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The Italian chain restaurant held two fancy dress days to raise cash and donated 25p for each dish sold
Transport for London (TfL) have finally swung their axe and will close Tufnell Park tube for nine months from June 2015. Despite a long protest campaign by locals to keep half the station open, TfL have insisted that full closure...
Ever wondered how many calories you burn while having sex? Thanks to one Islington resident and her lazy boyfriend, there’s now an easy way to find out: the Bedometer, an iPhone app that will make boring workouts a thing...
Traders from Angel’s Camden Passage face an anxious wait over their uncertain future, despite winning a Time Out Award last week. Alongside the market, which runs twice a week, Camden Passage is also lined with a number of independent shops,...
A much-needed toy shed has been rejected by the Highbury Fields Association at it's AGM on Monday night.
Jeremy Corbyn joined 300 demonstrators outside St Thomas’ to protest against Government healthcare reforms.
Islington's posh veneer means charity donations are going elsewhere
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...
It’s well-known among history buffs and the average TV viewer alike that the Borgias were the most notorious family of Renaissance Italy. Originally outsiders from Spain, they clawed their way to power by ruthlessly murdering anyone who got in...
A Hoxton music producer was jailed last week for falsely testifying in court that a rapper was guilty of attempted murder.