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RESIDENTS in Canonbury have won their battle to stop developers building "brash" high-rise flats close to the Union Chapel - for now. Plans by Notting Hill Housing Association to build three blocks of up to seven storeys at 85 Canonbury...
The pop-up shop on Caledonian Road will sell clothes made by local designers and students from Central St Martin's
  NAPOLI football fans have pledged to raise money for repairs to an Islington pie shop attacked by its supporters. Fans of the Italian football club condemned the attack by 100 supporters on the Piebury Corner cafe on Holloway Road after...
A man was taken to hospital with head injuries after a fight on Upper Street in the early hours of Saturday morning.
New anti-social behaviour (ASB) telephone hotline launched by Islington Council.
Philip Hammond delivered the budget on Wednesday with a number of key changes that will affect Islington residents. Important changes include the sugar tax being set at 24p per litre for sweet drinks, a rise to £7.50 for the...
Pupils at a Finsbury Park school have beaten off local competition to grow the largest beanstalk, measuring over four metres. In an award ceremony on Friday morning Joe Swift, a Gardeners' World host, presented pupils at Pooles Park Primary with their prize,...
With Leona Lewis topping a poll as London’s most influential woman of the last 100 years, it’s good to see that Mary Wollstonecraft is at least getting some overdue attention.
The axle snapped off the stagecoach's wheel during the procession
An attempt by councillors to give limo drivers ASBOs has hit an obstacle – the council’s own legal department. At a meeting in December, councillors voted through a motion to handout ASBO to limos repeatedly clogging up the narrow...