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Stepping off the plane at Heathrow after a long, hot journey from the United States, Paul Kelly and his wife were ushered into a small, private room by airport staff. Inside, their son Nicholas was waiting to tell them...
Ask anyone who the most successful woman in the global film industry is and they’ll tell you it’s Kathryn Bigelow, winner of this year’s Oscar for Best Director. Ask them to name a second woman; or a third. Anything? Anybody?
Our resident political pundit Tom Brooks-Pollock takes a look at the major issues in Islington running up to the election.
Thousands marched for the hospital, but the NHS is still looking to make cuts. Questions aren't being addressed. But screams for answers about the future of the Whittington are getting louder. "The people on the platform strike me as being on...
DEEP inside the Moscow Institute lie thousands of layers of Lenin's brain. They were dissected and analysed by Soviet scientists in the 1930s who were ordered to discover the source of the revolutionary leader's genius. Unsurprisingly, they deduced that it...
Residents who have benefited the most from the Whittington Hospital's threatened Accident & Emergency department speak out. Is it a facility too vital to lose? "My baby might not have lived" Unaware her baby, Holly, had a life-threatening virus, Maeve Haran took her to the nearby...
The council says there is a one-hundred year waiting list for allotments in Islington. Alexa Phillips and Rhiannon Edwards find out how the lack of free space is forcing residents to find creative solutions in order to grow their...
Business is booming on Lorraine Fox's barge. Alexa Phillips hears why ministers are using her to encourage self-employment. LORRAINE Fox is perched at the entrance to her barge, prepared, in her heavy-duty boilersuit, for whatever the elements have...