A woman has died in a blaze that tore through a block of flats in Hampstead in the early hours of this morning.
A popular pub in Tufnell Park which unexpectedly closed in September has reopened it doors following an extensive refurbishment.
The sun shone down on the Hampstead War Memorial as people marked Armistice Day with a two minute silence.
The owners of the Lord Palmerston have reassured customers the pub will open next month after refurbishment.
Neighbours fear for the future of a popular Tufnell Park pub after a scrawled notice announced it would be “closed until further notice”.
Security is to be tightened at a secondary school in Highgate after a boy was injured by an intruder armed with a knife.
A schoolboy and teacher are reported to have been injured when an intruder armed with a knife attacked pupils and staff at William Ellis School.
A scooter rider is in a critical condition following a collision with a car in Belsize Park.
A gust of wind in the early hours of this morning sent scaffolding on a church crashing onto residents’ cars in Gospel Oak in what the vicar has described as a “freak accident”.
Police have launched a fresh appeal into the murder of a Holocaust survivor found strangled to death in a hotel bedroom 45 years ago.
Anyone wishing for a roller coaster emotional ride at the Camden Fringe need go no further than the true life tale of a teenager who killed her sister in an alcohol-related drink/driving accident.
Police officers in Haringey have received 26 defibrillator units as part of the Met’s safety initiative with the London Ambulance Service (LAS).
A Crouch End teenager stabbed to death in Park Royal has been named by police.
Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a rape in Camden.
A 17-year-old moped rider was rushed to hospital after a police chase resulted in a crash in East Finchley.
Labour’s Marcus Boyland has become Camden’s newest councillor after comprehensively defeating his rivals in the Gospel Oak by-election – and bucking the national trend.
It will be a relief to many that a watering hole in St John’s Wood dating back more than 200 years will stand to serve another pint on May 2.
A secular memorial stands majestically in the centre of Golders Green a symbol of people’s desire to remember lives lost.
Two precious Torah scrolls have been stolen from a Rabbi’s “ransacked” house in Barnet, leaving a Hampstead Jewish community ‘in mourning’.
A cafe which gave away free food, drink and entertainment for a day has raised more than £1,650 for charity.
An empty car has been found precariously balancing on a brick roundabout installation in Camden.
Fire crews tackled a blaze that tore through a three-storey terraced house in Kentish Town.
On April 1 the resounding sounds of a “quiet drink” will echo around Hampstead as a group of rugby players return to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their club.
A community desperately trying to protect a Highgate nature reserve from traffic has slammed the council for offering developers a temporary licence to drive lorries over Parkland Walk.
Violent disorder with weapons in Queen’s Crescent has led to a dispersal zone authorisation.
A Hampstead artist became an internet sensation herself when she painted Olly the Jack Russell - who hit headlines for performing so badly at Crufts.
A mystery surrounds the future of a much-loved hippodrome in Golders Green after adverts authorising its sale were removed from the building.
Traders have been banned from selling or supplying their produce at a new farmers’ market launching in Muswell Hill this weekend because they are already signed up to one in Alexandra Palace.
A shop in Muswell Hill is giving away 300 hand-made cheeses to the first customers to step over its threshold on Saturday morning.
Floral tributes were being left at the former petrol station in Swain’s Lane where a man was tragically killed in an explosion as police investigated the cause of the blast.
One of London’s most popular animal welfare charities rolled out the red carpet for glamorous guests and their beloved pet dogs as their annual fundraiser returned.
An opportunity of a lifetime has arisen for media-savvy students at City of Westminster College and the College of North West London.
Education editor James Scott speaks to Sarah Creasey about life as headteacher of Parliament Hill School.
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