The large archway, Edwardian-Baroque facade and distinctive bullseye windows make 44-45 Newington Green one of the square’s most recognisable buildings.
Cumberland Netball Club dug deep to claim a 65-61 win over Birmingham club Linden in their latest Premier League outing at the weekend.
Cumberland Netball club have gone back to their winning ways with a hard-fought win against Essex Open, bouncing back after a loss to top of the table Hucclecote last week.
A man was reportedly stabbed by a moped rider in Finsbury’s Brunswick Estate on Tuesday night.
City University student Cheriece Hylton wants to do her country proud at the Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.
City University students showed their support for striking lecturers by staging a sit-in protest this week.
City University students are demanding that their tuition fees are reimbursed as lecturers’ strikes enter a second week.
Plans to hold an immersive theatre show in Finsbury have led to dozens of protest letters from neighbours who say it represents a “full-on onslaught to the residential area”.
It’s no wonder composer Jo Thomas was chosen as a face of Islington’s London Borough of Culture bid. She discusses her artistic flair with the Gazette.
The increasing number of tall buildings in Finsbury is turning it into Canary Wharf, according to campaigners fighting plans for another swanky new development.
Cumberland Netball Club has been celebrating after winning England Netball’s outstanding club of the year award.
The man who invented “the single most important contribution to the Industrial Revolution” has been honoured with a blue heritage plaque.
In a weekly feature, we profile a fascinating company doing business here in Islington. This week it is Twipes: an environmentally friendly wet wipes start-up which has won Sadiq Khan’s approval.
As Chinese New Year festivities begin on Saturday, the Gazette speaks to Dr Stephen Ng, CEO of the award-winning Islington Chinese Association.
Everyone hates going to the dentist. Most of us avoid it like the plague. So two City University students have come up with a way of checking on your dental hygiene from the comfort of your own home.
City University student Jindarat Srisuk caused quite a stir at the recent “Made @ City” event with her start-up Nymodig London, which combines a purse and a carrier bag into one!
University students are regularly stereotyped as lazy, with no feel for the area they work – and play – in. Ben Robinson, community volunteering officer at City University in Finsbury, has other ideas.
You never know where the next innovative start-up idea is going to spring up from.
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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