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Hero rescues young girl from moped maniacs

A data analyst grabbed the girl just moments before the would-be attackers were able to snatch her phone

Soaring rent claims Clerkenwell newsagent

A Clerkenwell newsagent has closed after rent shot up by over 50 percent. Squires News on St. John Street shut on 24 October after the...

6 coffee shops that you’ll love in Islington

From third-wave artisanal coffee roasteries, to traditional Austrian cafés, coffee is the blood that runs through Islington's veins. When it gets to 2PM and your...

6 pubs in Angel that we love

Imbued with the mission of discovering the best places for craft beer and real ales in Angel, our reporters Ashley Kirk and Keila Guimaraes went...

The 5 best quirky cafés in Islington

From Mexican Wahaca canapés to Turkish delights in Antepliler, Basil-infused pizzerias at La Porchetto to the aromas of Thai Square, Islington is hardly short...

Fire response time increase reignites political fallout over Clerkenwell fire station...

Fire engine response times have increased across Islington this year, reigniting the political fallout following the closure of Clerkenwell fire station in January. The figures,...

Locals angry at Mount Pleasant redevelopment

Clerkenwell residents have reacted angrily to  redevelopment plans on the Mount Pleasant sorting office site, expressing concerns about the lack of affordable housing. Boris Johnson approved the...

Bored with your business? Hybrid is the way to go

LilyMaila marries two seemingly divergent businesses of coffee and hair. A cafe and a salon in one, it proves small businesses can thrive if they break away from traditional models.

6 Best Days Out in Islington

If you’re planning a day out in Islington, the chances are that you'll be overwhelmed with the wealth of opportunities in the borough. We at Islington...

Clerkenwell Green ready to re-launch

Clerkenwell Green is to undergo a series of redevelopments to make it more pedestrian-centred. Architect Brian Q Love, of Love Architecture who drew-up the plans, wanted to create a “big space with little elements to discover within”.