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Islington Tribune: Royal Humane Society award for policeman, who’s quick thinking saved life of man

July 6, 2012


Islington Tribune A POLICEMAN’S quick thinking when a man collapsed in Holloway has been recognised with a national award. Sergeant Mick Jackson’s fast reactions saved a man’s life after his heart stopped twice in Holloway Road in July, 2010. He was presented with a Royal Humane Society award for his actions at an awards ceremony […]

Islington Tribune: John Massey disappears from Pentonville Prison after rope trick

June 29, 2012


Islington Tribune BRITAIN’s longest-serving prisoner, who has been described as an old-school criminal, is now on the run after staging an old-school breakout from Pentonville Prison on Wednesday. It is believed he scaled the wall with a makeshift rope ladder. John Massey, 64, from Kentish Town, is a convicted murderer but he has gained some  […]

Islington Tribune: Retired Canonbury woman’s cash is rescued from recycling bins

April 13, 2012


Islington Tribune MARGARET Bacon couldn’t believe it when she realised she had inadvertently thrown an envelope with £55 cash inside it out with the rubbish. The retired Canonbury woman immediately rushed out of her home in Southgate Road to try and retrieve the envelope – but to her horror it had been already been collected […]