service it calls the "Uber for dry cleaning".
As temperatures start to plummet, an initiative offering warm clothing to homeless people and rough sleepers will return to Exmouth Market tomorrow.
A dangerous crossing at a Holloway Road junction will be made safer after a 15-year campaign, transport bosses have confirmed.
Fresh plans for a £150million development in Archway have been revealed - after being revised for a third time in as many years.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Mayor's Civic Awards, which honour the unsung heroes making a difference in their communities.
Youngsters from a Holloway school got on the Emirates pitch at half-time during the Arsenal vs Southampton game to promote daily exercise- and some may argue they should have stayed on for the second half.
The team behind a Winter Toy Appeal are pleading for more donations of gifts to give to children experiencing extreme poverty.
A businesswoman who opened a boutique selling her hand-crafted Black dolls has been awarded funding to help expand after attracting interest from around the world.
Staff members at City, University of London today started an eight-day walkout over pay, equality, casual contracts and rising workloads.
Islington Council is looking to expand its trial of the innovative Housing First model as part of a redesign of its supported housing service for vulnerable people.
A homeless man with severe mental health issues was failed by three councils who neglected their legal duties to support him before he died, a safeguarding review has found.
Security staff at Arsenal have taken part in the Home Office approved Prevent training programme, where they learnt to spot far right threats on matchdays.
Islington Conservatives will not contest the council by-election next month in St George's ward.
Homebuilding may be at a 30-year high, but experts say a rise in the number of long-term empty properties shows the wrong kind of housing is being built.
Detectives investigating a series of sexual assaults on buses in north and east London have issued a fresh CCTV image of a man they want to speak to.
Young men with concerns about stop and search tactics are being offered one-to-one meetings teaching them about their rights.
A man is in critical condition after being stabbed in Stroud Green in the early hours of this morning.
Police in Islington are appealing for help in tracking down a vulnerable missing man named Francis Leach.
Police and the council last week evicted someone who was persistently causing anti-social behaviour in his community.
Neighbours say they are fed up after enduring "years of suffering" thanks to constant anti-social behaviour at the top of Upper Street.
Jeremy Corbyn laughed off the " north Islington elite" tag as he launched his 10th election campaign at a Crouch Hill community centre.
You wouldn't know it walking past today, but in the early 1980s 225 Seven Sisters Road was the centre of the UK's emerging Black-Art scene.
The Islington Labour party has announced community campaigner Gulcin Ozdemir will stand in the St George's ward by-election next month.
Prepare for summer with these suggested purchases from the new M&S Foodhall in Archway
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