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What a difference a year makes. Despite Jack Wilshere’s ankle ligament strain at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night after he attempted to block a Danny Drinkwater cross during the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg, the future looks bright for the talented Arsenal midfielder who turned 26 on New Year’s Day. A fay cry from this time 12 months ago as he watched from the stands as Arsenal played Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.

Brazil winger Malcom is generating a lot of transfer talk, and his latest social media post has only served to fuel speculation.

A cracking late goal from Hector Bellerin rescued a point for Arsenal after Marcos Alonso looked to have won the game for visitors Chelsea with an 85 minute finish.

These are the themes and plants predicted to dominate in the coming 12 months, writes Hannah Stephenson.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright created so many happy memories for fans across the planet, but he also upset the club’s loyal supporters in Australia this week by comments on Twitter – prompting them to raise the money for his airfare Down Under so he can experience their passion first-hand.

A photography competition showcasing the beauty of Hampstead Heath has received more than 1,000 entries.

The Mayor of London issued a rallying call to young people across the capital today as he launched a new anti-knife campaign saying: ‘Don’t carry a knife, we need you alive’.

Gabrielle Fagan speaks to those-in-the-know and reveals their top tips and wallpaper trend predictions for next year

From bruising and stubble on Lee Harvey Oswald’s face, to the vivid red of the Russian flag flying over the Reichstag, or the turquoise of Bikini Atoll beneath a mushroom cloud, a new book transforms some of history’s most evocative images into colour

Twin Peaks superfan Lindsey Bowden has founded the UK’s only official festival and recreated surreal locations from the fictional town in Hornsey Town Hall

Mayhew are searching for the most photogenic pet to star on the front cover of their spring magazine, to mark World Animal Day.

The annual celebration of all things design has taken the capital by storm this September. Make sure not to miss the last weekend before the festival closes its doors on Sunday.

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has slammed Arsene Wenger for loaning out Jack Wilshere to Saturday’s opponents Bournemouth last term.

Bored of traditional yoga? There’s a world beyond your well-worn Argos yoga mat, and it’s a world of disco lights, hip hop tunes and ultra-challenging weights

Top three ideas for kids’ rooms

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Play with the decor to reflect their personalities and transform a bedroom into an adventure wonderland.

Your guide to all the things to do in Crouch End, including the best shops, cafes, pubs and schools. PLUS our guide to property in N8

You can dazzle your guests with just a few delicate touches. Gabrielle Fagan drills the experts for their top decorating flourishes.

Increase the value and appeal of your home with an external revamp.

The MP wants to do away with stamp duty and tear down tower blocks like Grenfell, but his ideas are a distraction from the housing crisis

With the Premier League season nearly upon us today sees the return of our popular series Friday Fanzone where we quiz loyal Gooners about their views on all things Arsenal. Read on for Pierre Hertin from the Sweden Arsenal supporters club and their banner, an Arsenal trophy prompting his first taste of alcohol – and the best answer we’ve had so far to ‘what’s your biggest scrape as a fan’...

Arsenal won the Emirates Cup despite a 2-1 loss at home to Sevilla on Sunday.

Unsettled Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has posted a selfie on his Instagram account in which he claims to be ‘sick’.

In a much needed re-evaluation of Modernist architecture, Ornament is Crime celebrates the enduring architectural legacy of the last century. Frankie Crossley speaks to co-author Matt Gibberd.

George Michael fans gathered outside the star’s home in The Grove, Highgate, to mark what would have been his fifty-fourth birthday on Sunday.

Over half of ‘iGen’ renters are willing to pay more rent for access to a swimming pool, with 63 per cent willing to pay for a cleaner

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