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Archway Bridge was the scene of a fifth suicide in three years this week. A 28-year-old man died after jumping from the bridge at around 12.30pm on Friday. The man, who was previously known to the police for anti-social behaviour,...
An Islington mother has blasted council officials after they ordered her to remove a memorial shrine dedicated to her son. Xavier Greenwood reports.
Residents of Finsbury Park are being invited to pick up free household items as part of a local re-use and repair project. Lara Williams reports.
Santiago Bell-Bradford is a Group Development and Volunteer Coordinator from Momentum. Source: Momentum A member of far-left pressure group Momentum has been selected as Labour candidate for councillor in Mildmay ward ahead of next year’s elections. Santiago Bell-Bradford, 25, son of...
A councillor has defended a controversial decision to approve planning permission for a film school in Highbury, despite criticism from secondary schools in the area. A battle Councillor Osh Gantly described the planning approval as a victory, saying that Islington Council...
There are 6,500 girls at risk of Female Genital Mutilation, according to the Met
Funds to help struggling businesses cope with rate rises have been criticised by the local business association as “too little and too late”. The scheme will share £8.59m from a £300m national pot among small local firms and pubs to...
Google has struck a £650m deal with Lendlease Construction to build its new London headquarters, a 10 storey structure set to tower over King’s Cross. The Europe-based branch of the company beat competition from the likes of Mace, Multiplex...
A data analyst grabbed the girl just moments before the would-be attackers were able to snatch her phone
The ‘Men’s Shed’ in Bunhill aims to bring together men who have lost confidence in later life.