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    Islington in north London has the highest proportion of singletons in England and Wales, with 60% of the area's population having never been married.The overall single population increased by five percentage points between the 2001 and 2011 Census, new analysis shows. That means over a third (35%) of the population of England and Wales has never been married. The Office for National Statistics[...]

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    The town hall will spend £1million on create the borough's first "liveable neighbourhood" - and wants to replicate the project all over Islington in the coming years.Islington Council has announced an extra 10.2million to finance a raft of capital investment proposals for it's 2020-2021 budget.The draft budget includes £1.5 million towards a new substation and high voltage National Grid [...]

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    Mitzie Clarke celebrated reaching triple digits with a party at her Brunswick Estate home of six decades, in Tompion Street just off St John Street. And she revealed the secret to long life is a daily diet of broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. "It's just a birthday," Mitzie told the Gazette. "It's just 100 years. I never thought I would get there to be honest," she chuckled. "I have never been a [...]

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    First residents at Islington Square have now moved into their apartments. The development by Cain International in association with Galliard Homes has also reached a construction milestone with Block A now complete.The 4.5 acre mixed-use development is now 75% built and is set for completion in Quarter Four 2019. The apartments at Islington Square have proven popular with almost 70% now sold. [...]

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    Islington Labour councillors are celebrating reading during Islington Reads Week (26 February -; 4 March), as well as the Council keeping open all libraries in the borough, with a wide range of activities.From library reading sessions to a booklist celebrating female authors, there is plenty to keep bibliophiles entertained and encourage more local people to read for pleasure. Islington’s [...]

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