An Old Street pub has donated £400 to St Luke’s Community Centre so it can invest in an inclusive ball game.
A pensioner with critical health problems was “bed blocked” for 11 days when he needed to be at a Hampstead dialysis unit – and, in a “catastrophic mix up”, nearly had a pacemaker fitted he didn’t need.
The mother of a murdered Canonbury man compared the justice system to “a snakes and ladders game”, after the inquest into her son’s death due to take place this morning was delayed.
An imam who asked people not to hurt a far-right terrorist after he ploughed his car into worshippers in Finsbury Park has been commended for his bravery in the New Year’s Honours list.
An Islington library boss is to be awarded the British Empire Medal in recognition of nearly 40 years spent working in the community.
Islington Law Centre has been awarded nearly £200,000 to fund its increasingly growing workload helping Universal Credit claimants.
Youth councillors met with Islington chiefs to discuss the main issues facing young people in the borough on Monday.
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.
A union rep has lambasted the “heartless” Mothercare chain for the planned closure of its Holloway Road branch which leaves staff faced with redundancy or relocation.
After an eleven week battle a Higbury man was finally paid all his benefits on yesterday – and he thanked the local press for raising the profile of his case.
Islington Council has stopped a famous jazz musician accused of antisemitism from performing on the basis it “might harm” relationships with the borough’s Jewish community.
A 76-year-old minicab driver who had a heart attack at the wheel in King’s Cross embraced the man who saved his life yesterday.
Islington passed a motion of no confidence in the government’s flagship social welfare reform last night.
Councillors met with pupils from a Finsbury primary school to celebrate a commitment to resettle 100 asylum-seeking children over the next 10 years.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing Islington mother.
A Tufnell Park priest wants to open her church up to the community – and she’s fighting for more social housing in Islington.
A Highbury writer has “smashed barriers” to become the best read artist on an online poetry site.
Readers can now nominate Islington’s most inspirational adults and young people for the Mayor’s Civic Award and Ben Kinsella Award.
Older people living in Islington can now apply for an “afternoon of food, fun and joy” at the Christmas feast on December 12.
An Archway mum was “horrified” to find an extremist Christian leaflet stuck to her door at Halloween – and a local vicar has condemned its contents as “disgusting” and misrepresentative of the faith.
There’s just two weeks left to vote in Islington’s Market Trader of the Year competition.
The community celebrated “sustainability” and British apples in Gillespie Park on Sunday.
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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