Construction has started on a store fit out for a new Lidl supermarket in Holloway Road that should be open by winter.
An Islington man who was detained on death row in his native Ethiopia for four years is spending his first Christmas of freedom with his family since the ordeal.
Hortensia Celis moved to London from Mexico 30 years ago and has lived in Holloway for 26 years. She’s now decided to turn her passion for food into a business by opening an authentic Mexican store.
A restored century-old cart was the centrepiece of an anniversary trek by the 5th Islington Scout Group on Sunday morning.
Islington’s Labour machine has another challenger. Nikki Uppal, the Women’s Equality Party’s sole candidate in May’s local elections, tells the Gazette that the borough needs more ‘political diversity’.
The two police officers driving the cars chasing Lewis Johnson before he crashed his Vespa and died in Clapton Common will not face charges, the Gazette can reveal.
Believe it or not, it’s a year since the town hall and the Gazette asked you to nominate Islington’s biggest community champions for the 2017 civic awards.
More than 500 people have backed the council’s demand that half of the homes built on the Holloway Prison site should be “genuinely affordable”.
It’s good, though not dreadfully surprising, that Islington Council has won backing for its Holloway Prison plan.
School’s out for Brian Bench – after 36 years.
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