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Every woman at some point in their life has met (or been) a “bathroom girl”. The “bathroom girl” is the girl you meet among the toilet stalls on a night out - usually when you’re quite drunk - with...
For many, old age is an opportunity to sit down and put their feet up. But 73-year-old Sheila Field sees her senior years as an opportunity to campaign for human rights. The grandmother spent Wednesday outside Highbury & Islington...
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Not on the weekend though. That’s when brunch takes the spotlight, and Islington is not short on fantastic places for the occasion. Whether you're an N1 resident, or...
Finding the greenery in Islington, London’s least green borough, Jane Parker leads walking tours to reacquaint locals with their surroundings.
Islington is home to some of the best kebab houses in London. We've narrowed the choice down to 6 of the best cheap-eat kebabs in the borough.
Clifford Farrell OBE of Paradise Passion Cliff was appointed an OBE by the Queen for saving lives in his native country of Montserrat following the volcanic eruption in 1997. He was working as a firefighter on upper street before...
Islington Council’s bid to become London’s first Borough of Culture reached its final stages on Wednesday night as the council looks to secure more than £1m of funding to stage a programme of cultural events and initiatives in 2019. Outstanding cultural initiatives The...
A Chapel Market fruit and vegetable seller and a Whitecross Street food vendor have been chosen by the public as the Islington Market Traders of the Year. Dave Jackson, a trader on Chapel Market for more than 45 years, and...