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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...
Islington Boat Club, the only water based activity centre in the borough, launched a fleet of 11 new sailing boats last Thursday. The boats, costing a total of £15,000 were gifted to the club by development company Mount Anvil, the...
A celebratory volunteering effort will encourage locals to help with ecology around the Regent's Canal.
Islington council has spent over £3m making nearly 250 people redundant over the last three years, Islington Now can reveal.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to “keep his promises” to Islington and continue his weekly surgeries in his constituency. The Labour Leader, who had just returned from Labour’s annual Party Conference in Brighton, pledged to remain a "local champion" as he...
The People's Plaque awards is to celebrate Islington's famous people and places
Holloway Prison's population rose by a fifth last year while the amount of prison service money spent on the facility shrunk 3 per cent
Holloway Road records its first crime related injury in three years
The Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Islington South and Finsbury has attacked the borough’s private landlords and highlighted its “appalling” housing inequality. Charlie Kiss, 49, called for lower rental rates across Islington on Wednesday and said he would “make as...
Bunhill's 'pioneering' new power plant is seriously flawed, with many resident's homes actually left without heating