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Cyclists are being forced to pay more per year to store their bikes than it costs some motorists to park their cars, it has emerged. Islington residents pay £104 a year to use council-owned bike hangars, which fit six...
Islington parking is now highly profitable, and local campaigners are asking the council where the money is going.
The stress of buying the perfect present for Mother’s Day can leave even the strongest of us a shivering wreck. Have we spent enough on our dear beloved? Have we bought her something she has clearly expressed dislike for in...
In November, a fleet of over 400 brightly coloured dockless bikes from two rival Chinese companies – Mobike and Ofo – descended upon the streets of Islington. The borough is the first to allow two dockless bike firms to...
Islington is the second most treacherous borough for motorists, after the City of London, according to a new analysis of road accident data. The analysis shows that there are 313 motor accidents per 100 million miles driven on Islington's dangerous...
Thousands of Islington residents have been left without water this week, after freezing conditions burst at least 15 major water pipes across the borough. Parts of Angel, Finsbury Park, Tollington and Upper Holloway have been affected, with many buildings...
The Duchess of Cambridge delighted unsuspecting onlookers as she officially opened the new Islington headquarters of a children’s mental health charity. Children’s charity Place2Be provides emotional support training and counselling for students, families and teachers across 300 schools nationwide, including...
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) this week met with representatives of Universities UK (UUK), in the middle of what is now the most severe strike action ever witnessed on Britain’s campuses. Across the country UCU members...
More people than ever before are taking up netball in Islington with men joining a traditionally women’s game as leagues across the borough bring in new ladies and mixed teams. Gap in the market Playnetball, founded ten years ago by Steve...
There are 6,500 girls at risk of Female Genital Mutilation, according to the Met