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.
A laundrette in Islington is providing free cleaning services for people in self isolation and cleaning scrubs for NHS workers.
The top cop in Islington and Camden has told the “supposedly mature adults” ignoring social distancing guidelines to start listening so his officers don’t have to waste their time dishing out fines.
Sculptures have been unveiled at a luxury development in City Road to commemorate the site’s heritage on the Regent’s Canal.
A charity that supports over 50s from LGBTQ+ communities has launched an emergency crowdfunder so it can train volunteers to use its telefriending service during the coronavirus pandemic.
A writing group set up to support isolated elderly people on an Archway estate is adjusting to life in the lockdown age.
A Hackney born pizza restaurant is now operating a takeaway and delivery service only due to the coronavirus crisis – and if you work for the NHS you get up to half off your order.
Islington’s council leader says parks in the borough will be closed if people do not act responsibly and keep a safe distance from each other.
Businesses in railway arches owned by The Arch Company can defer their rent if they are hit hard by the coronavirus crisis – but traders say the support offered is “nowhere near good enough”.
A leading older people’s charity has set up a check-in service after an increase in calls from users wondering how they will access food and supplies during the coronavirus outbreak.
The life and work of award-winning Highbury author Andrea Levy was celebrated with a plaque unveiling at her childhood home on Saturday.
Hundreds of community support groups have been launched across the country as neighbours offer support to one another during the coronavirus outbreak.
Neighbours in Highbury are urging the council to take inspiration from New York’s High Line and save a green space that forms part of the New River Walk.
Islington’s iconic King’s Head Theatre has been awarded £800,000 by Sadiq Khan to help with its move to a state-of-the art space in Upper Street’s Islington Square development.
An Archway secondary school has reassured parents and carers there is nothing to worry about after asking a member of staff to self-isolate.
Older people with mobility issues will soon be able to call on a free taxi service – that uses electric-assisted bikes.
Volunteers from a homeless outreach group spent Sunday giving out packs containing tissues, soap and coronavirus health advice to people sleeping rough in Finsbury Park.
A serving Met officer has been arrested in north London on suspicion of being a member of a right-wing terrorist organisation.
The platforms at Essex Road station are being spruced up – and the old tiles have been replaced.
Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds will be given a route into the music industry in a project run by The Prince’s Trust and Tileyard recording studios.
A collaborative project is aiming to improve mental health in young people by ensuring trusts across the region co-ordinate their care provision.
An Old Street school says none of the students self-isolating after returning from a ski trip to northern Italy have yet tested positive for coronavirus.
A traffic measure in Canonbury that has brought in hundreds of thousands of pounds in fines was ruled to have inadequate signage because it didn’t display the width restriction in metric.
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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