Labour puts glossy mags before old people

by Terry Stacy on 11 April, 2011

Islington Labour councillors have voted to put glossy council magazines and propaganda before saving a vital bus service for Islington’s old people. At the last meeting of the council, Clerkenwell Labour councillors refused to back a Liberal Democrat move to save the PlusBus service from being axed.  The bus currently serves Claremont Square, Cruikshank Street, […]

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Three Corners centre opens – better than ever

by Terry Stacy on 3 March, 2010

A brand new £2.4 million centre has been opened at Three Corners Adventure Playground, offering something for the whole community. It gives the existing adventure playground a permanent building for the first time, replacing the portacabins that have housed the youth club since the original cabin burned down in a fire several years ago. The […]

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Islington racks up cycle stands

by Terry Stacy on 9 December, 2009

The Council has installed 350 new cycle racks in the last year – putting Islington streets ahead of other London Boroughs in providing safe places for people to lock their bikes. Locally, new bike stands have been put in on Clerkenwell Close, Amwell Street, Exmouth Market, Goswell Road, Myddleton Street, Hardwick Street, Green Terrace, Tysoe […]

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