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World class musicians will perform at Cadogan Hall to raise money for a Finsbury Park charity supporting torture survivors.

The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 Formula 1 season – with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes top of the pile, plus some exiting developments awaiting in 2019.

Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...

Set in 1988, Dandelion tells the story of two LGBTQ people and their struggle to adapt to an uncertain new world. It opens at King’s Head Theatre this weekend.

Unai Emery has revealed his secret to learning English – the Arsenal head coach watches Peaky Blinders.

After a sold-out debut at Edinburgh Fringe drew a number of glowing reviews, Brexit: The Play crosses the border and heads south for an 18-day run at The Kings Head Theatre from October 30.

His name was Callum, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

This Monday, a pop-up record and book store aiming to ‘explore the positive connection between mental health and the arts’ will open in Stoke Newington for a one week stay.

The Women’s Soccer League kicks off on Sunday with Arsenal hosting Liverpool at Boreham Wood in a match which will be streamed on the BBC and BT Sport. Layth Yousif spoke with Jordan Nobbs ahead of the eagerly-anticipated game.

It’s the use of the definitive article that grabs you when Leah Williamson speaks.

The newly restructured FA Women’s Super League (FA WSL) will kick off an historic season on Sunday (September 9) when it becomes fully professional for the first time.

Although entrepreneur Robel Iyassu’s turn on Dragon’s Den didn’t bag him a big name inverstor, the man behind Boun’s Beans was delighted with the public response.

When A-level results come out on August 16, more than three quarters of students who want to go to university are likely to get into their first choice.

Well-wishers have raised more than £20,000 to support the “extraordinary” Sarah Doone, who lost a leg after being run over by a cement truck on the Old Street roundabout on July 25.

Jeremy Corbyn and Finsbury Park Mosque chairman Mohammed Kozbar have supported this afternoon’s London protests against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK.

Bridget Galton gives a four star review.

Never mind the football, the real World Cup battle is going on off the field.

The 22-year-old thanked the supporters for backing the national team and praised the performance of Gareth Southgate’s side

It’s not supposed to be as comfortable as this.

With the group stage of the World Cup in the books, how much can you remember about the opening round of games?

It’s coming home, they said. It very nearly wasn’t.

As chief reporter at the Islington Gazette when Ben Kinsella was murdered, Meyrem Hussein had a better insight into Islington’s knife crime problem than most. She recalls how Ben’s death caught the attention of the national press – but says too little has changed in the decade since.

Read our World Cup blog over the coming weeks. Lee Power reviews one of the late games on day 13 of the tournament

Gareth Southgate’s promising young England side look ready to make a mark on the world stage and help atone for the disappointments of recent tournaments.

The Spurs forward discussed the key quality instilled in the group since the Three Lions boss took charge of the team

Read our World Cup blog which will be featuring over the coming weeks. Sophie Morton reviews match two on day seven of the tournament.

England’s captain led from the front to score twice and hand Gareth Southgate’s team a win in their World Cup opener

Tottenham striker Harry Kane leads a youthful England squad into the World Cup as captain and feels everyone is ready to meet the challenges head on.

Cllr Claudia Webbe recently tweeted that “the public health benefits of parks and open spaces is clear, writes Anita Frizzarin, Wedmore Gardens, Tufnell Park.

BBC presenter Zeb Soanes launches children’s books series inspired by his close-up encounter with an Islington fox

In news that will surprise no one, London’s two worst affected roads for moped crime are in... Islington.

Anita Grant was ‘horrified’ when BBC research claimed Islington was the worst place for women in the UK. She tells the Gazette what she and her new group, Islington for Women, is doing about it.

It’s been a busy seven days for Arsenal and reporter Layth Yousif. Read on for his review of one of the better weeks of Arsenal’s season.

Current and former football stars attending the event at Battersea Park which raises funds for the charity Willow - founded by Bob Wilson and his wife Megs

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