10.3 C
London
Friday, November 16, 2018
Home News Page 76

News

It took four police officers to control a disabled woman after she became violent and abusive. The fracas took place at 2am in an Islington Police station, Highbury Corner Magistrates Court heard this week. Natalie Coulson, who lives on...
Shocking new figures released to Islington Now reveal that almost a fifth of five-bed houses owned by Islington Council have only one person in occupation. Housing shortages in the capital mean that one in five of London's children are living...
A community theatre which provides children on the Packington Estate with professional training is to be demolished to make way for a new housing development. Its founder, Reima Baker, is concerned that the theatre will have to close permanently if...
A war of words has broken out between Islington politicians, with allegations of "smears," "dirty tricks" and "paranoia" as the local and general elections draw near. Disagreements between Labour and Liberal Democrat politicians are threatening to divert attention from important...
A human skull discovered underneath a primary school playground last month may lead to a missing person's investigation, an Islington policeman has revealed. Detective Inspector Trevor Borley, one of the first on the scene when the skull was unearthed, said...