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Highgate’s Liberal Democrat councillor Liz Morris responds to the recent attack on Gail’s bakery.

Next year marks the 100-year anniversary since women won the right to vote.

More than three months on from the sudden evacuation of the Chalcots towers, we are still waiting for the council to release all the information residents need to help inform the promised ‘independent review’ of what went wrong.

After years of uncertainty and decay, there is finally an opportunity to guarantee the restoration of Hornsey Town Hall with a proposal to install an arts centre plus new restaurants and cafes for the public to enjoy this amazing building.

Lawyer Hamish Hunter is standing as a Conservative candidate for Hampstead Town ward in next year’s local elections. He campaigns and volunteers locally. Here he explains what makes Hampstead so special.

In-work poverty at a record high; child poverty rising; living standards stagnating as inflation outstrips wages; energy bills sky-rocketing; 20,000 fewer police officers on the street; draconian cuts to the education budget; accelerating student debt; NHS in crisis; social mobility in reverse.

As the two and a half minute standing ovation for Jeremy Corbyn’s Brighton speech subsided, delegates were left with much to celebrate and more to ponder.

As ever, it has been a fascinating conference, catching up with our Camden Conservative friends and even those from the other side! Yes, the other side was there and they seemed to be enjoying themselves.

With moped enabled crimes on the increase, Frognal and Fitzjohns Safer Neighbourhood Panel chair Jessica Learmond-Criqui calls for powers over police financing to be taken away from government.

Poet William Blake, perhaps the most famous member of the Druid Order, wrote, “I have conversed with the spiritual sun. I saw him on Primrose Hill.”

A baker who spent 45 years running one of the most popular bakeries in London has announced he is handing over the keys to his son.

John Horder, the hugging poet, passed away in his sleep on Wednesday, July 5.

Every green space that can be saved from concrete and desolation must be celebrated, writes Hampstead solicitor Jessica Learmond-Criqui.

The former leader of Camden Council was left bleeding when moped thieves tried to grab her phone but she bravely fought back.

Damian Pullen who died unexpectedly on June 26 was a well-known figure in North West London.

Hundreds of revellers attended the 45th annual Jester Festival celebrations over the weekend.

As well as being a best-selling novelist Tracy Chevalier has another talent - making patchwork quilts.

Jessica Learmond-Criqui, of Hampstead, NW3, writes:

Read a Hampstead resident’s letter which will be delivered to Downing Street and the Foreign Office by Hampstead parents today to reach the Grand Ayatollah

A trainee journalist from Kentish Town Road writes about why she feels compelled to travel to a refugee camp in Greece, to distribute bananas

David Cole takes a photo of the Heath every day before he dives into the icy waters of the Men’s Pond

They are raising money for children in rural India with a day of yoga, meditation and well-being.

A charity that provides clothes, toys, books and equipment for babies and children up to the age of five is set to arrive next year

One of the Heath’s last remaining male swans has died in a tragic flight accident.

Circuses that use animals on Hampstead Heath are to be reconsidered after a petition with more than 10,000 signatures was handed to Heath managers.

Planners threw out an application to stack six phone masts on the roof of a block of flats on Lawn Road

A rescue dog who was knocked down by a car the day before he was due to be adopted has been saved by an eleventh-hour donation.

A colourful idea is flowering to transform a neglected patch of land in Kentish Town into a jewel of a garden for GP patients and the community

Singer Ms Dynamite paid moving tribute to her old performing arts college in Belsize Park as a paving stone was unveiled in her honour

Opportunistic burglars are taking ladders from outside homes and using them to climb into neighbouring houses with unlocked windows, police have warned

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