Nando's has been fined more than £700 for dumping rubbish outside its Upper Street eatery.
Grassroots women's football clubs are being denied access to primetime training spaces on Islington pitches by a system they say favours block booking by better-established men's teams.
CCTV has captured the moment an opportunistic thief stole a teenagers bike after it was left outside a Liverpool Road shop for 50 seconds.
Laura Bessell would never have considered running a half marathon until she became the treasurer of Women and Children First a year ago.
The mother of a child with ADHD who was suspended 13 times last year has slammed Islington Council for frustrating his move to a special needs school.
A Muswell Hill charity is working with the Whittington Hospital to improve the how young people with autism experience healthcare.
The community enjoyed an "amazing" array of inter-generational activities at Gillespie Park Apple Day on Sunday.
Islington Council's two new smart cameras will help it enforce weight restrictions and clamp down on HGVs cutting through residential roads.
Plans to open a posh restaurant with a "Victorian/colonial vibe" in a historic Clerkenwell building have gone down a storm with neighbours.
A Holloway man has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice, after Erik San-Filippo was found dead in a bin in May.
An investigation by health chiefs has found that accidentally connecting a patient to medical air rather than oxygen did not contribute to their death.
Islington climate rebels were among thousands occupying the "burning earth" site in Trafalgar Square yesterday.
Ambler Primary School is raising money to help people affected by devastating flooding in Finsbury Park on Monday.
The UK's first hijab-wearing mayor says Islington Council disappointed its Muslim community by failing to organise an Eid celebration this year.
Emily Thornberry says the Brexit saga is a "total mess" and she can "see the argument" for having a referendum ahead of an election.
Misogynists harassing lone mothers and parents opposing an LGBTQ+ inclusive curriculum are issues Islington must address, anti-hate crime campaigners said on Friday.
A programme to tackle educational inequality at an Archway primary school has been lauded by Sadiq Khan.
Do we have a homeless problem or a problem with homeless people? An event at Union Chapel will ask just that, as well as screening a documentary about the making of a shelter and putting on performances from the Museum of Homelessness.
M. Manze's traditional pie and mash treats are returning to Islington - six-months after the historic Chapel Market store closed.
An independent walking club marked its centenary this week by unveiling a waymark in Caledonian Park in a nod to the area's cattle market heritage.
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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