Naturists are campaigning this summer to be able to enjoy the Heath and will be carrying out informal polls to gauge public opinion.

A philanthropist and former refugee has urged the next government to ensure the safe passage of thousands more children, as he shared a stage with two Syrian refugees.

Actor Tom Conti has confirmed his support for the campaign for Hampstead to gain autonomy from Camden Council as it ‘should be responsible for its own affairs.’

The woman was living in Haringey and is believed to have been working as a sex worker in north London.

A leading violinist has spoken of her “huge relief” at being reunited with her 317-year-old violin, just in time for her performance at the Belsize Music Festival.

The Department of Health’s data sharing guardian believes the transfer of 1.6million patient records was not ‘legally appropriate’.

A Primrose Hill café owner told how her dog was snatched, adding to concerns that pets are being targeted by gangs locally.

Health reporter Anna Behrmann joins hospital staff in donning virtual reality goggles to see the world through the eyes of a dementia patient.

The charity celebrated a record-breaking fundraising year for their annual Bark Off, with comedian and patron Alan Carr as chief judge.

Heath bosses have officially agreed a new three-year contract for the Parliament Hill café, after the public revolted against multi-million pound chain Benugo taking over.

The live music venue is offering gig-goers a chance to wine, dine and sleep in the same hotel as their idols after seeing them perform.

The money raised through the annual charity boxing match, sponsored by the Ham&High Property, will make a huge difference to the lives of vulnerable children and adults.

The award-winning radio documentary presenter on walking the same terrain as William Blake, travelling through time to see The Who at The Hippodrome, and why Golders Green is facing the biggest changes since the Edwardian era.

Concerned parents and residents are determined to make the threat of toxic air a local election issue, as figures reveal that almost 55 per cent of schools in Hampstead are exposed to toxic fumes.

Four fire engines and around 20 firefighters and officers were called to a fire at an office block which is undergoing refurbishment on West Heath Road in Hampstead.

The Royal Free alone is spending hundreds of thousands of pounds to treat patients, some undergoing chemotherapy, at Hampstead’s Premier Inn, amid concerns about patient care and ‘chronic underfunding’.

The retired rock band manager is taking heavy metal band Iron Maiden to court, on behalf of the original author of a haunting melody about life after death.

The daughter of West Hampstead mum Nazanin, who has lived with her Iranian grandparents since her mother’s arrest, might come home.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information after a young man, in his teens or early twenties, was stabbed in the afternoon.

A mum told how her dog was almost snatched on Hampstead High Street while she was walking with her son by a group of three men with a white van who appeared to be working together.

A grief-stricken widow has won permission for a second inquest for her motorcyclist husband who died after being chased by the police through the streets in Camden in 1997, as she believes the original investigation was “deeply flawed.”

Temple Fortune entrepreneur Shauna Kelly, who left MasterChef before the semi-final, on being followed around Waitrose, cooking in other people’s homes, and contestants cutting themselves on sharp knives.

The vicar, who was the second in the country to marry his partner, said the Church is now perceived as less ethical than wider society as it directly discriminates against gay people.

The struggle for the marginal parliamentary seat of Hornsey and Wood Green has kicked off – with Labour MP Catherine West and Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Dawn Barnes fighting over the key issue of Brexit.

The parliamentary candidate is pleased that ex-MP David Ward has been sacked as a Lib Dem election candidate after accusing “the Jews” of atrocities against the Palestinians.

A new action group urges residents to make their views known on “the most significant re-landscaping of the Golders Green neighbourhood since its creation” – with new houses and shops and the demolition of the Clock Tower War Memorial proposed.

The suspect exposed himself to two women after asking them for directions to the nearest toilets and started to perform a sex act.

The creperie, which attracts celebrity customers such as Kate Moss and Harry Styles, could close as the owner is being forced to pay back the majority of a £15,000 electricity bill which he believes he could not have run up

The Conservatives have selected their parliamentary candidate to contest Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, in one of the most marginal constituencies in the country.

Police have thanked the press and public for their help after finding a 39-year-old woman who was missing from Marylebone and last seen at the Golders Green Parish Church on February 12.


Often one of the most daunting parts of going through a divorce or separation is knowing what steps to take first and how to deal with financial issues which arise. Here, Jessica Palmer of Streathers Solicitors in Hampstead, offers answers to commonly asked questions

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