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Twenty-five people, including eleven in Camden, have been charged with drugs offences after two-days of dawn raids in Camden, Islington, Brent and Lambeth.

Sardonic, sarcastic and funny are three of the words that have been used to describe the late-SOAS lecturer and King’s Cross local Prof Lawrence Saez, who died at the beginning of September.

“Zero-hours” critical care nurses at the Royal Free Trust are facing a pay cut that could set them back thousands of pounds a year, the Ham&High can reveal.

Ten Lib Dem councillors have called for the Royal Mail to ask customers their thoughts about the planned closure of the Muswell Hill delivery office.

Transport for London is trying to formally appeal the High Court’s decision to block CS11 – the controversial cycle route that would have ripped up the Swiss Cottage gyratory.

Sky Mobile has been accused of “social cleansing in an advert” after the Chalcots Estate, which was evacuated due to flammable cladding last year, was airbrushed out of a new advert for the Apple IPhone Xs.

They say today’s newspapers are tomorrow’s chip paper.

Nearly 20 people were arrested in a wave of early morning raids across north and south London, with drugs and cash seized linked to drug dealing and violence in Camden High Street, near Camden Lock Market.

These are pictures showing the final movements of a man who was found dead behind a takeaway in Golders Green on September 21.

“French” conmen in Hampstead targeting drivers at parking meters have struck again, stealing £3500 from a Highgate woman.

Mitzvah Day, the UK’s biggest faith-based day of social action, was launched in Parliament last week to a audience of MPs and peers.

The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has submitted its planning application to Westminster City Council to redevelop the historic Compton and Edrich stands at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Beauty brand GOSH donated £15,000 of cosmetics and beauty products to Marie Curie Hospice’s in Hampstead last week.

A former council candidate and a management consultant have been chosen to stand for the Green Party at the next general election.

A third-floor room was badly damaged in a fire in Golders Green on Saturday night.

“It stank. It smelt like the goat pen at London Zoo.”

Hampstead’s well-known ceramics workshop, Well Walk Pottery, has been made an Asset of Community Value (ACV), boosting hopes it will stay as a workshop despite its rumoured sale.

Pulses have been racing at a pilates class in Highgate Newtown Community Centre (HNCC) for some time.

A new GP super-surgery is to be set-up in Muswell Hill, merging three practices that fail to meet disability and equality laws.

St John’s Wood campaigners have had their fears allayed that a historic pub was going to be turned into a shisha bar, but asked for reassurance over the its future.

Highgate’s branch of Strada, the Italian eatery, is set to close this weekend, with the chain blaming high rents and business rates.

Nearly 500 people turned out on a warm autumnal afternoon on Hampstead Heath to vie to be crowned a champion conker player.

Camden Council has said it will keep the use of controversial weedkiller Glyphosate under review, but stopped short of vowing to ban it altogether.

The former co-owner of Air Studios has bid an “emotional goodbye” to the legendary venue after its sale – with the buyer thought to be the Russian owner of Premier League club AFC Bournemouth.

Competitors will be hoping for a clean strike as the UK’s largest annual conker championships return to the Heath on Sunday.

A replica knife from the film Rambo First Blood Part 2 has been found outside a Camden secondary school during a knife sweep by the Met.

The world-famous Monty Python and travel documentary star Michael Palin has said he hopes the Phoenix doesn’t lose “its particular charm and independence” when it’s taken over by Curzon Cinemas.

A Muswell Hill mum has shared her anger at parents temporarily moving into the area to jump the queue for school places, as Haringey Council says it is investigating four cases of school application fraud.

The Heath and Hampstead Society has opposed plans to move a free school into the old Hampstead Police Station – even though the applicants have halved the number of pupils they hope to attract.

A new council housing block in St Pancras has been named after a late Camden councillor.

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