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A 188 square feet Barnsbury flat that is one fifth the size of an average home has sold for more than £275,000 after three weeks on the market. The converted flower shop is located on Richmond Avenue, in Barnsbury, a...
A CENTURY-OLD shop front wrecked by council building contractors remains unrepaired despite being damaged five years ago. Cracks in the stone and glass of the exterior of Medcalf Bar, the last remaining original frontage in Exmouth Market, appeared in June...
The owner of a dog stolen on Caledonian Road last week has pleaded with thieves to return his beloved pet. Jessie, a male tan-coloured Staffordshire bull terrier, was last seen being pushed into the back of a car outside the...
Britain's first ever atheist church is in full swing in Islington
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,...
Bright yellow polystyrene figures hanging off objects have appeared in Hornsey Road over the past few days. Islington Now tracked down the artist and asked him what it was all about. ‘Kit’ has been an artist for about 25 years,...
A vital community centre in one of the country’s most deprived areas is set to close due to  funding cuts, Islington Now has learned. Staff at the Andover Community Centre (ACC), which has served residents of the Andover, Six Acres...
It started with a leaked letter. The North Central London Service and Organisation Review had drawn up a plan to improve hospital services, which meant closing the Whittington Hospital’s A&E department. According to documents seen by the Defend the Whittington...
An attempt by councillors to give limo drivers ASBOs has hit an obstacle – the council’s own legal department. At a meeting in December, councillors voted through a motion to handout ASBO to limos repeatedly clogging up the narrow...
Meet the duo behind the blue plaques and treehouses placed across Islington