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Contractor Ryhurst's fight for £14m in damages after Whittington Hospital bosses ditched plans to hire it for an estates contract "flies in the face of normal commercial practice and common sense", the High Court heard on Tuesday.

An inclusive theatre company dedicated to opening up the performing arts to children of all abilities and backgrounds turned 15 last month.

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 son of a woman who was killed in a flat fire in Finsbury Park in October has been charged with her murder.

A drunken thug who fatally wounded a "visibly frail" man in Camden Road pleaded guilty to his manslaughter at Wood Green Crown Court yesterday,

The NHS mental health trust in Islington has been recognised by the Ministry of Defence for its work supporting the armed forces community.

The London Parentcast is for parents in the capital seeking that elusive work-life balance

A headteachers' union urged candidates in Jeremy Corbyn's long-held Islington constituency to focus on education rather than Brexit last week.

Crime & Court

15:14

Contractor Ryhurst's fight for £14m in damages after Whittington Hospital bosses ditched plans to hire it for an estates contract "flies in the face of normal commercial practice and common sense", the High Court heard on Tuesday.

07:39

The son of a woman who was killed in a flat fire in Finsbury Park in October has been charged with her murder.

Yesterday, 16:28

A drunken thug who fatally wounded a "visibly frail" man in Camden Road pleaded guilty to his manslaughter at Wood Green Crown Court yesterday,

Health

15:14

Contractor Ryhurst's fight for £14m in damages after Whittington Hospital bosses ditched plans to hire it for an estates contract "flies in the face of normal commercial practice and common sense", the High Court heard on Tuesday.

An inclusive theatre company dedicated to opening up the performing arts to children of all abilities and backgrounds turned 15 last month.

Yesterday, 13:26

The NHS mental health trust in Islington has been recognised by the Ministry of Defence for its work supporting the armed forces community.

Environment

Thursday, December 5, 2019

A family-run Caledonian Road business has launched an on-demand service it calls the "Uber for dry cleaning".

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Islington Council has announced plans to keep the road running through Highbury Fields closed, pending a consultation after the election.

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Campaigners are calling on Islington Council to cease the "slaughter" of trees in Highbury Corner.

Politics

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Islington South & Finsbury election hopefuls traded verbal blows over Brexit and the climate emergency on Tuesday night.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Nominations are now open for the 2020 Mayor's Civic Awards, which honour the unsung heroes making a difference in their communities.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Islington South & Finsbury election candidates will debate at St Mary's Church in Upper Street on Tuesday.

Education

An inclusive theatre company dedicated to opening up the performing arts to children of all abilities and backgrounds turned 15 last month.

Yesterday, 11:29

A headteachers' union urged candidates in Jeremy Corbyn's long-held Islington constituency to focus on education rather than Brexit last week.

Monday, November 25, 2019

Staff members at City, University of London today started an eight-day walkout over pay, equality, casual contracts and rising workloads.

Heritage

Monday, December 2, 2019

Writer Caitlin Davies had forgotten about the baths where she swam as a young girl. That is until she went past it on the 91 bus and saw its iconic neon sign. Here, she recounts the history of the famous venue where some of the Victorian era's most famous swimmers performed

Saturday, November 23, 2019

The first trial for LSD manufacture was held 50 years ago, after a small pharmacy in New North Road was raided by the police. Christy Lawrance, the former editor of the Journal of the Islington Archaeology and History Society, follows the case

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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.

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