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VIDEO: UK’s largest performing arts horror festival returns to Islington

October 31, 20170

Shoutout to all horror fans out there! Still thinking of ways to make the most of the spookiest night of the year? Then you’re in for a special treat: the
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#MeToo: Islington residents share their views on sexual harassment

October 30, 20170

The long list of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein has led to the rise of the global #MeToo campaign on social media. American actress and activist Alyssa Milano called out
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How to ‘Halloween’ in Islington

October 29, 20170

Halloween is upon us. As ghouls and ghosts come out to play, Islington looks towards a weekend full of spookery. But for those of us running a bit late with
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Fear Not – Jeremy Corbyn’s Seat Is Safe

October 25, 20170

It was reported last week that the Independent Boundary Commission’s proposed boundary changes for UK constituencies would make Jeremy Corbyn’s seat vanish, as well as 49 others. The Government are
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10 Green Spaces You Must Visit in Islington

April 14, 20170

With the season of spring well underway, Chiara Fiorollo rounds up a collection of local green spaces sure to offer Islingtonites a relaxing, enviromentally-friendly afternoon out… Last year, Islington was
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Disability and Hate: The “Invisible Crime” Plaguing Islington & Hackney

December 16, 20160

With London having experienced a 20% increase in hate crime towards disabled people of late, local communities in Hackney and Islington are facing increasing challenges to tackle one of the
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Our Guide to Using London’s Night Tube Service This Christmas

December 16, 20160

With the Piccadilly Line set to become a 24-hour tube service today, Vera Mikusch provides all of the details you need to navigate London’s Night Tubes throughout the festive season…
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Opinion: How Islington Students Can Balance Academic and Outdoor Pursuits

December 15, 20160

Academic study and sporting pursuits are both important to many Londoners, but how can we combine the two? Chiara Fiorollo investigates…   Despite all of today’s technological innovations, the increase
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London Goes Stateside – How to Watch the US Presidential Election Live

November 7, 20160

Ahead of Judgement Day on November 8, St John Street News editor Tom Buxton reveals how to catch all of the action without booking the next flight to the USA…
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Review: Oil At Almeida Theatre

November 6, 20160

In the latest of her theatre reviews for St John Street News, Sofia Quaglia delivers her verdict on the Almeida’s complex but fascinating new production of ‘Oil’… It took Ella
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