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A man in his 60s has died after a fire at a ground floor flat in Alexandra Place, St John’s Wood this morning.

Boris Johnson will be visiting Iran this weekend, and will push to get West Hampstead mum Nazanin freed from prison.

Hampstead lawyer Jessica Learmond Criqui writes a letter on the situation regarding ‘disappeared’ Arman bin Quasem in Bangladesh

Six Camden Tories were running for charity rather than for office last weekend, as they raised over £1500 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

A St. John’s Wood fund manager is attempting to recreate a daring Second World War commando raid in France, 75 years on, to raise awareness for some armed forces charities.

A Finchley man has appeared in court accused of plotting to assassinate the Prime Minister Theresa May in a bomb and knife attack on Downing Street.

The Camden Society’s Mill Lane Garden Centre has branched out into selling Christmas trees in aid of the charity this festive period.

A Winter festival and lights switch-on got Christmas underway in Primrose Hill.

Hampstead Community Centre will be celebrating their fortieth anniversary this weekend, with a special market.

A couple with a baby told today how they narrowly cheated death after escaping from their smoke-filled top floor flat during the fatal fire in Daleham Gardens.

A group of Camden Conservative santas will be without their sleighs as they take on the annual Santa Dash on Clapham Common on December 3.

Questions have been asked whether the tragic death of a woman in a fire in Hampstead this morning could have been prevented if Belsize Fire Station was still open.

The emergency evacuation of the Chalcots Estate and subsequent repairs have cost taxpayers £31million, it has been revealed.

A woman murdered in Muswell Hill last week has been named, as the police are urging anybody who saw her on Wednesday 15 or Thursday 16 November to get in touch.

Customers and traders are celebrating after Alexandra Palace have done a u-turn on the number of hot food stalls at the weekly farmers’ market.

There was the famous tabloid story of a man spotting the face of Jesus in his Kit-Kat.

Camden Council has refused to install laundry facilities at a temporary accommodation block for families with residents complaining that some of them were being forced to spend £30-a-week on laundry.

A concert for Crisis at Christmas is set to take place at St Pancras Church on Saturday.

Angry Alexandra Palace market users and stall holders have expressed their concern over changes to stalls at the award-winning market, meaning there are now fewer hot food stalls than before.

St Stephen’s Trust has said that plans to build a new Royal Free hospital immunology ward are far from complete, and still pose a serious risk to the future of grade-I listed St Stephen’s Church, and Hampstead Hill School.

Jailed West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe has been rushed from her prison cell to hospital in Iran facing a Cancer scare.

Hampstead is set to be lit up with two Christmas fairs this festive season, with both the Hampstead Village Christmas Fair, and the Marie Curie Hospice Christmas event taking place.

A Conservative activist has been suspended from the party after a tirade towards Labour campaigners during the Gospel Oak by-election results.

North London will fall silent to remember those who have given their lives at war, with events being held across Camden, Haringey and Barnet on Remembrance Sunday (November 12).

A second café has been attacked by moped thieves, just a day after robbers smashed the windows of Gail’s Bakery in Highgate.

Muswell Hill residents have spoken of their anger after travellers have been dumping tonnes of rubbish at the former Coppetts Wood Hospital site.

Hampstead remain campaigner Alistair Campbell said that Brexit could be reversed due to the extent the world’s changed since the referendum, at an Open Britain event in Hampstead on Thursday.

The family of Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has attacked the foreign secretary after the jailed British-Iranian was dragged back to court following Boris Johnson mistakenly telling a group of MPs she was in Iran training journalists.

The Victorian house best known for being where Alan Bennett hosted a homeless woman for 15 years, a story made famous in the film ‘The Lady in the Van’, has been put up for sale.

Fireworks and paper lanterns are to be banned again on Primrose Hill on bonfire night, with the park closed from 9pm.

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