The rhetoric of "dangerous bigot Donald Trump" and his "enabler" Boris Johnson may have contributed to Islington's rise in racist offences, claims the borough's crime chief.
Arsenal FC snubbed Islington's only brewery in the tendering process for its new official taphouse partner - and instead picked a Kentish Town firm owned by a multinational drinks giant.
A man was shot in his back in Upper Holloway in the early hours of this morning.
Emily Thornberry is "recovering in hospital" after a vehicle knocked her off her bike as she left Parliament this afternoon.
A Holloway man is among members of an organised crime gang jailed for 30 years for dealing cocaine to City workers.
Islington Council has chosen its preferred candidate to take to be the borough's new chief executive - a decision set to be confirmed on Thursday.
The Green Party transport spokesperson believes electric scooters are "potentially part of the post-car picture" - but argues they urgently need to be regulated first.
Homerton drill rapper Unknown T has appeared in court charged with murdering Steven Narvaez-Jara at a New Year's party in Old Street.
Canonbury Primary School is lobbying Islington Council to "combat traffic chaos and pollution" caused by Highbury Corner by widening pavements and installing fixed cycle lanes.
Islington's highest ranking police officer is "acutely conscious" of the violent crime wave gripping Finsbury Park and has pledged do something about it.
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.
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.
Extinction Rebellion's Rebel Street Party took Islington by storm - with protesters staging a "death sleep" outside the Shell garage in Upper Street.
Primary school pupils across Islington were taught about knife crime, victim support and stranger danger as part of a safety scheme led by local police.
A Holloway councillor will raise the blight of knife crime in Islington when she attends an international peace charities summit in Switzerland today (Thu) until Sunday.
When a tonne of "buzz bomb" TNT exploded on Highbury Corner it fatally injured a young mum - but she managed to push her baby daughter to safety.
Islington's soldiers, veterans and cadets were honoured through a range of events last week.
Current and former students of an Archway secondary school chatted about their shared experiences at a party to celebrate its 140th birthday last week.
World Refugee Day was commemorated last month on June 20, and across the world people came together to recognise the courage and resilience of refugees.
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