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The opening of a forgotten 400-seat underground theatre beneath Islington Green has been thrown into doubt once again.

A troubled student who was excluded from school aged 12 is now enjoying life on a university course at Ealing Studios.

An architect has won his long-running battle with Islington Council after a planning inspector overturned an order to demolish his award-winning block in Clerkenwell.

What better way to celebrate your pub's 10th birthday than by throwing a street party?

A man was injured in a fight near the Stroud Green Road Tesco on Thursday afternoon.

A publisher linked to an Italian far-right group had a book launch cancelled at the last minute by London Metropolitan University.

A heartless conman exploited his mother's murder to fleece friends in the Arsenal community out of their life savings.

Three men were stabbed and another nearly lost his finger during a huge fight in Finsbury Square last night.

Landlords in Finsbury Park could be forced to get licensed because it has the highest number of complaints from renters in Islington.

An Islington child abuse survivor has been left unable to access support services set up by the council two years ago - because she cannot secure care for her severely disabled son.

A mother has made a desperate plea for the return of her daughter's teddy bear after the family heirloom was left in a Shoreditch nightclub.

Air quality will audits will begin at more Islington schools as the council aims to protect children's health.

The mother of a man who died falling from the Archway Bridge is "ecstatic" that security measures have finally been installed after 18 years.

A young mother-of-four has won the right to live in her late grandmother's Canonbury home after a two-year battle with Islington Council.

The man whose body was found in a wheelie bin behind the Holloway Waitrose died of a drug overdose, police have said.

The man behind - or rather inside - Zippy from Rainbow launched his autobiography last night at the Islington theatre that gave him his big break.

Fresh plans for a major new development in Archway have been revealed - two years after the project was criticised by neighbours over its scale.

Young and old came together to celebrate the borough and its community last week at the first ever Celebrate Islington festival.

Managers who spent years fighting to save a vital children's centre in Highbury Fields were told this morning the organisation would likely be left homeless.

Algeria fans took over Blackstock Road on Friday night after watching their national team win the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 1990.

The campaigner who wrote a book detailing the history of Finsbury Park is to update it to mark its 150th birthday.

A Holloway man is among members of an organised crime gang jailed for 30 years for dealing cocaine to City workers.

The chair of Islington's stop and search monitoring group has urged youngsters to get involved in holding police to account for their actions.

Youngsters will be able to try their hand at 20 different sports and activities in Highbury Fields as Go Islington returns for a seventh year.

Islington Council will not be sharing personal data of rough sleepers with the Home Office - and has asked its partners not to participate in the latest "hostile environment" policy either.

Two Homerton men - including drill rapper Unknown T - have been charged with the murder of Steven Narvaez-Jara at an Old Street house party on New Year's Day 2018.

The NHS trust that runs the Whittington Hospital has named its new chair following the resignation of former Islington Council leader Steve Hitchins.

Early intervention work is helping keep Islington youngsters away from the justice system, new figures show.

A day of creative fun took place when the Barnsbury community turned out for a care home open day.

An award-winning community stalwart who had a plaque made in honour of his tireless work on the New Orleans Estate has died aged 91.

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