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Fr Howard James at St John the Evangelist says a mystery thief carries a screwdriver when he visits the church
Compare Islington's under-18 conception rates with neighbouring boroughs
Traffic jams cause frustrated drivers to take matters into their own hands, reportedly throwing road signs onto the pavement last Saturday night. Transport for London confirmed that Wharfdale road was closed off for the weekend as work was underway to...
Benefit system 'scapegoats people on benefits'
Islington's Paralympic spirit is dampened with confusion over and cuts to disability benefits
A theatre troupe of recent care-leavers will begin a month-long run of a play about the experience of leaving care on Wednesday, performing in the carpark under Smithfield Market. The Big House, a theatre company and charity based in Mildmay...
Kate Dixon - victim (Picture: Metropolitan Police) A jealous lover who stabbed to death his Town Hall chief ex-girlfriend, after she met her new partner on an Oxbridge graduate dating site, was sent down for life yesterday. Jonathan Tebbs, 46, was...
A raised section of the cycle path to Moorfields Eye Hospital will be removed, following criticism from the visually-impaired. The cycle lane on New North Road has led to concern from local campaign groups after being raised to pavement level. Islington...
After seven years in genesis, the new King's Cross concourse will open next week. Here's a sneak peek