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Junior doctors across north London have rejected new contracts proposed by the government in a referendum.

Six months after the Match4Lara campaign went viral around the world, Lara marks 100 days since her life-saving transplant and vows to help others suffering with blood cancer.

Born “profoundly deaf” Hope Dennis defied expectation to learn to hear and speak and live the life of a “normal five-year-old”.

Police have increased patrols in Hampstead Garden Suburb and have launched an appeal after a spate of robberies.

A cannabis factory has been discovered on Finchley Road after bailiffs forced entry into a disused restaurant.

The fourth man arrested in connection with the murdering a father-of-two in Camden has been released on bail.

A fourth arrest has been made in connection with the stabbing of a father-of-two in Camden.

Barnet Council has responded to announcements that library workers will be going on strike for three days in protest of cuts to jobs.

Whittington hospital bosses are pressing ahead with plans to partner with an external company as part of the site’s redevelopment programme.

Barnet library workers have gained the support of shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, as they prepare for a three day strike in protest of council cuts.

New designs for a children’s hospice supporting families in Haringey, Barnet and Camden have been revealed.

A man was left needing facial reconstruction after a group of men attacked him and his friend for accidentally spilling a drink on a woman.

Two men have been arrested in on suspicion of murder after a “loving father-of-two” from Holloway was stabbed to death in Camden on Sunday.

A gardener is at the centre of confusion after she dug up what was thought to be an unexploded World War Two bomb – causing large parts of Hampstead to be evacuated.

Barnet police are appealing for information after a couple in their 60s were robbed in their own home in Hampstead Garden Suburb.

A Hampstead mum has joined force with MPs to campaign for a change in maternity leave legislation for parents of premature babies.

A daughter is urging hospitals to prioritise dementia care after her 90-year-old mother had a “traumatic” experience at the Whittington.

An estate agent vandalised a car outside court after he was forced to hand over £3,000 to a recruitment manager in fees and fines.

Huge crowds gathered in Highgate for a “bittersweet” goodbye to a well-loved community shop after 30 years of business.

A mother-of-three found stabbed to death in her flat in Belsize Park has been named locally as Maria Mbombo.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was stabbed to death in Belsize Park this morning.

A documentary about The Royal Free Hospital’s eating disorder clinic and school has been made to highlight adolescent mental health problems.

Highgate residents are holding a street party to honour the closure of a much-loved shop that is the “hub of the community”.

Police are searching for a “missing and vulnerable” retired bus conductor with links to Golders Green and Highgate.

Police are searching for a 48-year-old man from Camden who has not been seen for over a week.

Around 4000 people were evacuated and London Fire Brigade called to the British Museum after a light fitting overheated.

On her last day as cabinet member for adult health and social services, councillor Sally Gimson has spoken of her disappointment after board members voted to close the Margaret Pyke Centre.

The fate of Camden’s much-loved Margaret Pyke Centre has been sealed as board members unanimously vote to close down the centre and transfer services to the Mortimer Market centre,

London mayoral candidate, Sophie Walker, has made a formal complaint against Barnet Council after scores of voters were turned away from ballot boxes across the borough.

The Royal Free NHS Trust has defended its decision to share the medical records of 1.6 million patients with Google whilst piloting a new healthcare application.

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