Highbury Fields School and Central Foundation Boys’ School are leading the way for Islington in the national Progress 8 performance charts.
Islington’s courts were being filled with cases of lazy people “borrowing” cars without the owner’s consent.
Whittington Hospital was turning pregnant women away as its maternity ward couldn’t cope with a north London baby boom.
It’s the 10th anniversary of Ben Kinsella’s senseless murder on June 29. The anti-knife crime trust set up in his name is marking the tragedy with a 10k walk in his memory.
Central Foundation Boys’ School has been recognised as the best performing school for progress in the borough.
Whines and Spirits, a comedy drama written by Annie Burkin and starring Gary Hailes, follows a flamboyant clairvoyant whose evening goes awry when a divorced, deceased, bickering couple refuse to leave.
Islington’s fire boss is campaigning for a more diverse fire brigade.
Islington Admiral have honoured the memory of two former players who died in tragic circumstances by displaying their names on the Under-16s’ new kit.
For 40 years, Quality Fish Bar has been a staple of Finsbury Park. Owner Tony Harmanda tells James Morris: ‘I wish I could’ve frozen the things I’ve seen...’
Archway student Klaudia Mitiajew guided Islington to a bronze medal on their first appearance at the London Youth Games finals since 2003.
A Holloway special school will become an academy despite opposition from teachers and staff.
Sprinter Shania Umah was Islington’s star performer as she collected two medals in the London Schools Championships at Battersea Park.
There aren’t too many boys who grow up in north London and go to university in rugby union’s heartland – and then become rugby league internationals.
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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