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25 Feb 2020
Islington Council has extended paid leave for staff members who are parents of premature babies and has been awarded Employer with Heart accreditation by The Smallest Things charity.
At the start of next month, Cllr Satnam Gill will become the new Executive Member for Finance and Performance at Islington Council, looking to implement the ambitious measures proposed in this year’s Budget.
19 Feb 2020
Islington is set to get its first Liveable Neighbourhood – which aims to cut traffic and boost walking and cycling – and to invest in an electric revolution for council vehicles.
17 Feb 2020
Husen Abdullahi from Samuel Rhodes School has been elected as the new Young Mayor, Muskan Khan as Deputy Young Mayor and Jessica Chukwu as the new Member for Youth Parliament.
12 Feb 2020
A new community force – Islington’s recycling champions – is taking action to help tackle the climate emergency.
11 Feb 2020
Islington Council yesterday (Monday 10 February) celebrated the huge achievements of more than 50 adult learners living in the borough at an award ceremony at the Town Hall.
10 Feb 2020
The work of Holloway’s firefighters is being recognised at a new free exhibition which provides a unique insight into the emergency workers’ unseen lives.
As part of its commitment to tackling the Environment and Climate Emergency, Islington has today (Monday, 10 February) become the first council in the UK to collect and publish air quality data at all primary and secondary schools in the borough.
06 Feb 2020
Islington Youth Council is helping to champion fairness and equality as two young people from Samuel Rhodes School have been elected for the first time.
05 Feb 2020
03 Feb 2020
Islington residents are invited to put their questions to Islington Council Leader Cllr Richard Watts and hear more about the council’s investment in a fairer Islington, at a public event on 11th February.
29 Jan 2020
The Institute of Physics has this week hosted the launch of a new and pioneering programme from Islington Council that will ensure that every child in the borough has 100 hours’ experience of the world of work by the time they are 16.