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Reimbursements for rental payments during the period Chalcots residents were out of their homes are being dealt with very slowly, private leaseholders and social tenants have complained.

Record results were achieved for the fourth year in a row by Quintin Kynaston’s sixth-formers.

An informal atmosphere and an emphasis on trips and extra-curricular activities were the key to success at a Golders Green school progressive independent school, according to staff.

The controversy over a Belsize Park tennis club’s lease echoes that of Queen’s Crescent Market, according to the former head of the association which ran it.

Police have released CCTV footage in an appeal to help identify a group of men following a violent robbery in East Finchley.

A butcher who attacked and raped a woman in Camden has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

The founder of a Hampstead charity has been awarded for his work with people affected by HIV.

A man has been charged with a double murder in Golders Green after two members of a well-known bakery-owning family were found stabbed to death in their home.

A ‘vain’ St. John’s Wood fraudster has been jailed for scamming his way to three top-of-the-range Ferraris.

A Belsize Park tennis club says an ongoing row with Camden council over its lease is threatening its existence as it struggles to secure funding with its future uncertain.

A six-week old baby has died at an address on Finchley Road in Hampstead.

Police were called to reports of a shooting in Maida Vale in the early hours last night - but it turned out the incident involved a BB gun rather than a firearm.

Hampstead boxer Dereck Chisora will no longer face an assault charge over an alleged fracas at a nightclub, a court has been told.

Chalcots residents have set up a crowdfunding page to pay for an independent building inspection amid continued fears over the towers’ fire safety.

A man has been attacked with a corrosive substance in West Hampstead in the area’s first acid attack,

Work has begun on the reconstruction of a beloved pub knocked down illegally by its owners.

Save Barnet Libraries campaigners are celebrating a small step towards victory after the culture secretary agreed to recognise their representations as a formal complaint – meaning the ministry will investigate the Council’s changes to library provision and could order them reversed.

Chalcots residents who feel their homes are not safe were left disappointed today when a judge ruled that Camden Council did not have to keep paying for a resident’s temporary accommodation.

Park-lovers were given the chance to express their affection for the abundant green spaces that adorn Hampstead and Highgate during Love Parks week.

The Chalcots towers are not safe for residents and building inspectors were wrong to sign off fire safety work, an independent expert has said.

A podiatrist who harassed a surgeon with 400 letters describing their fantasy marriage has been struck off the medical register.

East Finchley schoolchildren descended on Whitehall to protest against their loss of access to libraries in Barnet borough.

Two young thieves who terrorised women with a scooter-based crime spree have been locked up for a total of 15 years.

A jealous Hornsey man has been jailed for six years for beating his partner with a ceramic frying pan – because she sent a text message.

A Belsize Park tennis club says it fears its days are numbered as it believes Camden Council has earmarked the site for housing development.

Orthodox rabbis in St John’s Wood and Golders Green have called on their congregations to boycott Hampstead Jewish cultural centre JW3 in protest at the cultural centre’s promotion of ‘lifestyles and behaviours forbidden by the Torah’.

Police are appealing for help to find a missing Camden teen.

Chalk Farm tube station will be closed this weekend as work begins on replacing the station’s two lifts.

A former Belsize Park café and a former South End Green pub have been targeted by squatters amid a spate of attempted occupations of empty business premises.

A burglar who tried to force his way into a St John’s Wood house while the owner watched on has been jailed for a year.

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