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Almshouses, gardens and cobbled courtyards – brothers open gates to historic home

Above and below, behind the Charterhouse walls

Above and below, behind the Charterhouse walls

Above and below, behind the Charterhouse walls

Published: 6 February, 2017
by JOE COOPER

Mother calls for ‘thorough investigation’ into death of son killed in crash during police chase

Lewis Johnson. Right, in his Crystal Palace kit

Lewis Johnson. Right, in his Crystal Palace kit

Published: 6 February, 2017
by KOOS COUVÉE

FORUM: Islington residents could be demonised by Trump’s discriminatory travel ban

Emily Thornberry

Emily Thornberry, MP for Islington South and Finsbury and Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary

Published: 6 February, 2017
by EMILY THORNBERRY 

IN Islington, 36 per cent of residents were born outside the UK, double the national average. 

Apologetic Thames Water boss warns that £5m pipe replacement work will mean four months of traffic disruption

Bob Collington at the Business Design Centre

Bob Collington at the Business Design Centre

Flashback to the mains burst

Flashback to the mains burst

Published: 6 February, 2017
by KOOS COUVÉE

On Holocaust Memorial Day, death camps survivor tells pupils: ‘The future is up to you’

Gena Turgel speaking at Islington Assembly Hall

Gena Turgel speaking at Islington Assembly Hall

Kaya Comer-Schwartz and Jeremy Corbyn

Kaya Comer-Schwartz and Jeremy Corbyn

Published: 6 February, 2017
by JOE COOPER

News agency’s ‘sorry’ over Finsbury Park Mosque ‘terrorism’ allegations

Mohammed Kozbar

Mohammed Kozbar, chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque, below. Photo: Salim Fadhley

Finsbury Park Mosque

Published: 6 February, 2017
by KOOS COUVÉE 

OBITUARY: Tributes are paid to Michelle Lovell – the beating heart of Highbury Barn

Above: Michelle, centre, with her family, Sarah, Andy and Katie

Above: Michelle, centre, with her family, Sarah, Andy and Katie; and, below, with Andy

Michelle with Andy

Published: 3 February, 2017
by JOE COOPER

TRIBUTES have been paid to a woman described as the “beating heart of Highbury Barn”.

Woman is jailed after trying to smuggle a knife and drugs into Pentonville prison

Dave Todd, Prison Officers Association representative for London and Kent. Right

Dave Todd, Prison Officers Association representative for London and Kent. Right: Sharne Kiely

Published: 3 February, 2017
by KOOS COUVÉE 

I fell off... and it hurt, ex-headteacher blogs after shock departure

Former Highbury Grove head Tom Sher­­­r­ington: ‘People have reached out and I n

Former Highbury Grove head Tom Sher­­­r­ington: ‘People have reached out and I now know that I’m one of hundreds’

Gino, café legend who served up coffee and kindness, dies aged 80

Gino Miserotti

Above: Gino Miserotti. Below: Mr Miserotti with his brother Tino at Bistro Laz, formerly  the San Siro café

Mr Miserotti with his brother Tino at Bistro Laz, formerly  the San Siro café

Published: 3 February, 2017
by DAN CARRIER

Upper Street tapas bar that was like ‘a drunken youth club’ is sold to neighbouring restaurant

Canas Y Tapas on Upper Street. Picture: Google Streetview

Canas Y Tapas on Upper Street. Picture: Google Streetview

Published: 3 February, 2017
by JOE COOPER

NHS campaigners’ fury as private firms net £2m from secret cuts plan

Ex-chief executive of NHS London Dame Ruth Carnall and, right, Shirley Franklin,

Ex-chief executive of NHS London Dame Ruth Carnall and, right, Shirley Franklin, of Defend Whittington Hospital Coalition

NEWS IN BRIEF: ‘Brawls’ at Upper Street tapas bar

Published: 27 January, 2017

AN Upper Street tapas bar could be stripped of its licence next week after a number of brawls.

Curry kids are hot talents in the kitchen!

Yeabsera, aged seven, and sister Yanet, eight, pealing garlic

Yeabsera, aged seven, and sister Yanet, eight, pealing garlic

Noah, aged five, and sister Aldana, seven, chopping vegetables

Noah, aged five, and sister Aldana, seven, chopping vegetables

Published: 27 January, 2017

Islington MP Thornberry on Brexit: ‘We can’t block Article 50’

Emily Thornberry

Emily Thornberry: ‘In my view it would be a grave mistake for Labour to try to get in the way of triggering Article 50’

Islington councillor is cleared of assaulting his wife after three-day trial

Jean-Roger Kaseki

Jean-Roger Kaseki was today (Friday) found not guilty following a three-day trial at Blackfriars Crown Court

Published: 27 January, 2017
by KOOS COUVÉE