Two Islington Council apprentices have been named as some of the best in London.
Campaigners are fighting to block what will be one of the biggest incinerators in Europe from being built in north London. They tell Emma Bartholomew it will lock us into decades of low recycling rates, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions
Food banks for stray cats are on the way in Islington after a small animal charity was given funding to expand its work.
Six months ago Debbie Thomas saw a poster for Slimming World and decided to give it a go.
Transport chiefs are at last consulting on a “missing link” portion of Cycle Superhighway 1 that will connect Hackney to Islington along Balls Pond Road.
A provider for vulnerable young people has pocketed more than £1m from councils including Islington despite running an unregulated facility for at least seven years.
His name was Callum, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.
I’m torn over the low-level outcry that greeted Islington Council’s decision to broker a deal with Wireless Festival, and withdraw its formal submission to the licensing review.
The UK’s first scheme banning the dirtiest vehicles from roads will be rolled out across areas of Shoreditch and Old Street in 10 days’ time.
Homeless and vulnerable people will be offered health checks at a festival in Finsbury Park next month.
Hackney Council has urged Transport for London to scrap a series of “unacceptable” cuts to bus services that would see the 48 shelved completely and several others scaled back.
The 48 could be cancelled and a string of other Hackney and Islington bus routes slashed in length and frequency under radical secret plans.
Extra security in Hackney’s streets over the Wireless weekend left Islington’s Finsbury Park community having to contend with hundreds of drunk, noisy festivalgoers, the council has said.
A four-year standoff over a 100-yard stretch of road will finally end when a missing piece of Cycle Superhighway 1 is built – in spring 2019.
Today (Thu) is the 70th anniversary of the founding of the NHS. It is one of the UK’s proudest achievements and, I am pleased to add, was made possible by a Labour government, writes Cllr Osh Gantly.
Smart meters are here for prepay customers – meaning it’s even easier to top up from the comfort of your home.
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