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Islington residents have told how delays to repairs by housing association Family Mosaic and its contractors have left them feeling “like my mind is being played with”. Family Mosaic manages 26,000 affordable rented homes and houses around 45,000 people across...
Women are paid “more generously” than men at Islington Council. Surprise figures bucking the national trend, released this week reveal that, on average, women get 12.61 per cent more than men, and bonuses that are 32 per cent higher.. Chairing...
#OldStreet: Old Street roundabout is getting a makeover! Earlier today @IslingtonBC announced the best ideas for the transformation. Check out @tomasdoh's video to see the new looks that impressed the judges most. Which one do you like best? pic.twitter.com/wgZPEhtYZq—...
Islington Council has refused to reveal the location of 44 buildings being investigated over possible Grenfell-style flammable cladding because of the risk posed by arsonists and terrorists. A spokesperson feared that in the “wrong hands” the information would leave...
More than 1600 properties in Islington are owned by companies registered in the world’s most notorious tax havens, Islington Now can exclusively reveal. Analysis of the Land Registry has shown the extent of offshore investment in Islington property, with data...
The closure of Holloway Prison caused significant stress to prisoners, and was a possible factor in the subsequent death of a relocated inmate, a report on its impact has concluded. A study published jointly by the Centre for Crime...
City University strikes are set to continue until tomorrow after UCU members overwhelmingly rejected Universities UK’s new pension offer. This has left hundreds of students without contact hours. Reviewed proposals “The offer wasn’t good enough so we’ve decided to return to...
Golden Lane Residents have labelled Islington councillors’ vote in favour of building a new school next to their estate ‘appalling’ as it nears final review. The scheme was approved despite more than 130 objections and claims from Golden Lane...
The owner of Oriental Food supermarket in Archway claims he needs to ask customers for ID to protect his own safety. But visitors to the shop feel like they are being judged based on the colour of their skin.
The head of City, University of London earns more than twice the salary of Islington’s council and health chiefs, Islington Now can exclusively reveal. An analysis of the University's audited accounts has allowed Islington Now to outline for the first...