Islington has the second-lowest HIV testing coverage of all London boroughs, data shows. Last year, just a third of people
A youth club in Islington was recognised by rapper Little Simz as instrumental to her success. The independent artist, real
Dirty Laundry at Islington’s The Hen and Chicken Theatre Bar review: An airing out of society’s insanity
Fresh off the back of a month-long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Meat and Two Veg returned to Islington with a
A barista from Islington has opened her own canalside coffee stall and named it after her labrador. Jessica Mehmet, 26,
Grassroots music venues have urged the chancellor to extend financial support for them beyond spring next year. The Music Venue
A two-year-old girl from Clerkenwell has won a prize in a photography competition with a picture she took in a
A theatre company from Bristol is putting on a play in Islington about an “unspeakably ugly” man who becomes beautiful.
An electric bike company has been criticised by Islington residents for the number of abandoned bikes left on pavements. Electric
Around 50 Islington residents gathered outside the Town Hall to protest against the demolition of Finsbury Leisure Centre, in a
Dogs and their owners came together over the weekend to celebrate King Charles III’s coronation in Arundel Square in Islington.
Holocaust Memorial Day is marked each year on 27 January, the date of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi