A Seven Sisters Road bar could be closed down at the request of police who say there are "appalling levels of violence" at the tiny venue.


A popular pre-match drinking venue for Arsenal fans is facing a battle to secure its licence - because it shouldn't be operating as a bar on matchdays.


An education expert who walked from Cambridge to London in support of a brain injury charity stopped off to meet Arsenal legend Tony Adams at the Emirates.

Yesterday, 17:45

The mother of a severely autistic Holloway man is leading a national campaign against the detention and abuse of people in private care "institutions".

Yesterday, 16:42

It's finally over. Three years of nightmare journeys on the Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground line should be done with after regular service resumed today.

Yesterday, 15:02

A young mother-of-four who gave up her Clerkenwell council flat while heavily pregnant to care for her cancer-stricken grandmother is still fighting the council over plans to evict her.

Yesterday, 10:56

Two groups of Arsenal fans had a punch up on the Tube after their team's 4-1 drubbing at the hands of Chelsea in the Europa League final.

Yesterday, 10:15

A chiropodist wants to build a five-storey block of luxury flats above her Newington Green business to "frustrate" council plans to build 45 homes, neighbours claim.

Yesterday, 09:39

The three most senior staff members at a Central Street charity have been handed a 20 per cent pay increase, it can be revealed.



Arsenal youngster Reiss Nelson scored in his first game at the European Under-21 championships as England drew 3-3 with Croatia, writes Joshua Bunting.


Arsenal's Leah Williamson made her Women's World Cup debut as England ran out 3-0 winners over Cameroon in the last 16 in France, writes Joshua Bunting.

Yesterday, 16:30

Arsenal Women will face Barcelona Femeni in a pre-season friendly at Meadow Park, the club has announced.

Yesterday, 16:00

Arsenal have confirmed that the highly anticipated launch of their new kits for the 2019/20 season will take place on Monday, July 1.

Saturday, June 22, 2019

British pole vault champion Holly Bradshaw believes that this year's edition of the Müller Anniversary Games could be the most competitive yet.

Friday, June 21, 2019

With 56 clubs involved and a brand new website underway, now is the time to join the Barnet Sunday League

Friday, June 21, 2019

Arsenal's busy pre-season schedule starts on July 6 with a trip to Boreham Wood. Islington Gazette Arsenal reporter Dan Mountney has picked out five players who must impress Unai Emery before the start of the season.

Friday, June 21, 2019

Three of Arsenal Women's stars were knockout of the Women's World Cup following the final round of group games. Who made the last-16 and who is going home?

Friday, June 21, 2019

The Tivoli Road club are fourth in the table, but only nine points off leaders Brondesbury



A supper club offering "the chance to enjoy a slice of social dining: Spanish style" is stopping off at Culpeper Community Garden this Sunday, and tickets are only £5.

As England's women reach the quarter finals of the championship there's a timely group show of football-based artworks in an Archway exhibition space.

Film review: Toy Story 4

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Woody and Buzz's fourth outing offers much of the same laughs as the previous films, but it's done with heart and dignity.

One of George Orwell's favourite boozers has been given an understated makeover and installed some serious chef talent

Flawed but incendiary study of an immigrant family in 60s New York peaks too soon but is effective when its conflicts come together

At first, you don't actually notice. Here is a portrait of a young man: he's 18, maybe 19-years-old. It's a simple yet striking photo, where the subject - dressed in a black t-shirt with cropped, dark hair - stares back at a lens through brown eyes. There is a tinge of sadness to it, nothing more than that, but then you see his left arm.

Staff at Union Chapel have begun trawling through an array of archive material dating back to the building's 19th century origins, also featuring plenty of signed posters, scribbled notes and ticket stubs from concerts which took place in the years since 1992.

Far more than a green polemic, this Frankenstein of a play is a glorious absurdist blend of stand-up, drama, dance/disco radio and mime.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason comes to Prior Weston Primary School this Friday (June 14) as he seeks to inspire the next generation of classical musicians.

This weekend's Elixir Extracts Festival is a celebration of lifelong creativity taking place at Sadler's Wells: the theatre on Rosebery Avenue devoted to dance in all its forms.

Next month, Head Held High will run a free comedy programme for young people in Islington.

My epic surf moments are sadly few and far between, but there's something about being faced with either ducking under or trying to catch a wave that's meditative, exhilarating and fun - and that floaty feeling when you do catch one defies description.

The sixth Stroud Green Festival is a celebration of women and women composers which gets underway on Friday (June 7) and runs until June 23.

Glaswegian gal goes solo on hook-laden third record, trying out new sounds along the way.

The devil (or perhaps God herself) is in the detail when it comes to Saint Etienne, so hearing Tiger Bay given a unique live outing with its original orchestral score reinstated feels very on brand.

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