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Islington school learns lessons after ‘catastrophic exam results’

Cllr Paul Convery, a former governor at Copenhagen primary school

Cllr Paul Convery, a former governor at Copenhagen primary school

Copenhagen primary school

Published: 17 April, 2015
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Whittington Hospital’s maternity unit to get £20m refit

Published: 17 April, 2015

PLANS to expand the Whittington Hospital’s maternity unit are set to be approved by planning chiefs.

Church’s flats plans ‘just asset-stripping’ – neighbours oppose bid to build seven-storey tower

Artist’s impression of the church redevelopment

Artist’s impression of the church redevelopment. Below: Christian Wolmar, second left, and Roderik Gonggrijp, far left, with objectors

Christian Wolmar, second left, and Roderik Gonggrijp, far left, with objectors

Published: 17 April, 2015
by KOOS COUVÉE

Archway man sentenced to six years for dangerous driving death

Published: 17 April, 2015

AN Archway man has been jailed for six years for causing death by dangerous driving in Camden last year.

NHS debate turns rowdy at the Town Hall

Published: 17 April, 2015

THERE was a rowdy debate in the Town Hall on Tuesday as election candidates faced voters over the NHS.

‘We want to do justice to historic Clerkenwell courthouse,’ say Swedish brothers

how the Old Sessions House looked as a functioning courthouse

Above: how the Old Sessions House looked as a functioning courthouse. Below: Swedish brothers Oliver and Ted Grebelius are bringing the building back into use

Swedish brothers Oliver and Ted Grebelius

Published: 17 April, 2015
by KOOS COUVÉE

General election polls deadline looming

Published: 17 April, 2015

RESIDENTS have just a few more days to register to vote in the general election on May 7.

Politicians on stage for Sadler’s Wells grilling

Jay Kirton: ‘Youngsters feel outside the system’

Jay Kirton: ‘Youngsters feel outside the system’

Published: 17 April, 2015
by KOOS COUVÉE

‘It’s just not cricket’ cry over safety net as neighbours complain at loss of ‘a green oasis’

Cricketers beside one of the concrete bases they say make their pitch too small

Cricketers beside one of the concrete bases they say make their pitch too small. Below: Sandbags cover exposed foundation bolts

 Sandbags cover exposed foundation bolts

Published: 17 April, 2015
by AMY SMITH

‘NHS is like a mighty oak tree that’s having its roots cut’

Professor Allyson Pollock

Professor Allyson Pollock

Published: 17 April, 2015
by JOHN GULLIVER

Birthday cheer for women’s rights campaigner who blames Blair for privatisation of health service

Wendy Savage, front, at her birthday party

Wendy Savage, front, at her birthday party with, from left, Dr Kambiz Boomla, Peter Roderick, Clarissa Fabre and Allyson Pollock

Published: 17 April, 2015
by TOM FOOT