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Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell CBE was a guest of honour at the JW3 annual fundraising dinner.

The lawyer of a barrister detained in Bangladesh has asked for an urgent meeting with MP Tulip Siddiq to help guarantee the safety of his young family.

The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has released this heartbreaking picture of his daughter Gabriella wearing a ‘freedom’ pinafore her mother has made for her with leftover wool in prison in Iran.

Police are investigating an allegation of common assault made by Tulip Siddiq against a Channel 4 film crew after they interviewed her at a rally in West Hampstead on Saturday.

Supporters of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe were reduced to tears at a rally in West Hampstead this morning when she joined the event on speakerphone from her Iranian jail.

A million first-time buyers are expected by the government to benefit from the stamp duty cut over the next five years - but experts have warned there could be unintended downsides for the housing market.

Survivors of a fatal blaze which ripped through a Hampstead block of flats killing a woman in her 30s have spoken of their terror as the fire spread.

Overground service will not be running from Camden Road to Stratford for a week during the Christmas period and on weekends into February while the Highbury Corner bridge is demolished.

West Hampstead actress Emma Thompson has joined the campaign calling for the release of West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who will have spent 600 days in jail on Thursday

Shocked neighbours paid tribute to a woman in her 50s found stabbed to death at her home in Muswell Hill.

The husband of jailed West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has urged foreign secretary Boris Johnson to escalate the government’s support for her as the “softly-softly” approach was not working.

Hampstead lawyer Jessica Learmond-Criqui, who led the Ham&High’s march to free Nazanin last December, writes an open letter to Boris Johnson

We are a group of clergy and faith representatives in Barnet that meet in each other’s centres to foster good inter-religious relations and promote community cohesion. Our interfaith forum is convened under the auspices of Interfaith Matters, a local registered charity, and meetings have been held regularly for almost three years.

Terrified customers fled into toilets to escape a moped gang who smashed through the front window of Gails bakery and snatched a laptop.

The trial of a man accused of stabbing his mother and sister to death in their Golders Green home has been delayed.

The body of a cat with its head and tail missing has been found in Golders Green sparking fears that the Croydon cat killer is at large in the area.

An encounter that I had four years ago has been on my mind a lot this week. A couple of local residents introduced themselves to me at JW3, the Jewish Community Centre on the Finchley Road that we’d opened a few weeks earlier.

Ever since the UK became one of the six parties to negotiate with Iran over its nuclear programme, the British Government – and the West as a whole - has been opening itself up to criticism that it is neglecting the issue of Tehran’s record of human rights abuses.

Last night I watched a play about the devastating story of West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe - who is spending her second year trapped in an Iranian jail cell falsely accused of being a spy.

The husband of a West Hampstead mum jailed in Iran has called on the British Government to take action as his wife was yesterday dragged back into court accused of new charges which could see her trapped in jail for another 16 years.

Chinese dissident Wang Yam who is serving a life sentence for the murder of reclusive author Mr Chappellow in his home in Downshire Hill, Hampstead has lost his long battle to overturn his conviction.

A man has been found guilty of robbing an 87-year-old artist who was left fighting for her life after the attack in her Camden home.

Local entrepreneurs behind voucher codes startup Pouch have been busy building on their success since appearing on Dragons Den in August.

Fishing has been suspended on all the Hampstead Heath ponds due to an outbreak of the KHV virus which affects carp.

The iconic Golders Green Hippodrome has been sold to an Islamic charity and will reopen as a Muslim community centre.

North London came to a standstill on the day of Princess Diana’s funeral twenty years ago as thousands lined the streets to watch her coffin 
pass through Swiss Cottage and Hampstead on its journey from Westminster Abbey to the Spencer family church at Althorp, in Northamptonshire.

A record number of anti-Semitic attacks have been recorded this year in Britain, with the highest number of incidents in the country being on our own doorstep in Barnet

As residents of the Chalcots estate demand an independent fire safety report into conditions inside the tower blocks, they invite the Ham&High inside to take a look.

Concerned Chalcots residents are consulting lawyers about the possibility of legal action against Camden Council over the sudden evacuation of their homes due to fire safety concerns.

A vicar has slammed “mindless” vandal who tagged a grave in The St Mary’s Tower remembrance garden in Hornsey Village.

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