A controversial medical firm blasted for labelling a homeless torture survivor not vulnerable and suggesting a cancer patient didn't qualify for priority housing could see its relationship with Islington Council end next year.
The last guests at a pioneering Hornsey Road homeless shelter enjoyed a buffet breakfast before saying goodbye to the site and moving onto new accommodation this morning - but organisers say "this is just the beginning".
Jeremy Corbyn is a busy man. But, away from the tumult of Brexit and his quest to dethrone Theresa May and implement a socialist government, the Labour leader squeezed in a constituency chat with the Gazette. For half-an-hour he dropped matters of state to talk about the issues facing people on the streets and estates of Islington North, which he has represented as MP since 1983.
A £40million "slippage" has contributed to the council's major housebuilding project being flagged as a "principal risk" for the coming year - but Brexit is straight in at number one on the list of concerns.
We look back at the last 12 months to bring you the highlights and lowlights of Islington's year. Tragedies, celebrations, planning battles, Arsene Wenger's resignation - 2018 has seen it all, and so have we (well, most of it).