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Staff and Volunteers at Lumpy Hill Adventure Playground

Islington residents, businesses and community groups recognised in 20th Islington in Bloom

People across the borough have been recognised for their efforts to create a greener, healthier, more biodiverse borough for Islington in Bloom's 20th year.

Members of the JoyRiders cycling group on their bikes, in a park

Islington holds ‘Saddle and Sole’ festival to mark World Car Free Day

Islington Council is marking World Car Free Day by holding a festival of walking and cycling, as part of their ongoing efforts to create a greener, healthier borough. 

Carer Virginia Bovell is presented with her award by the Mayor of Islington and Cllr Janet Burgess

Islington carers celebrated at Dignity in Care Awards

Carers across the borough have been recognised for the enormous contribution they make to residents' lives and the community in the 10th annual Dignity in Care Awards.

Local people enjoying a pocket park. Two people are sitting on a bench, and another is walking past.

Your chance to shape greener, healthier, more welcoming streets in Mildmay

Islington Council is set to reimagine streets in Mildmay to create more inviting, inclusive, and environmentally-friendly spaces for all – and local people are being invited to have their say.   

Cllr Champion on her bike on Cycleway 38 North

Council to introduce network of dockless bike parking spaces

Islington Council is set to introduce a network of new dockless bike parking spaces, to help ensure that the borough’s pavements are more welcoming and easier to use.     

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Murder investigation in Islington - council Leader's statement

Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz, Leader of Islington Council, said: “I’m very deeply saddened that a man has lost his life in Islington today, following a stabbing.

Cllr Michelline Safi-Ngongo with students at Beacon High (L-R) Daniel, Giovanni, Yaseem and Prabhleen

Students celebrate strong GCSE exam results across Islington

Islington students have posted stronger results in their GCSE and other Key Stage 4 qualifications this year compared to 2019, despite the disruption and challenges the pandemic caused to their studies.

Caine, Shan-Jay, Keria, Taya, Ned, Alice, Dolapo, Noah, Cllr Heather, Sarah Callaghan, Cllr Safi Ngongo, Pablo, Jon Abbey, Bonniemaria and Bill - LSA-3

Students celebrate achievements in their A Level, vocational and technical courses on results day

Islington Council is celebrating the extraordinary achievements of A Level, vocational, and technical course students today as they receive their exam results.

Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz, Leader of Islington Council

Summer fun in Islington

Islington Council Leader Kaya Comer-Schwartz explains how whatever the weather, there is plenty for young people of all ages to do in our borough this summer

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Garden business scammers sentenced to prison for defrauding homeowner with £128,000 bill

Two fraudsters who charged more than £128,000 for building work that was valued at only £12,000 have been sentenced to a total of 6.5 years in prison following action from Islington Council’s Trading Standards and Legal Services Teams.

Cllr Paul Convery and Cllr Rowena Champion plant a tree at Barnard Park

Islington Council cuts pension fund emissions by 40% in just two years

Islington Council has cut direct carbon emissions from its pension fund by 40%, as it continues to strive to make its £1.7billion fund net-zero carbon by 2050 or earlier. 

Craft knife in plastic evidence bag

Shop ordered to pay £4050 for illegal tobacco finds and knife sale to 14-year-old

Value4Money has been ordered to pay £4050 after they were caught selling a knife to a 14-year-old by Islington Council’s Trading Standards team.