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Two coffee addicts who were "revolted" at the amount of takeaway cups being binned on a daily basis have come up with a loan scheme - and are trialing it in Exmouth Market cafes.

CCTV has captured the moment an opportunistic thief stole a teenagers bike after it was left outside a Liverpool Road shop for 50 seconds.

Plans to open a posh restaurant with a "Victorian/colonial vibe" in a historic Clerkenwell building have gone down a storm with neighbours.

I've always been a bit suspicious of calzones.

A Red Cross volunteer found herself responding to a real-life crisis after a training exercise was scrapped and she was drafted in to help at the Finsbury Park flooding.

Three men have been charged with causing actual bodily harm (ABH) and affray after an attack on journalist and left-wing activist Owen Jones outside The Lexington pub in Pentonville Road.

An investigation by health chiefs has found that accidentally connecting a patient to medical air rather than oxygen did not contribute to their death.

As a huge clean-up operation gets underway following the devastating Finsbury Park flooding, some homes are still without water 24 hours on.

A young father has been found guilty of attempted murder after repeatedly stabbing a woman while his children slept in the next room.

A burst pipe has left streets around Finsbury Park under water, with people having to be rescued from their flooded homes by firefighters.

Plans to redevelop Whittington Hospital's old Waterlow Building and replace it with a temporary educational facility will go before councillors next week.

A programme to tackle educational inequality at an Archway primary school has been lauded by Sadiq Khan.

Children raised a huge £10,000 for their school with a 2km run alongside teachers and parents.

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of GBH after a man was seriously injured in an attack outside The White Swan pub in Upper Street.

Only three of the 29 London police stations due to be "disposed of" to raise funds after closing to the public two years ago have been sold, the Gazette can reveal.

Council chiefs were joined by Sadiq Khan at Highbury Corner to officially unveil the new junction and public space.

A mother-of-five was told her Newington Green house was moments away from being blown up after work to replace her cooker caused a gas leak.

Pizza and pasta - is there a better food pairing?

Transport police want to speak to this man after someone spat in the face of an officer at Archway Tube station.

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Alexander Sloley from Islington 11 years ago have released an e-fit showing how he might look now.

An apprentice who became a "crucial" part of a construction team helping build council homes in Islington has won a top award for his efforts.

Police have carried out an operation in Archway this afternoon looking for a suspect with an outstanding warrant on their name.

Heartless vandals destroyed a much-loved community garden in Hornsey Rise on Monday evening.

The new entrance to Finsbury Park station is set to open at long last - three-and-a-half years after the closure of Wells Terrace.

Housing campaigners will hold a meeting next week over the future of the Holloway Prison site in Islington.

Fresh plans have been submitted for the new entrance to Old Street Tube station after the last idea was roundly panned.

A pile of debris lay outside Newington Green chicken shop this morning, after a fire ravaged the takeaway in the early hours.

A charity that works to reduce poverty in Islington has struck up a new partnership that will benefit it to the tune of £90,000.

Plans are in place to finish building a Holloway church 150 years after a lack of cash halted its construction - but not everyone is happy with the idea.

London may be in the grip of a housing crisis, but it has more than 67,000 homes with no permanent residents, according to government figures.

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