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Residents should not expect hospitals to be responsible for recognising their health ailments, a GP told campaigners against the Whittington’s A&E closure at a public meeting on Thursday.
David Miliband, the foreign secretary, has come out in favour of free school meals for all Islington primary school children.
Islington, which last month took itself to court over a parking ticket, has won a prize at the 2010 British Parking Awards.
Twilight superfans had an unexpected treat when Robert Pattinson made a surprise appearance at an Islington gig.
Last week’s murder of Jessie Wright shocked the community. While friends and family continue to mourn, the tragic incident has far-reaching repercussions for the whole of Islington.
Our resident political pundit Tom Brooks-Pollock takes a look at the major issues in Islington running up to the election.
A man was taken to hospital with head injuries after a fight on Upper Street in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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...
Two young Somali men who set up a support group to help their fellow countrymen in Islington were honoured at the Mayor’s Civic Awards.
Murdered teenager Jessie Wright has had her online memorial page hijacked by cyber bullies.Tributes to Jessie on social networking site Facebook have been accompanied by sick comments posted by people who often did not even know her. Friends set up...